Woman Hit with Stiff Fine For Leaving Flower for Victims of Greek Uprising

A woman was fined 300 euros ($355.96) by Greek police on Tuesday after she left a flower at the site of the uprising at...
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Demonstrators Defy Rally Ban, Clash with Police in Central Athens

Hundreds of demonstrators defied a ban on demonstrations and gathered on two separate locations in central Athens on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of...

Greek Leaders Lay Wreaths Honoring 1973 Student Uprising

Greek politicians honored the 1973 student uprising against the junta on Tuesday by laying wreaths at the Athens Polytechnic, the place where some say...

Banning Protests in the Birthplace of Democracy

The Greek government's decision to ban protests and rallies during the anniversary celebrations of the Polytechnic uprising has raised questions about the state of...

Greek Left Accuses Government of Authoritarianism for Banning Polytechnic Rally

The three leftist parties in the Greek Parliament have blasted the New Democracy government for banning the Polytechnic uprising's annual demonstration on Tuesday, November...

Greek Government, Opposition Clash Over Handling of Covid Wave

Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis clashed with main opposition leader Alexis Tsipras in Parliament on Thursday over the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Mitsotakis said...

Greek Foreign Ministry Issues Demarche to Turkey Over New Navtex

Greece's Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias ordered the immediate delivery of a demarche to Turkey over its new illegal Navtex on Wednesday, and he also briefed...

Egyptian President Meets With Greek PM and President, Lauds New Ties

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with his Egyptian counterpart, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday in Athens in a further show of the...

Greek MIT Professor and Antinuclear War Activist Kostas Tsipis Passes Away

Greek-born antinuclear campaigner and longtime MIT professor Kostas Tsipas passed away on Monday, according to an announcement by former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou. The...

Greek PM First Foreign Leader to Congratulate Joe Biden

Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis was the first foreign leader to congratulate Joe Biden for his victory in the US elections. In a tweet minutes after...

US Warns of Russia’s Role in the Eastern Mediterranean

Geoffrey Pyatt, the United States' ambassador to Athens, had some strong admonitions regarding Russian influence in the troubled Eastern Mediterranean in his remarks during the...

Greece Awaits the Results of the Most Important US Presidential Election in Recent Decades

While the world feels numb from the ramifications of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, all eyes are turning to the United States...

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