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Onassis: When Bankrupt Germany Greeted Him With Greek Flags

On March 15 1975, at the age of 69, Aristotle Onassis, one of the most famous Greeks in the world, passed away. His story is...

University Collaboration Between Greece and Germany

The presiding board of the Hellenic Universities Rectors' Synod met with representatives of German universities, in order to discuss the collaboration between Greek and...

4 of 10 Greeks Borrow Money to Pay Bills

The tough reality that hundreds of Greek households have to face due to the Greek Economic Crisis is depicted in a survey that was...

NGO Pro Asyl: “Greek Authorities Brutally Push Back Refugees”

According to NGO Pro Asyl, Greek authorities push back refugees who attempt to enter Greece illegally. This practice is against international laws and is...

Confidential Report on German War Reparations

The Sept 22 front page of the newspaper Realnews reveals a secret report issued by the General Accounting Office of Greece concerning Berlin’s debts...

Tsipras Will Meet ECB’s Asmussen

Alexis Tsipras, leader of Greece's major opposition party the Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) which is opposed to international bailouts and the austerity...

Meet the Best Paid Cretan in Germany

Today he is 82 years old, his name is Thodoris Lagoudakis and he comes from the region Pirouniana, Agia Varvara of Heraklion. He is...

Merkel Calls for Solution to Keep Greece in Eurozone

German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a solution to keep Greece from leaving the eurozone this autumn, the weekly Der Spiegel said in a...

Finance Ministry Calculating German War Reparations Bill

Greece’s Finance Ministry will calculate the country’s claim for World War II reparations against Germany, Deputy Finance Minister Christos Staikouras said. The General Accounting Office...

ILO Sees Big Jump in EU Jobless if Greece Leaves Euro

In an interview given to the Munich-based newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, Ekkehard Ernst, a top economist for the Swiss-based International Labour Organization (ILO,) predicted that...

Germany Will Veto Greek Aid if Reforms Fall Short

Germany will block any new aid to Greece if Athens does not fully comply with the terms of previous rescue packages, even if other...

Comedy Show ‘Sorry I am Greek’ Upsets German Director

Lakis Lazopoulos is on tour in Germany with sold-out performances, which apparently frustrates the Germans. The renowned comedian appeared on stage in Düsseldorf dressed up in...

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