Tsipras Makes New Greek Cabinet Reshuffle to Appear More Open to the Center, Right

Tuesday's third cabinet reshuffle in three years shows that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is clutching at straws after a public outcry following the deadly...

Opinion: The Sound of Sirens and Failed States

July 20 and August 14, 1974 – mark a day of remembrance and a morbid recollection of Attila’s military invasion of Cyprus. This is...

Despite Government Celebrations, the Greek Crisis is Far from Over

It is official: Greece is exiting the third bailout program and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is calling on all citizens to celebrate the end...

Fire-Stricken Mati Residents Face Hardships

The fire-stricken residents of Mati struggle to bring their lives back to normal, but it is a process that moves agonizingly slow. The magnitude and...

Did Tsipras Know there were Deaths on Monday Night?

The Greek government is under heavy criticism for the slow response of the state mechanism during the deadly East Attica fires. Now new testimonies imply...

Why Greece Mourns So Many Victims in Natural Disasters?

The devastating fires that raged in Attica on Monday leaving so many dead, injured and missing and having destroyed whole towns brought, once again,...

Why Do Greeks Talk So Much About the Weather?

It was relatively early in the morning at the Glyfada municipal beach and seven older people were in the water chatting and doing water...

10 Hilarious Things That Set Tourists Apart from Locals at a Greek Beach

When Greeks hit the beach each summer they do it with an effortless finesse. You will see them soaking up the sun and enjoying...

OPINION: Bankers and Gangsters

The Jordanian people took to the streets for three days and nights in protest against a new austerity tax bill forcing Prime Minister Hani...

OPINION: The ‘Macedonia’ Deal Betrays Hellenism

By Andreas Chrysafis The Kim/Trump summit can be considered as a victory for sanity. A deal was negotiated by two arch enemies that only yesterday...

Greeks Paying €1.02 Tax for Every Liter of Gasoline they Buy

As the price of gasoline reaches an average €1.68 ($1.99) per liter in Athens and almost €2 on some islands, crisis-stricken Greeks are leaving...

The Decline of Greek Football: From Euro Champions to Pariahs

It was 4 July 2004 when Greece's national football team did the unthinkable: They won the European Cup, sending millions of Greeks across the...

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