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The Greek farmers unions have decided to intensify blockades during the weekend and for an indefinite period of time, while tractors filled the main...

Thousands of Greek farmers in Thessaloniki who were protesting against the Syriza-led government’s plans for pension reform experienced police brutality under Greece's first ever leftist...

Greece will be honoring the memories of thousands of Greek Jews killed by Nazis during World War II, the government announced on Wednesday. The government...

A few days ago Belgium called for 300,000 refugee camps to be built in Greece. Now Greek Minister of Immigration Policy Giannis Mouzalas says...

The Greek parliament will honor the Greek Jewish victims and survivors of the holocaust during a ceremony on January 27, International Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is...

Despite spending a lifetime in captivity in Thessaloniki's zoo, the brown bears Sasha and Alexandra have managed to adapt beautifully to a life closer...

On January 19, 1953, Eleni Skoura was the first woman elected in Greece's parliament, beating another female candidate. Born Eleni Papachristou in Volos in 1896,...

"Debating comes home" was the slogan of the World Universities Debating Championship (WUDC), which took place in Thessaloniki, Greece, between December 27, 2015 and...

The City of Athens has made a crucial step in opening the way for the establishment of crematoria in Greece by issuing an invitation...

Two law students from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) claimed the first spot in one of the categories of the World Universities Debating...

It is technically feasible to maintain archaeological finds unearthed during the prolonged excavations for a new metro in the northern city of Thessaloniki and...

The National Weather Service warned that temperatures will drop significantly in the next 24 hours, in Greece, with sleet and wind expected for most...