Bishop Seraphim Against Homosexual Cohabitation Agreement

Bishop Seraphim of Piraeus is threatening to excommunicate any member of the Greek Parliament that votes for the amendment to include same-sex couples in...

Kedikoglou: Illegal Immigration Biggest Issue for Greek EU Presidency

In the aftermath of the Farmakonisi incident, New Democracy and SYRIZA continue to exchange words regarding Greece's pressing illegal immigration issue. In the latest...

Greek Human Rights Chief Resigns in Protest at Government Interference

The chairman of the independent Greek National Commission for Human Rights (GNCHR) resigned on Wednesday in protest against the "arrogance of executive power and...

Anarchist Romanos’ Appeal Rejected by Greek Prosecutor

The Supreme Court prosecutor has rejected anarchist Nikos Romanos’ request for the annulment of the Judicial Council's decision regarding the prisoner’s right to educational furlough....

Thessaloniki Holocaust Museum Construction Under Way

Preparatory work for the construction of the Holocaust Museum in Thessaloniki, is expected to begin over the next few days. Plans are due to be...

Remembering 70 Years Since the Holocaust in Kalavryta

An event in remembrance of 70 years since the holocaust, took place on Saturday morning in Kalavryta, Greece. A memorial service for the victims was...

Turkey to Pay Greek Woman €14 Mln for Refusing Her Inheritance Rights

The European Court of Human Rights decided that Turkey should pay a Greek woman 14.3 billion euros for refusing to recognize her inheritance rights. Based...

Greek Authorities Recover the Bodies of 4 Immigrants

On Friday, February 7, Greek authorities discovered the bodies of four immigrants. The immigrants drowned while a coast guard vessel was towing their...

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 --...

Refugees Attending School Expected to Reach 10,000 in February

About 500 refugee children attended classes in 20 schools across the country on the first day the Greek government program back in October and...

Strawberry Fields Forever: The Plight of Migrants in Greece

The recent shooting of Bangladeshi workers working at Strawberry fields in South Greece, after they demanded outstanding wages might have shocked the...

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...

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