Recognition Of Foreign University, Private College Degrees

From now on foreign university and private college graduates in Greece will have the same professional rights as Greek university graduates. Until now, non-Greek university...

Businessman Murdered in Alexandroupoli, Northern Greece

A 63-year old local businessman was robbed and murdered by two people early on April 28, outside his house in Alexandroupoli, Northern Greece. According to...

Average Unemployment Duration Hits Nine Months

Guy Ryder, the director-general of the International Labor Organization, will present a report on the Greek job market in Parliament on Tuesday, during a joint session...

Inmates in Korydallos Prison Hospital Protest Against Poor Conditions

Fifty-five HIV-positive prisoners have decided to stop taking their medications as part of a strike demonstration against terrible conditions in the Korydallos  prison hospital...

Top 10 Trades for Recruitment in the Economic Crisis

Despite Greece’s high unemployment rate and the relentless deterioration of working conditions due to the financial crisis, there are ten professions that have managed to survive. The...

Crete Fighting to Save its Seas

In three days, a dubious experiment is set to take place in the Mediterranean. Chemical agents which in small quantities are capable of causing...

Greece: 20,120 Protests in Four Years

Protests appear to have become somewhat of a “national sport” in Greece, after it was revealed that four to five protests have been taking...

Farmer’s Markets Employees on Indefinite Strike

Greek farmer’s markets employees launched an indefinite strike as of April 28, protesting against a bill on farmer’s markets and outdoor commerce. According to the...

ECtHR Convicts Greece on Human Rights Violations

The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on Thursday convicted the Greek state over the degrading conditions of the incarceration of two illegal immigrants,...

Greek Health Minister Jeered at Thessaloniki Hospital

Greek Health Minister Adonis Georgiadis was jeered by locals and patients during his visit to several hospitals in Thessaloniki, northern Greece. Georgiadis was on an inspection...

Wealthy Greeks Claiming Social Benefits

It appears that the avarice in Greece has exceeded every limit as many wealthy Greeks are applying for the social dividend benefit of 500 euros....

Archive Film of Greece’s Liberation from the Nazis (Video)

Among the archive footage released when British Pathé put its entire back catalogue of vintage newsreels on YouTube last week was film dating back in 1944 of Greece’s...

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