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Woman Who Lost Baby in Greek Wildfires Dies in Hospital

A woman who lost her six-month-old baby in Greece's worst ever wildfires last month died in hospital on Friday, the country's health ministry said. The...

Outcry as November 17 Killer Gets Transfer to Prison Farm

The decision by the Greek prison authorities to transfer November 17 hitman Dimitris Koufodinas to a prison farm near Volos in central Greece has...

Final Loan Installment to Greece ‘in the Coming Days’

The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) said in a press release on Thursday that Greece's fifth and final loan installment from its adjustment program will...

Remains of Greek Soldier Killed in Action 44 Years Ago Identified in Cyprus

The remains belonging to First Lieutenant Giorgos Papalambridis from Ioannina have been found and identified by the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus 44...

Government Accused of ‘Misleading’ Greeks as First Illegal Structure Demolished

As Greek authorities demolished a wall blocking access to the sea in their drive against illegal structures, Greece's main opposition has produced documents that...

The Day When the Peak of the ‘Mountain of Ancient Greek Gods’ was Conquered

Today marks the 105th anniversary of the first climbers to reach Mount Olympus’s highest peak, famed for its place in Greek mythology as home...

Greek Police Arrest Man Suspected of Arson in Marathon

Police arrested on Wednesday a 35 year-old man suspected of arson in the municipality of Marathon. The man has been accused of setting five fires...

Cyprus Concert Raises Over €100,000 for Fire Victims

More than €100,000 has so far been collected during the #StandByGreece campaign organised to help victims of last week’s devastating fire in Greece. The campaign...

Tourist Arrivals in Greece Up in June

Tourist arrivals travelling from air and road grew in June 2018 compared with the same month last year, Greek Tourism Confederation SETE said in...

Greece Plans to Demolish More Than 3,000 Illegal Buildings

The Greek government has vowed to demolish 3,185 illegal constructions, built in forests and along the coastline of Attica, following the deadly fire at...

Greece’s President Visits Fire-Stricken Town 10 Days After Disaster

President of the Republic Prokopios Pavlopoulos paid a visit to the fire-stricken areas of eastern Attica on Wednesday morning, talking with local residents and...

How Drivers Were Diverted Towards the Greek Inferno: “Fatal Mistake”

As Greece mourns dozens of deaths from the fire that devastated the resort of Mati and other areas east of Athens ten days ago,...

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