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Legendary Greek Battleship ‘G. Averof’ Returns to Permanent Base (video)

The historic ship "Georgios Averof" which served as the Greek flagship during most of the first half of the last century, arrived back at...

Tsipras Outlines His Version of a Greek ‘Success Story’ in TV Interview

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras had an optimistic message to Greeks saying that the worst is over and that the end of program in 2018...

Greek-Russian Businessman Ivan Savvidis Buys 3 Historic Newspapers

Dimera Company, owned by prominent businessman Ivan Savvidis, bought three Greek newspapers at an auction held at an Athens court. The Greek-Russian businessman, who among...

Russian Wanted by the FBI for Running Massive Laundering Ring Arrested in Greece

A Russian man was arrested in Chalkidiki, northern Greece, suspected by the U.S. authorities of running a multi-billion money laundering operation. According to Greek police,...

Greek Parliamentary Budget Office Says End of the Country’s Oversight Not in 2018

According to analysts at the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO), the road to normality for Greece will be long and all indicators point to the...

Cyprus Maronites Allowed to Return to the Occupied North

Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci announced on Wednesday that a decision had been made to allow Maronites to return to all their villages in...

Official Number of Asylum Seekers in Greece Rises to 62,407

The official number of asylum seekers in Greece came to 62,407 on Tuesday, according to data released on Wednesday by the Greek Defense Ministry’s...

Members of Anarchist Group Invade Greek Parliament’s Courtyard

More than a dozen members of the anarchist group Rubicon breached security and entered the courtyard of the Greek parliament. The group threw fliers and...

Greeks Know Very Little About their Consumer Rights

Greek consumers seem to know very little about their rights, as they rank last among European Union citizens, according to the 2017 Consumer Conditions...

Wall of Old Korydallos Women’s Prison Knocked Down to Create Park

The perimeter wall outside the Korydallos women's prison was demolished in the presence of Justice Minister Stavros Kontonis, local government officials and Piraeus-area MPs...

Frontex Vessel Rescues Refugees in the Sea Region of Kastellorizo

A Frontex vessel located and rescued 35 migrants and refugees on Tuesday, in a dinghy off the coasts of Ro islet near the island...

Workers in Greek Museums and Archaeological Sites Announce Strike for the Weekend

The federation of the Ministry of Culture employees (POE-YPPO) has announced a 48-hour strike for this weekend, and as a result museums and archaeological...

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