Greek Court Finds New Pension Cuts Violate European Human Rights Convention

A Greek court decided that the new pension cuts agreed by Athens and international creditors violated the European Convention of Human Rights. The new pension...

Cypriots New European Champions in Getting Married

Marriage is a serious, life-long commitment, and thus the decision to get married is never an easy one, right? Well, not necessarily, when we are...

Greece to ‘Lease Two French Frigates’

Greece is to lease two French frigates by August to boost its defensive capabilities in the Aegean, according to Greek media reports. The acquisition of...

Free Public Education Costs Greek Parents €3.7Bln Each Year

Private tutoring, foreign languages, computer lessons and private schools cost Greek parents 3.7 billion each year while at the same time the State spends...

Citizens of Korydallos District React to the Upcoming Golden Dawn Trial

The upcoming trial of Greece's extreme right Golden Dawn party, scheduled for April 20, has caused the firm reaction of citizens and business owners in...

Turkey Stops 330 Migrants Attempting Enter Greece via Lesvos

Turkish authorities seized a total of 330 migrants who were attempting to cross the Aegean Sea and reach European shores on Greece's island of...

Academy of Athens Awards Writers, Historians, Musicians, Scientists

The Academy of Athens awarded writers, poets, musicians, historians and painters for their outstanding work for 2014 and lifetime achievements in a ceremony on...

Athens’ Digital Lab Aims to Change Greek Capital Through Technology

The newly established City of Athens' Digital Lab has chosen four teams of young entrepreneurs, giving them technological and financial support to implement programs...

Greek Marathon Man, 87, Does It Again

Stelios Prassas, an 87-year-old marathon runner of the Telmissos, Nea Makri athletics team did it again on Sunday, finishing the 21.1 kilometers (13 miles)...

Adoptions in Greece Show Significant Increase in 2017

Adoptions in Greece increased by 77 percent increase in 2017 compared to the previous year, the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) announced on Thursday. This...

PM Tsipras: Greece Will Continue Struggle for German Reparations

On Tuesday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras referred to the claim of German reparations and the occupation loan in his address at the ceremony for...

Spiegel: This Holiday Greeks Will Recieve Fewer Gifts

"The Greeks are getting less" is the title of an article on the website of German paper Spiegel. The article claims that this holiday,...

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