Greek PM and IOC Bid Farewell to Nelson Mandela

The International Olympic Committee, IOC on its official twitter account, said farewell to the former leader of South Africa, Nelson Mandela by uploading a...

Migrants Clash With Police on Greek-FYROM Border

About 1,500 Pakistanis, Moroccans and Iranians have been stuck in Idomeni -- a little town which is the border between Greece and FYROM --...

Farmakonisi Incident Triggers Rallies in Athens

The incident that took place earlier this week involving a boat transporting illegal immigrants in the Aegean Sea and the Greek coast guard, has...

Jewish Holocaust Memorial Honors 106-year-old Thessaloniki Woman

Yad Vashem; Israel's official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust, recognized a 106-year-old woman from Thessaloniki and her late husband, as Righteous Among...

Church of Greece Reacts to Bill Giving Civil Partnership Rights to Same-Sex Couples

A new draft bill that would give full civil partnership rights to same-sex couples is to be tabled in parliament amid reactions from the...

Collaboration Between Unicef and Olympiacos F.C

Today, PAE Olympiakos and UNICEF announced their collaboration to immunize children in countries where there is an urgent need. Cooperation aims to raise money...

Group of Afghanis in Lesvos Start Hunger Strike Demanding Asylum

A group of Afghani nationals in Lesvos started a hunger strike on Friday, requesting that the Greek government grants them asylum in the country,...

Greek Council of State Rejects 2012 Pension Cuts

The Greek Council of State, the country's top administrative court, ruled that main and supplementary pension cuts in the private sector that were enacted in 2012...

Break the Chain Festival to Raise Awareness and “Stop Human Trafficking”

The Break the Chain Festival, returns to Athens on Friday and Saturday, December 1 and 2, on the occasion of the World Day for the...

Greek PM Concludes Cyprus Visit With Pledge to Work for a Solution on Missing...

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras concluded his visit to Cyprus earlier today, the first official visit abroad since he took office on Monday, January 26,...

Greece Ranks First in Press Freedom Decline Globally

Greece scored yet another negative lead. Press freedom has been dramatically restricted in the past five years of the economic crisis due to political interference...

Amnesty Says Greece’s Migrant Treatment Inhumane

Human rights group Amnesty International has blasted Greece’s treatment of immigrants and asylum seekers, joining in a chorus of criticism against an ongoing roundup...

LATEST