Report Warns Greek Population May Shrink to 8.3 Million by 2050

A parliamentary committee released an alarming report on Tuesday which projects that the Greek population may shrink to as low as a total of...

Despite Financial Crisis, Greece Still Better Off In the Eurozone

The Center for European Policy (CEP) published a study on Monday which states that Greece added €2 billion to its economy in the sixteen...

Five Projects Which Will Change the Face of the Athens Riviera

Only a few kilometers from the center of Athens, much of Attica's coastline, from Mikrolimano in Piraeus to Sounio, is currently a construction site...

Historic Greek City of Eleusis to Become “European Culture Capital 2021”

Only 20 km (12 miles) from Athens, Elefsina (Eleusis) is an ancient city which became an industrial hub in the nineteenth century. Over the...

Greece the Only Western Country Which Bans Private Universities

The issue of the establishment of private universities in Greece is on the hotseat now that discussion on related constitutional amendments is taking place...

February 9 is International Greek Language Day

Following years of efforts and campaigning by academics, teachers and Greek people around the world, the ninth of February was officially declared International Greek...

Greece Raises Minimum Wage to €650, Nixes Sub-Minimum for Under-25s

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Monday that the nation will raise its minimum wage to €650 ($745) per month, and his government will...

Greek Population Drops by 355,000 in Last Decade Warns University Professor

The Greek population dropped by 355,000 between 2008 and 2017, an expert said on Monday, attributing the change mostly to the declining birthrate following...

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...

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...

Epiphany: From Epirus, to Crete, the Blessing of the Waters

The Greek Orthodox feast of the Epiphany is celebrated on January 6th each year across the globe. This Epiphany, Greece found itself in the...

Young Greek Researchers Present Breakthrough Electric Car

By Phil Butler* In October of 2018, Aristotle University's "Electric - Aristurtle Racing Team" revealed a new electric racecar to the world. Named “Iris”, the unique vehicle...

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