Bougatsa Traditional dish from Chania, Crete

The Sweet History of the Oldest Bougatsa Shop in Chania

In Chania, the famous Iordanis has been baking fresh Bougatsa - the Greek sweet filo pastry - since 1922.
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Meet One of Athens’ Most Authentic Street Bands

Some of the best music in Greece is produced on the street! If you happen to listen to bouzouki while you are shopping in...
The capital of Crete, Heraklion, has recently surprised the travel community by being announced as Europe’s fastest growing tourism destination for 2017. According to Euromonitor (photo Gabi Ancarola)

Europe’s Top City Destination is Greek

  The capital of Crete, Herakleion, has recently surprised the travel community by being announced as Europe’s fastest growing tourism destination for 2017. According to...

Mitsotakis Interview: Over-taxation in Greece is Surreal

Main opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis is in Strasbourg, where he had meetings with leaders of the European People's Party (EPP), his New Democracy party's...

Greek Diaspora Shows Great Support for Christos from Arkioi Island

Nine-year old Christos from the remote Greek island of Arkioi in the Dodecanese, and his primary school teacher Maria Tsaliera, have received a huge amount of...

IMF’s Thomsen: Maturities Extension is Enough for Greek Debt Sustainability

In an interview with Austrian newspaper Der Standard, IMF's head of European department Poul Thomsen claimed that extending maturities of the Greek debt is...
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Exclusive: The Greek Who Lived in North Korea Tells Her Story

Journalist Fragkiska Megaloudi, the only Greek citizen known to have resided in Pyongyang, talks to Greek Reporter's Anastasios Papapostolou about daily life in the...

Hedge Fund Manager Bass Sees Elections in Greece Within a Year (Video)

Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass is betting that Greece will experience a dramatic political turnaround, with elections called within a year, that will spur...

Eurogroup’s Dijsselbloem: Greece Under Supervision even After Bailout Exit

Greece will remain under supervision after it exits its current bailout, and Athens must achieve “economic and political stability,” Jeroen Dijsselbloem said, contradicting PM...

The Sky’s the Limit on China-Greece Relations Says Greek Alt Foreign Affairs Minister (video)

In an exclusive interview with Greek Reporter in New York, Greek Alternate Foreign Affairs Minister, George Katrougalos, says that there is a wide window of...
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Exclusive Interview: US Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt on Greece’s Future

US Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt, sits down with Greek Reporter's founder Anastasios Papapostolou, to discuss USA - Greece relations, terrorist threats, as well...

No Cause for Celebration on Greece’s Bond Issue Says Professor Economides

With the old American saying "even turkeys fly in a strong wind", Professor of Economics Nicholas Economides described Tuesday’s foray into the international markets...

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