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Lockheed Martin’s Upgrade Program of Greek F-16 Fighter Jets to Start Monday

The upgrade program for 85 Greek Air Force F-16 fighter jets to the Block 70/72 Viper standard will be formally launched on Monday, Lockheed...

Athens Ranks 13th Most Expensive Capital in Europe (graph)

Athens ranks in 13th place on the list of the most expensive capitals of the 48 European countries, according to Wanderu, a travel search...

8 Great Benefactors Who Shaped Modern Greece

From Aristotle to Theodoros Kolokotronis and from Alexander the Great to Ioannis Kapodistrias, Greek history has focused mainly on the emblematic ancient figures and...

Stelios Kazantzidis: The Voice of Post-War, Poverty-Stricken Greece

The voice of Stelios Kazantzidis -- who died on September 14, 2001 -- was the voice that contained all the pain and desires of...

OECD: Unemployment in Greece Affects University and High School Graduates Alike

Despite the fact that unemployment in Greece has decreased to 19 percent, it continues to affect university and high school graduates alike, the newest...

Athens-Washington Discuss New U.S. Army Base on Greece’s Karpathos

Greece and the United States are in deliberations over the establishment of a U.S. Army base on Karpathos island in the Dodecanese. According to an...

More than 60,000 Properties in Greece are in Airbnb-like Platforms

More than 60,000 residential properties in Greece are listed on short-term lease platforms, like Airbnb, the president of the Hellenic Hoteliers Federation said this...

Refugee Children Attending Greek Schools for the Third Consecutive Year

The school bell rang for the third consecutive year on Tuesday for child refugees who are attending Greek public schools. Last year, more than 8,000 child...

Has Alexis Tsipras Put an End to Anti-Americanism in Greece?

It was early 2015 when Greece's first leftist government was making a clandestine attempt to find economic allies in Russia and China in an...

‘Zorba the Greek’ to be Revived at Panathenaic Stadium (video)

"Zorba the Greek" is to be brought to life again in a spectacular ballet performance by the dancers of the Sofia Opera Ballet, the...

Creditors Begin the First Post-Bailout Audits in Greece

Representatives of Greece's international creditors -- the European Union and the International Monetary Fund -- arrived in Athens on Monday for the scheduled audits...

EBRD to Invest Further in Greece and FYROM Following Agreement Over Naming Dispute

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) expects its investments in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Greece to rise significantly after...

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