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Untold Story: Italian Regime Spied on Residents of Dodecanese

Bureaucratic certificates, such as permits and authorizations, as well as confidential reports, records of personal habits, political views and much more: the Fascist regime...

Bad Weather in Greece Causes Blackouts

Many areas in Athens, Greece are without electricity today, due to the abrupt weather change and the strong winds that started Monday evening. In Piraeus,...

Mother Faces Deportation after Losing her Child

A mother from Serbia, who lost her 13 year-old daughter a few days ago had to not only face the tragic death of her...

Poll Shows Greek Pessimism Grows

Greeks buried under 3 1/2 years of austerity measures said they've essentially given up on any hope life will get better and are growing...

Seven Charged With Keeping Slave Labor

In yet another sordid story of immigrants being exploited, five Greeks and two Romanians have been arrested on charges of forcing 60 Romanians brought...

Greece Still EU’s Most Corrupt

The 2013 ratings of 177 countries by the Berlin-based NGO Transparency International (TI) released on Dec. 3 showed that Greece is still the most...

Mitsotakis and Stournaras Bump Heads Over Taxation of Greeks

On Monday, the Greek Administrative Reform Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, said that he disagrees with the statements of the Greek Minister of Finances, Yiannis Stournaras...

FT: Grexit or Bankruptcy for Greece Within the Next 4 Years

The Financial Times made a shocking prediction concerning Greece. While analyzing the sustainability plan of the German government that derived from the coalition between...

Missing Climbers at Mount Olympus are Safe

Three climbers who had gone missing on Mount Olympus on Sunday were said to be safe and well on Monday. A search for the...

100 Years Since Crete’s Union with Greece

The 100th anniversary of Crete’s Union with Greece was celebrated yesterday with the hoisting of the Greek flag over the historic fortress Firka in...

Greek Universities at a Stalemate

New developments suggest that there is a high probability that the academic semester of the Universities of Athens will be lost. The administrative employees...

Scandals in the Greek Church Go Public

There are serious concerns within the church after a sudden outburst of scandalous reports started circulating in the press and on the internet. Scandals...

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