”Organized Plan To Invade Parliament” Averted

The Speaker of the Greek Parliament, Nikolaos Voutsis, declared on Monday that extremists had hatched an organized plan to invade the Greek Parliament during...

Seven People Charged in Sunday’s Riots in Athens

Six men and a woman who were arrested on Sunday’s clashes at Syntagma Square  were charged with two criminal offenses and six misdemeanors by the Athens...

Police Arrest Greek Soldier, Briton at Greece-Turkey Border

Greek police arrested a Greek soldier and a British employee for a non-government organization on Sunday for allegedly taking photographs of military installations near...

Greek Opposition Blasts Police, Ministers Over Teargas Use

The Greek opposition demanded the resignation of ministers after dozens of people were injured during clashes between police and demonstrators at the Athens rally...

Greek PhD Graduates on the Decline

According to data published by Greece’s National Documentation Center on Friday, the number of PhDs issued by Greek universities has slightly declined compared to...

Greece’s Citizens’ Service Centers To Go Fully Digital

Greece's Citizens Service Centers (KEP) are about to fully digitize their services, state-run AMNA news agency reported earlier this week. Aiming at providing services to...

Patras Opens 2019 Carnival Season Despite Heavy Rain

Despite heavy downpours, thousands of people attended the celebrations of the opening ceremony of the world-famous Patras Carnival on Saturday night. The third largest city...
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Video: Clashes Erupt After Macedonia Rally in Athens

Protesters clashed with riot police outside Greece's Parliament on Sunday afternoon, following a rally in Syntagma Square against the Prespa Agreement. Witnesses who uploaded videos and...

Thousands Demonstrate in Athens Against Prespa Agreement

Thousands of people descended from every corner of Greece and began gathering at Athens’ Syntagma Square in the early hours of Sunday to participate...

Accident Due to Turkish Fighter Jet’s Violation Narrowly Averted

A serious accident was narrowly averted on Friday afternoon over the Eastern Aegean Sea after a Turkish F-16 fighter jet harassed a Greek military...

Greece to Raise Minimum Wage in February

The Greek government will increase the minimum wage effective February 1st, according to Labor Minister Effie Achtsioglou. She announced the measure on Friday in...

Lunar Eclipse and ”Supermoon” Visible From Greece

The total lunar eclipse occurring early Monday morning, January 21, will be clearly visible from Greece, according to astronomers. The total lunar eclipse, which will take...

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