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Patrick Mouratoglou: The Greek-French Tennis Coach Who Shot Tsitsipas to Fame

Patrick Mouratoglou is a 48-year-old Greek-French tennis coach who is advising some of the biggest tennis stars in the world, such as Serena Williams and...

Greece To Obtain Three State-of-the-Art Coastal Patrol Boats

Greece will soon obtain three state-of-the-art coastal patrol boats, with 90 percent of their funding coming from the E.U.'s Frontex border patrol agency. According to the...

Greek Environment Ministry To Distribute Reusable Bags To Elderly

The Greek Environmental Ministry will distribute free reusable bags to elderly people in February in a pilot program beginning in four cities across the...

Brexit Prompts Britain to Consider Registering Ferry Fleets in Cyprus

British ferry operators have been showing a great deal of interest lately in registering their vessels under the flag of Cyprus, Greek Deputy Minister...

Prespa Agreement Parliamentary Vote Expected on Thursday Night

The Parliamentary debate on the Prespa Agreement began on Wednesday morning, with the final vote projected to take place late Thursday night. As the state-run AMNA...

Tsipras Releases Video in Support of Prespa Agreement

The Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, uploaded a video on Monday evening on his personal Facebook page which shows his support of the Prespa...

Greece’s Public Debt on the Rise

Greece’s public debt reached €334.988 billion in the third quarter of 2018, an increase of €21.493 billion over that of the same quarter in...

Greek Start-Up Acquired By Chinese Giant Alibaba for €90 Million

A German-based Greek start-up company founded by Greek entrepreneur Kostas Tzoumas was bought by the gigantic Chinese company Alibaba earlier this month for approximately...

”Organized Plan To Invade Parliament” Averted

The Speaker of the Greek Parliament, Nikolaos Voutsis, declared on Monday that extremists had hatched an organized plan to invade the Greek Parliament during...

Seven People Charged in Sunday’s Riots in Athens

Six men and a woman who were arrested on Sunday’s clashes at Syntagma Square  were charged with two criminal offenses and six misdemeanors by the Athens...

Parliamentary Debate on Prespa Agreement To Last for Four Days

The council of the Greek parliament’s president decided on Monday that debate on the  Prespa Agreement will last for four days, beginning on Monday. The decision...

Greek PhD Graduates on the Decline

According to data published by Greece’s National Documentation Center on Friday, the number of PhDs issued by Greek universities has slightly declined compared to...

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