African Heatwave To Sweep Across Europe, Affecting Greece Over The Weekend

Temperatures in Greece and many parts of Europe will soar over the weekend as the atmospheric instability gradually subsides, the METEO weather service of...

How You Can Do Mykonos on €60 a Day

The first time I set foot on Mykonos was in late September 1977. Fresh out of high school, a friend and I took our...

Eurostat Reports Greek Cheese, Eggs and Milk Second Most Expensive in the EU

Eurostat released on Thursday its final ''Consumer Price Levels'' report for the year 2018, showing that Greeks paid on average considerably more money to...

Greek Hospital Launches Lung Transplant Program

The Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center has now been licensed by the Greek Health Ministry to perform lung transplants, in collaboration with the Attikon University...

Greek-French Architect Designs Multipurpose Life Jacket for Refugees and Migrants

A young Greek-French architect has recently developed a new, innovative life jacket which could help refugees and migrants in many ways while they make...

Greece Produces More than 20 Percent of Power from Renewables

Greece is one of nine countries around the world which produces more than 20 percent of its electric energy from solar and wind power....

Greek Conservation Group Creates World’s First Dolphin Sanctuary

The world’s first permanent sanctuary for dolphins who have been rescued from captivity was founded recently by the Archipelagos Institute of Marine Conservation on the tiny...

Greek People Haven’t Forgotten Controversial Prespa Agreement of One Year Ago

One year ago, the government of Alexis Tsipras, with the support of Panos Kammenos, signed the controversial Prespa agreement, giving the small Balkan country north of Greece the...

World’s First Museum Dedicated to Lost Atlantis Opens on Santorini

The world’s first museum dedicated to the mythical -- but perhaps real -- island of Atlantis opened recently on Greece’s idyllic island of Santorini. The...

UN Warns One Third of Greece Threatened by Desertification

June 17 is the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, according to a United Nations initiative. This year the organization is sending our new...

Greek Kayakers Set Out on Aegean Adventure for a Good Cause

Two Greek environmentalists set off from Greek shores in their kayaks on Monday, intending to paddle to ten Aegean islands in order to raise...

Greek Good Samaritans Help Refugee Woman Deliver Baby on Kos

Two women on the Greek island of Kos joined forces to help a refugee woman from the island's migrant center deliver her baby over...

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