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The Young Musician who Died Trying to Cross the Aegean

When 22-year-old Baris Yagzi’s family heard of a vessel carrying migrants sinking in the Aegean on April 23, they worried that he was on...

Greece Strikes Bittersweet Deal With Creditors Hoping for Debt Relief

The Greek government has reached an initial deal with the country's international lenders from Europe and the International Monetary Fund regarding the second review of...

Pitella to be Declared Honorary Citizen of Athens

The president of the S&D Group in the European Parliament, Gianni Pittella, will be declared honorary citizen of Athens on Friday. He will also...

Greek Government: ‘We are Officially in the Fake News Era’

"We are officially in the era of fake news. This time, with the signature of Reuters. It is a pity," the press office of...

PM Tsipras: Europe Needs New Vision and Specific Agenda for Change

"What Europe needs is new vision and a specific agenda for change," said Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday upon his arrival at the EU...

Pierre Moscovici: Discussion on Debt Relief to Start After Summer

European Parliament Vice-President and SYRIZA MEP Dimitris Papadimoulis on Tuesday asked EU Commissioner Pierre Moscovici and European Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis whether they are...

Kapa Research: 55.7% of Greeks Support Policy of Welcoming Refugees in the Country

More than half of Greeks (55.7%) support the policy of welcoming refugees in the country, according to a poll conducted by Kapa Research on...

U.S. State Department Issues European Travel Alert to Summer Tourists

Just hours after the French president, François Hollande, announced that France has extended its state of emergency in fear of further terrorist attacks, the U.S. State...

Police Dismantle International Human Trafficking Network in Greece

An international human trafficking ring forging travel documents and trafficking migrants from Greece to other European countries was dismantled in a joint operation between...

PwC Report: Greece’s High Tax Rates Not Reflected in Revenues

Greece's tax system has very high taxation rates that fail to bring in proportionately high revenues, even though the "tax behavior" of its citizens...

REFUGE: Documentary Shot in Greece Chronicles Human Stories from the European Refugee Crisis [video]

"Refuge" is a multimedia project by creative firm Magna Carta, and chronicles human stories from the European Refugee Crisis. Shot on location in Greece...

Government Announces Auction For the Sale of Four Nationwide TV Licenses

The government announced an auction for the sale of four nationwide, digital TV licenses on Friday, with a starting bid of three million euros...

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