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Crete: Locals Rescue and ‘Baptize’ Dolphin

Members of a Greek Orthodox Church in Crete unofficially baptized a dolphin that was found nearly dead at a local beach. The animal was named Anastasis (the word...

Recognition Of Foreign University, Private College Degrees

From now on foreign university and private college graduates in Greece will have the same professional rights as Greek university graduates. Until now, non-Greek university...

Famous Greek Actor Arrested for Debts to IKA

The famous Greek actor and director of the National Theater of Northern Greece, Yannis Vouros, was arrested for debts to the social insurance fund,...

Greek Farmers’ Markets Employees Protest… With Their Underwear

Greek agricultural producers and merchants who sell their produce at weekly street markets organized all across Greece, held earlier on Monday an original and...

Tsipras to Miss European Commission Candidates’ Debate

The first of four debates between the four candidates for the presidency of the European Commission will take place in Maastricht Monday, and is...

FT: Paper Prosperity and the Lost Generation of Greeks

"How long will it take for Greece or Spain to reach pre-crisis levels of employment? Ten years would be an optimistic guess. It may...

Businessman Murdered in Alexandroupoli, Northern Greece

A 63-year old local businessman was robbed and murdered by two people early on April 28, outside his house in Alexandroupoli, Northern Greece. According to...

Papandreou Perplexed By DIMAR Book Launch Flap

"What's all the fuss?" was former prime minister George Papandreou's stance when he appeared at a book launch for a member of the Democratic...

Bust of Alexander the Great Found in Cyprus

A second three-aisled basilica was brought to light by archaeologists on the site of Katalymmata ton Plakoton, of the Akrotiri peninsula, in Cyprus. Excavations by...

Average Unemployment Duration Hits Nine Months

Guy Ryder, the director-general of the International Labor Organization, will present a report on the Greek job market in Parliament on Tuesday, during a joint session...

New Emergency Shelters to Be Built in Greece

New shelters for the protection of citizens against war, terrorist attacks and natural disasters are to be built in Greece as the old ones...

Now Spiliotopoulos Supports Mosque – Out of Athens’ Center

  Reeling from a backlash of criticism, New Democracy’s candidate for Athens Mayor, Aris Spiliotopoulos, said he now backs plans to create a mosque in...

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