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President Anastasiades: Friday’s Meeting with Akinci Important in Setting Foundation for ‘Territorial adjustment and...

The President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades said his forthcoming meeting on Friday with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci will be very important with regards...

Eurobank Board Chairman Appointed Head of ‘Hellenic Advisory Board’

The South East European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX)at St Antony's College at Oxford University, decided to establish a Hellenic Advisory Board appointing Nikolaos Karamouzis...

Greece Hiring Spree for Hundreds of Teachers to Teach Refugee Children

The average amount of time that refugee children have been out of school is a year and a half, according to Save the Children NPO. The...

Turkey Calls Back from Greece Officials Monitoring Refugee Flow

Ankara has called back Turkish officials who were on Greek islands to monitor the readmission of illegal migrants to Turkey as per the agreement...

Lesvos: Locals Struggle to Survive as Tourism Suffers from Refugee Crisis

As more than 500,000 migrants have taken refuge in Europe in 2016 alone, it is no wonder that hotspot areas for entry into the...

New Bill Allows Unlimited Spending on Trips of Top Greek Government Officials

A new amendment voted by the ruling coalition says that when a top government official travels, all accompanying parties will be staying at the...

SYRIZA vs SYRIZA on Issue of Occupation of Vacant Buildings

The evacuation of three Thessaloniki buildings that had been occupied by anarchists has caused a reaction within the SYRIZA ruling party that in turn...

Silent Grief for 18-year-old Muslim Boy Shot in Munich

Silent grief and mourning filled the Rodopi village of Aratos on Wednesday, where the body of 18-year-old Hussein Daiyicik returned for the last time...

Nobody Listening to PM’s ‘Pompous Pronouncements,’ ND’s Koumoutsakos Says

The countdown for Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his government had begun and nothing that he says or does will now be able...

Unsafe Water Pollution Levels Found at 4 Attica Beaches

Swimmers should be cautious when selecting a beach of which to take a swim in the Attica region, representatives from Greece’s National Center for...

Cash Transactions Falling While Greeks Use Credit Cards Causing Retail Food Prices to Rise

For decades now it is an undisputed fact that in Greece, cash is king. People have been using cash across the country to cut better...

Olympiakos Fans Jeer Their Team in Disappointment of 0-0 Match Against Hapoel

Olympiakos fans were anything but happy with their team during Wednesday's match against Israeli champion Hapoel Beer Sheva, which resulted in a 0-0 draw. The...