Greece’s Heroic WWII Battle of Fort Roupel Turned Into Comic Book

The story of the legendary Roupel fortress in northern Greece survives in our collective memory through the historically-correct reenactment of the battle which takes...

FaceApp Craze Sweeps Across Greece Despite Privacy Warnings

"FaceApp," a mobile application for iOS and Android which automatically generates highly realistic transformations of faces in photographs, has swept Greek social media over...
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Anarchists Rampage Offices of “Athens Voice” Newspaper (video)

A group of anarchists stormed the offices of the "Athens Voice" newspaper in the Greek capital on Thursday and caused extensive damage. Photographs and video...

Three Out of Four Greeks Do Not Trust the News, Reuters Study Suggests

The Digital News Report 2019, compiled by the Reuters Institute was published on Wednesday, revealing some interesting facts about the attitude Greeks have toward...

Greece to Offer Free Wifi in Public Places, Mass Transit and Tourist Hotspots

Greek authorities are planning over the next few months to install approximately 3,000 wireless access points in public areas, including buses and trolley buses,...

Facebook Targets What it Considers Fake News in Greece

Facebook announced on Thursday that is teaming up with the Greek organization Ellinika Hoaxes (Greek Hoaxes) to to crack down on what it considers...

Greeks Have the Most Expensive Mobile Internet in Europe (graph)

The average costs for 1GB of mobile data across Europe has been revealed recently, with Greeks paying by far the most, and Ukrainians the...

Greek-American John Kalafatis Partners With Nu Boyana to Open Studios in Thessaloniki

The CEO of New York-based York Studios, John Kalafatis, has partnered with Nu Boyana to open brand new state-of-the-art film stages in Thessaloniki. The Greek...

Greek Photojournalist Wins Pulitzer Prize

Reuters photojournalist Alkis Konstantinidis has just won the Pulitzer Prize in the "Breaking News Photography" category along with other photographers of the multimedia news...

Prominent Greek Journalist Vassilis Lyritzis Dies at 62

Vassilis Lyritzis, one of the most famous and recognizable figures in Greek journalism, died on Tuesday morning at the early age of 62. The sad...

Today’s Google Doodle Honors the Greek Revolution

Google is honoring the nation of Greece today by today by dedicating its doodle to the March 25 anniversary of the Greek revolution against the...

Greece Blasts BBC for Report on “Oppressed Macedonian Minority”

Athens responded to a BBC report on Sunday which alleged that there is a "Macedonian minority" in the country which "has been oppressed for...

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