Greek PM: We Will Give Money from TV License Sale to the Poor

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Friday that the revenues from the four television licenses will be distributed to vulnerable social groups. The prime...

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...

Grenade Found at Publisher’s Home in Athens

Greek police are investigating a hand grenade that was found outside the home of a prominent publisher in northern Athens, in the early hours...

From Farmers to Doctors, Biggest Tax-Evaders in Greece for 2013

  Greece’s Financial and Crime Unit (SDOE) had quite a big job on their hands last year. After numerous thorough controls, SDOE discovered that there...

8 Left in Tender for 4 TV Licenses After Epsilon Group Ousted from Auction

  Eight candidates for four TV licenses are left following objections to two of the nine bidders. The Greek Secretariat General for Information and Communication...

Greek Channel’s Staff Fear Station Shutdown

About 420 employees of Greece’s Mega television station fear losing their jobs after signs the company’s management is not intent in joining a broadcast...

German Newspaper’s Friendly Welcome to Greek Prime Minister

German newspaper Bild published an unprecedented friendly welcome to Greece and its Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, ahead of today's meeting between the Greek prime...

Greek Newspapers’ Sales on a Freefall

Greek newspapers' sales fell 19.6 percent to 57,614,541 in 2017, from 71,641,595 in 2016, after suffering a 15.9 percent decline in the previous year,...

Former Greek Football Star in Custody

Former Greek AEK Athens’s player who was also briefly chairman, Thomas Mavros is in custody due to the debts of the football club. Mavros is regarded...

Greece in Review: 2016

Several of the events that marked Greece in 2016 are like the ones that marked 2015, showing that political powers prefer to maintain the old, corrupt order.

Argentinian TV Show Shoots Inappropriate Footage on Acropolis without Permission (video)

Two Argentinian TV show hosts went on Acropolis and shot offensive footage in front of the Parthenon without permission from the Central Archaeological Council...

What Greeks Googled the Most in 2016

Google gave the lists of the top searches that Greeks made in 2016, showing an increased interest in sports and cultural events. The fastest increasing...

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