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Former French President Reveals 2015 Phone Call Which Prevented Grexit

Meeting President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos in Athens on Thursday, former French President Francois Hollande referred to the Pavlopoulos' important role during...

Greece Sees Its First Snowfall of the Season

Parts of central Greece were covered by snow on Friday, the first of the season. The mountainous villages around Trikala in Thessaly were the first...

ExxonMobil Vessel Begins Drilling Off Cyprus

The Cyprus government announced Friday that ExxonMobil has started drilling at an offshore oilfield inside the island’s exclusive economic zone. Energy Minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis made...

Angry Crowd Bars SYRIZA Delegation from Athens Polytechnic (video)

A delegation from the governing SYRIZA party, including prominent ministers, was prevented by leftist groups from laying a wreath at the Athens Polytechnic Memorial...

Nations League: Greece’s Win Too Little, Too Late (video)

Greece beat Finland 1-0 in Athens on Thursday, but it was not enough to avert Greece’s elimination from the Nations League competition. It was...

Has a Missing Piece of the Ancient Antikythera Machine Been Found?

Archaeologists believe that they may have found the missing piece of the Antikythera Mechanism, the fantastically complicated, advanced analog "computer" unearthed in 1901 from a...

Mandra, One Year Later: Greek Town Still Awaits Anti-Flood Works

A year after deadly floods hit the town of Mandra, in western Attica, residents are still waiting for the promised anti-flood works to be...

Turkish Cypriots Mark 35th Anniversary of Independence

Turkish military jets flew over the the Cypriot capital of Nicosia shortly after midday on Thursday to mark the 35th anniversary of the Unilateral...

Spectacular Video of Thick Fog Rolling In Over Greece’s Ioannina

A timelapse video captured the city of Ioannina in northwestern Greece gradually being blanketed by a thick layer of fog on Monday. The city and...

Greek Fire Victim Out of Intensive Care 78 Days After Inferno

Dimitris Philippis, the last remaining victim of the deadly fire in the Greek resort of Mati, was discharged from the intensive care unit of...

Greek Public Sector Workers on Strike Over Pay, Pensions

The largest union representing public sector employees in Greece has called for a 24-hour strike on Wednesday. ADEDY, which represents about half a million public...

Former Greek PM’s Bank Accounts Under Scrutiny

Former Prime Minister of Greece Kostas Simitis welcomed the decision by anti money-laundering authorities to open his bank accounts, saying on Wednesday that he...

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