Prominent Greek Lawyers Arrested in “Prison Mafia” Scandal

Two of Greece's most prominent lawyers were arrested on Thursday and Friday, suspected of taking part in the so-called "prison mafia" scandal which has...

Lord Byron: The Romantic Poet Who Died for Greece

George Gordon, Lord Byron is one of the first and best-known philhellenes, who actively participated in Greece’s War of Independence, eventually losing his life in...

Greek Police Continue Crackdown on Illegal Exarchia Squats

Dozens of people were remanded for questioning on Thursday morning as part of a large-scale police operation to clear illegal habitations in the downtown...

Greek War Reparations Issue Closed, Germany Says

The issue of German reparations to Greece for World War II has been legally and politically resolved, German government spokesman Steffen Seibert reiterated on...

British Couple Die in Road Accident on Santorini

The British Foreign Office confirmed on Wednesday that the couple who were killed in a road accident on Santorini on Sunday were British citizens. A...

Bad News for Greeks as Souvlaki Price Set to Rise

The price of souvlaki, the iconic Greek delicacy, is set to rise by between 10 to 15 percent by May 1, the president of...
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Mykonos Garbage Dump Threatens Cosmopolitan Island (video)

Shocking footage of an illegal garbage dump in the "Metallia" area of ​​Mykonos has cast doubts on the sustainability of trash disposal on this...

Dead Infant Found in Garbage Bin Shocks Greek Nation

The discovery on Thursday of a dead infant in a garbage bin in the town of Aigio, in the Peloponnese, has sent shock waves...

Bloomberg Says Greek Economy Among “Most Miserable” in the World

  The Greek economy remains among the five most difficult economies in the entire world, according to Bloomberg survey published on Thursday. Despite official declarations that...

Four People Injured As Lightning Strikes the Acropolis

Four people were injured on Wednesday afternoon on the Acropolis, as a lightning strike hit the ancient hill. According to the first information available, the...

Greek State Budget Surplus Up by €1 Billion Compared to First Quarter of 2018

The Greek state budget recorded a primary surplus of €1.85 billion in the first quarter of 2019, up from a surplus of €840 million...

Greece’s Trikala to Offer Electric Vehicles for Public Use Inside the City

Greece's city of Trikala continues its tradition of innovation, being the first Greek -- and one of the very few European cities -- to...

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