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The Joint Declaration of February 11, 2014 remains the basis for negotiations in Cyprus, says Espen Barth Eide, the UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser in...

Since the start of the crisis, Greeks have withdrawn many billions of euros from the nation’s banks and nearly all of them do not...

The number of deaths resulting from car crashes in Greece reaches 1,600 while over 20,000 were injured last year. On a daily basis, five people...

Greece is once again at the center of today’s Eurogroup in Brussels as there is urgent need to examine the course of negotiation talks...

Athens Stock Exchange continued its week-long steep slide today as the general index fell 1.8% to 441 units, while halfway through the day it...

Jens Stoltenberg, the NATO secretary-general, said on Thursday the warships, now under German command, are ordered into the Aegean Sea to conduct naval patrols...

  "The government is making big efforts and by the end of the month, I estimate that five hot spots will be working in the...

The Secretariat General for Media and Communication organized the event “The Man behind the image” in honor of the multi-award winning photojournalist Yannis Behrakis. Behrakis, has...

Greece's unemployment rate dropped slightly to 24.6 percent in November, down from an upwardly revised 24.7 percent in October, says the Hellenic Statistical Authority...

Four Greek firms won their golden ticket to the final phase of the European Business Awards competition, in which they will compete for the...

The Athens Concert Hall, known locally as the “Megaron,” the foremost major arts center in the country, has come under state ownership after the...

A 65-year-old man who was considered by Greek police as one of the masters of financial crime in Greece, was arrested on Tuesday. The man...