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Moses Constantinis, Central Board of Jewish Communities Fmr. President, Passes Away

The Embassy of Israel in Greece announced the death of Moses Constantinis, former President of the Central Jewish Council of Greece (KIS), on Thursday....

First 100 Migrants Removed from Overcrowded Lesvos Camp (video)

The first 100 out of a total of 2,000 asylum seekers scheduled to be removed from the Moria refugee camp on Lesvos departed by...

Turkey: We Will Protect Our Rights by Any Means Necessary

Turkey warned Greece and Cyprus by announcing that it will protect its rights by any means necessary during Thursday's National Security Council chaired by...

Fraport Presents Plan for New Thessaloniki Airport (video)

German company Fraport, owner of "Macedonia", the Thessaloniki airport, presented the plan for the new airport during the foundation laying ceremony on Wednesday. The project...

Greece to Raise Minimum Wage First Time since 2009

The Greek government on Wednesday tabled to parliament a draft amendment to increase the minimum wage for the first time since 2009, when the...

Traditional Boat Regatta on Chios Impresses Spectators (video)

A unique traditional sailboat regatta was held during the weekend in the Lo Bay of the Vrontados village on Chios island. Eleven sailboats with a...

New Video Emerges of Devastating Greek Wildfire (video)

A new video documenting the spreading of the July 23rd Mati wildfire that killed 99 people and destroyed many homes was shown on Monday...

US Defense Secretary says Russia Trying to Obstruct Greece-FYROM Name Deal

US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis with FYROM Prime Minister Zoran Zaev U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that Russia is trying to interfere in FYROM...

Vulnerable Migrant Groups Must be Removed from Greek Island, MSF says

Greek authorities must remove children and other vulnerable groups from the Moria refugee camp on Lesvos as their physical and mental health is in...

September 18, 1834: Athens Becomes the Capital of Greece

When Athens was officially declared the capital of the newly established Greek State on September 18, 1834, it was a small village of 7,000...

Greece to Re-Examine Safety in 7 Famous Ionian Beaches

Seven famous beaches in the Ionian Sea will be researched by scientists in the shadow of last week's landslide at the Navagio Beach of...

First Underwater Gallery on Greek Island of Amorgos (video)

A unique art exhibition that takes place entirely underwater will be held September 19-22 in the deep, blue waters of the Greek island of...

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