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Mitsotakis Interview: Over-taxation in Greece is Surreal

Main opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis is in Strasbourg, where he had meetings with leaders of the European People's Party (EPP), his New Democracy party's...

Thousands Gather in Crete to Honor Dutch Coach Eugene Gerards

Thousands of football fans gathered at Iraklio football ground on Monday to honor 77-year-old Dutchman Eugene Gerards, who coached OFI Crete from 1985 to...

Kensho on Mykonos Voted “World’s Best Boutique Hotel”

Kensho Boutique Hotel & Suites on Mykonos won the World Best Boutique Hotel Award at a London event. The five-star boutique hotel; which is located...

Student Halls at Thessaloniki University Left to Rot (photos, video)

Students at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki warn of a health hazards, as photos emerge of their halls of residence depicting a picture of complete...

Greek Defence Minister Accepts Responsibility for Anarchists’ Invasion at Ministry

National Defense Minister Panos Kammenos said that he takes full political responsibility for the invasion of members of anarchist group Rubicon in his ministry...

Metsovo: Lakes, Ski Resorts and Bears

Metsovo is a renowned mountainside town straddling the Pindus mountain range where Epirus converges with western Macedonia and Thessaly. Standing at an altitude of 1,156...

Leaders of Cyprus, Greece, and Egypt Vow to be “Pillars of Regional Stability”

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in a meeting with Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades on Tuesday, stressed that both countries constitute pillars of stability in...

Greeks Believe Social Dividend Comes from Overtaxing, Says New Poll

The vast majority of Greeks believe that the surplus revenue the government is giving out as a social dividend is the result of over...

First Snow of the Season Falls on Parnitha Mountain

With temperatures dropping rapidly throughout Greece, the first snow of the season appeared on Parnitha mountain, north of the Greek capital. Footage from video cameras...

Four in Ten Children in Greece are at Risk of Poverty

Four in ten children in Greece under the age of 17 face the threat of poverty, says a Eurostat study on Poverty and Social Exclusion,...

Chios Island: Six Migrants Charged for Stealing Vegetables from Greenhouse

Six migrants who broke into a greenhouse on the island of Chios to steal vegetables, were charged with a felony and a misdemeanor by...

Angry Migrants Vandalize Facilities at Moria Camp in Lesvos (photos)

The offices of Moria refugee processing center on Lesvos suffered extensive damage on Sunday night, as a result of migrants rioting. According to reports, the migrants...

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