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On Monday morning, the police finally managed to catch the infamous "Tsaki Tsan," a mobster that has been charged with a series of felonies...

Greek farmers unanimously decided to move their protests to Athens, according to farmer representatives from 68 roadblocks across Greece. According to the representatives, the...

While walking around Athens, people might easily see the ‘dark side’ of the city. The crisis, the homeless, and the trash present in many...

The Athens stock market experienced losses following the first meeting between Greek government officials and the country’s creditors, especially since there were no news...

Makeshift petrol bombs were thrown outside the house of Greek State Minister Alekos Flabouraris in downtown Exarchia, Athens, by a group of unknown assailants,...

The issue of 'evicting' any member-state from the Schengen area was neither raised nor discussed, European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos...

The 1,500-year-old history of Hagia Sophia, the iconic world cultural heritage site and the most spectacular Orthodox cathedral in eastern Christendom, is showcased in a...

In an historic day for the gay and lesbian community in Greece, Athens Mayor Kaminis signed on Monday the country's first same gender civil...

While the rich at Davos are imagining ways to make the world even more unequal and German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble demands from the...

The Greek National Opera's production of Giacomo Puccini's famous "Madama Butterfly" had its opening night in Athens on Sunday, with performances to continue at...

Starting from the first photograph ever taken in Greece, in 1839, a panorama of photographic and three-dimensional images from the 19th and 20th century will...

A burial site containing an unusually well-preserved horse skeleton, intact even down to the hooves, was among the findings discovered during landscaping works around...