What Happens After the Proud Greek ‘No?’

One week after the election and Greece is still reveling in the people's victory, the liberation from the occupying forces of evil Europe, wallowing...

Three Men Killed During Military Exercise in Volos, Central Greece

Three men were killed during a mortar firing exercise at a range in Volos, central Greece earlier today. According to sources, two of the men...

Tom Hanks Becomes a Citizen of Greece

 Prokopios Pavlopoulos, the President of the Hellenic Republic, on Friday signed the official papers marking the honorary naturalization of the famous American actor and philhellene, Tom...

Greece’s Historical Ermis Cafe, in Operation on Lesvos Since 1800

"Ermis," the oldest cafe in Greece, which has been in operation since the year 1800 in Mytilene, the capital of Lesvos Island, has recently...

Frappe Vs Freddo: The Battle of the Greek Summer Coffees

Frappe and Freddo top the list of ice drinks in Greece, as the tradition of drinking iced coffee all year round is something that...

Greece in Danger of Being €3 Billion Short by April’s End

Monday's Eurogroup did not come to a decision about Greece's bailout, thereby the European Central Bank cannot continue funding the country yet. Greece will be...

A Brief History of Elections in Greece

The history of elections in the modern Greek state began in 1833, with the first King of Greece, Otto of Bavaria, introducing the paper...

European Commission Considers Bridge Program for Greece

A bridge program that will cover Greece's financial needs for July has been discussed by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and the president of...

FT Publishes Letter of Eurogroup President to Varoufakis Saying Troika Will Return to Athens

Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem sent a letter to Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis saying that technical discussions on Greece's bailout between creditors and the Greek...

Greek Farmers Decide to Continue Road Blocks as Tsipras Calls Them for Dialogue

The meeting of the coordinating body of Greek farmers union at Tempi is completed with the farmers deciding on daily two-hour blocks of national...

Greece Referred to EU Court For Failing to Protect Natural Habitats and Species

The European Commission decided recently to refer Greece to the Court of Justice of the EU over its ''failure to protect biodiversity adequately''. In its...

Unemployment in Greece Remains More Than Double the Average Eurozone Rate

  Greece has seen a 0.2 percent rise in employment in September, according to Reuters, which reported that the Hellenic Statistical Authority's (ELSTAT) latest data...

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