Teachers Clash With Police in Central Athens

Dozens of teachers clashed with the police outside the Greek parliament in Syntagma Square on Friday over the government's proposed reforms to the educational...

Defense Minister Kammenos Sued For Homophobic Verbal Abuse

Greek Minister of National Defense Panos Kammenos was sued on Thursday by the organization "Greek Helsinki Monitor" for his alleged homophobic verbal abuse of Georgios Amyras, an M.P from...

Desperate Rescue of Trapped Birds on Frozen Lake Kastoria

Volunteers from the Kastoria Environmental Protection Society have been trying desperately over the last several days to rescue birds trapped in the ice of Kastoria's...

Greek Unemployment Falls; Still Highest in Europe

The Greek unemployment rate fell slightly to 18.6 percent of the workforce in September 2018 from a level of 18.9 percent in August, Eurostat...

Mount Athos Celebrates Christmas in Byzantine Splendor

The monasteries of Mount Athos celebrated Christmas on January 7 in an atmosphere which truly brought Byzantine splendor back to life. An all-night Christmas...

Wikipedia Reveals What Greeks Searched For in 2018

According to a list published on Monday by Wikimedia’s "Community User Group for Greece, the online searches made by Greek people last year were...

Two Injured in Refugee Protest at Diavata Camp

Two people were injured during a Monday morning protest that occurred in Thessaloniki’s refugee camp of Diavata. Approximately forty refugees and migrants blocked the road outside...

Sales Begin Amid Hopes for Higher Consumer Spending

The annual winter sales period for shops across Greece is expected to start this year on Monday, January 14, 2019. The special sales will run until...

Half of Greece Covered in Snow; Conditions to Worsen Monday

About 51 percent of Greece is currently blanketed in snow -- varying from a light dusting of snow to debilitating snowfall -- thanks to...

US Marines Arrive in Volos for Joint Exercises

As part of regular exercises conducted between the U.S. Marines and their Greek counterparts, about 300 men from the U.S. Special Forces have arrived in...

Paying it Forward: Woman on Tinos Cooks 100+ Meals a Week for the Poor...

On the island of Tinos, a place known for its miracles and where countless pilgrimages take place each year, there is another kind of...

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...

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