Investors’ Calls for Compensation Over Greek Bailout Rejected by EU Court

The European Union's General Court made public on Thursday that the private investors who wished to be compensated for the losses they endured during...

Karpathos: The Greek Island Where Women Dominate

Karpathos is the second-largest island in the Dodecanese island chain, located southwest of Rhodes. Because of its remote location, local people there have preserved...

Greece Remembers Hero Pilot Who Died Defending Country’s Skies

It was 13 years ago today that the name of Konstantinos Iliakis joined those of Greek military personnel over the years who fell in...

Vandals Storm Athens University Office, Accuse Rector of Wrongdoing

A fresh incident of vandalism of a public place occurred in Athens on Wednesday afternoon. This time, a group of approximately ten individuals, who were...

Anger in Greece as Authorities Choose Not to Participate in Common EU Firefighting Force

Greek media revealed on Wednesday that Greece is notably absent from the newly-established ''RescEU'' initiative, a common European Union fleet dedicated to firefighting. The ''RescEU'' project...

Greeks Remain Favorable Toward the EU, Survey Finds

A new survey published on Wednesday suggests that the majority of Greek citizens believe that Greece has benefited and is going to benefit in the...

Two Tons of “Ghost Nets” Removed from Greek Seabed

The Healthy Seas initiative on Tuesday announced the conclusion of a cleanup operation off the small fishing village of Stratoni in northern Greece, where...

Giorgos or Yiannis? The Most Popular Names in Greece Revealed

The Greek statistical authority ELSTAT announced on Tuesday the most popular names currently seen across the nation of Greece. According to the data, the most...

Free Scooter Rides Offered in Greece During EU Elections To Boost Participation

US-based company Lime, which operates motorized scooters, announced on Monday that it will provide up to 15 hours' worth of urban rides free of...

Austerity Cuts for Civil Servants Are Legal, Says Greece’s Top Court

The Council of State, Greece's highest court, ruled on Friday that the austerity cuts imposed on the country's civil servants during the years of...

Greek Fighter Jets Begin Policing North Macedonian Airspace

The first flight of a Greek F-16 fighter jet over North Macedonia took place on Tuesday, initiating the Greek policing of the country's airspace. The...

Vandals Create Unrest in Central Athens in Support of Convicted Terrorist Koufontinas

A group of vandals disrupted traffic on central Athens' Patission Avenue on Monday afternoon, setting trash bins on fire and scattering fliers in support...

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