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Greek Man Arrested for Mailing Bullets to Politicians

Greek counter-terrorist officers arrested a 55-year-old man on suspicion of sending bullets and threatening letters to ministers, lawmakers, bank governors and Muslim associations. According to...

Colombia Returns Stolen Hospital Equipment to Greece

Six of the sixteen pieces of medical equipment that were stolen from four hospitals in Greece were returned by the Colombian authorities on Wednesday. Among...

ECB Still Concerned Over Sustainability of Greek Debt

ECB board member Benoit Coeure fired a warning shot over the prospects of Greece joining the quantitative easing programme (QE), by saying that the...

U.S. Embassy in Athens Hosts Independence Day Reception

Prominent politicians, businessmen and members of the Greek American community attended the reception given by U.S. Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt‏ for Independence Day. The...

More than 14 Thousand Greek Businesses Go Bust in Last Six Months

Over the last six months, 14,198 enterprises closed down according to data released on Tuesday by the Greek General Business Registry. Although 16,479 new business...

Fireman, Politician, Manager: Diverse Careers of the Euro 2004 Heroes

Thirteen years ago, in the summer of 2004, Greek football fans all over the world experienced the ultimate dream as they watched in amazement...

13 Years Ago: How Greece Stunned the World to Win Euro 2004 (video)

July 4th marks the 13-year anniversary of one of the greatest shocks in the history of football. Unfancied Greece, to the surprise of pretty much...

Turkey’s FM: Occupying Troops Will Stay in Cyprus and May be Used

The Cyprus Conference which continues for a 7th day in Crans Montana, Switzerland is hanging on the balance. Despite official expressions of optimism, talks are...

Greek Foreign Minister Urges Caution on Cyprus Talks

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias criticized those who are in a hurry to create impressions at the Conference on Cyprus held in Crans Montana,...

UN Envoy Seeks to Restart Greece-FYROM Stalled Talks

A United Nations’ special envoy says he is “encouraged” by the stance of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) new government toward resolving...

Earthquake Victims of Lesvos Evicted From Temporary Accommodation

Almost 200 victims of the strong earthquake that jolted the Greek island of Lesvos on June 12, were forced to evacuate their temporary shelters. People...

Tsipras, Mitsotakis Clash in Parliament Over the Economy

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras defended the recent Eurogroup agreement and expressed optimism on the prospects for the economy during his speech at the Greek...

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