Greece Eyes Repeal of Immigrant Citizenship

As Greece continues a sweep of illegal aliens, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is proposing to eliminate a law that grants citizenship to immigrants, many...

Amnesty Says Greece’s Migrant Treatment Inhumane

Human rights group Amnesty International has blasted Greece’s treatment of immigrants and asylum seekers, joining in a chorus of criticism against an ongoing roundup...

Did The Earth’s Fumes Drive Pythian Prophecies?

"...neither her face nor hue went untransformed; Her breast heaved; Her wild heart grew large with passion. Taller to their eyes, sounding no longer...

Greek Inmate Dies Day Before Release

The dramatic story of a Greek inmate of the Corydallos Prison Complex in Athens has gone viral over the past few days with the...

Greece Says Qatar Eyes Defense Bid

Desperate for cash, Greece is reportedly going to get an offer from Qatar to take over troubled Greek defense companies as part of a...

Turkish Ship In Greek Waters Again

Greek officials said a Turkish ship, a corvette named Beykoz, entered Greek waters again, this time near Cape Sounion, not far from Athens' southern...

Greek Colleges Cut Courses 30%

Moving swiftly despite complaints, Greek Education Minister Constantinos Arvanitopoulos said the government would immediately implement plans to cut back the number of university departments...

Former Greek Minister’s Cars Bomb Targets

Two vehicles owned by former Defense Minister Yiannos Papantoniou, who is being investigated over claims made by a Greek newspaper that 12 military helicopters...

UN Says Greece’s Migrants In Abysmal Centers

Migrants in Greece face shocking conditions in detention centers and deepening hostility on the streets as the country goes through its worst economic crisis...

Greek Generals Fired Over PKK Book Airing

Greek Defense Minister Panos Panayotopulos has discharged the head of the War Museum and three other generals following the presentation of a book by...

Greece Will Keep Mandatory Military Service

Despite big cutbacks in defense spending during Greece's crushing economic crisis, “Military Service is and will remain mandatory,” National Defence Minister Panos Panagiotopoulos said...

Greek Student, 17, Invents Iron Glove for Disabled

A 17-year-old student has been awarded a special prize from UNICEF for his innovative invention for people with kinetic problems to the upper limps....

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