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Greek Government Announces Measures to Improve Samothrace Transport

The Greek government announced five measures on Monday afternoon which it hopes will address the problem of transportation between the island of Samothrace and the...

Government Meeting on Monday to Solve Samothrace Transportation Breakdown

Greece's State Minister George Gerapetritis will chair a meeting of ministers in Athens at Maximos Mansion on Monday to try to resolve the issue...

Nike of Samothrace Replica Awaits Transfer to Greek Island Home

An exact replica of the iconic marble sculpture of the Nike of Samothrace, one of the most spectacular exhibits in the Louvre Museum, has been...

Greece’s Gas Company Signs Major Deal For Alexandroupolis’ Terminal (Photos)

Greece's Public Gas Company (DEPA) signed a deal with Gastrade S.A. for a LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) terminal in Alexandroupolis on the sidelines of...

Two Migrants Killed by Train in Northern Greece

Two migrants were killed in two separate incidents by the same Greek train near the border with Turkey in the early hours of Saturday. Police...

Greek Woman Breaks World Record for Longest Garlic Braid (video)

A Greek woman from Nea Vyssa, in Evros, the northeastern part of Greece, broke the world record in garlic knitting after she made a...

Alexandroupolis Raises 600 Square Meter Greek Flag (video)

The biggest ever Greek flag was raised in Alexandroupolis, northeastern Greece, on Saturday, making local residents proud. The blue and white flag is an impressive...

Asylum Request Approved for Turkish Officer Who Fled to Greece after the Coup

On Monday, Greece approved the asylum request of one of the group of eight Turkish soldiers who fled to Alexandroupolis after the failed coup attempt in...

Syrian Jihadist Arrested in Northern Greece

A 30-year-old man suspected for being a fighter of the Isis Jihadist Group; was arrested on Thursday in the northern Greek town of Alexandroupolis. According to...

Two Missing as Small Plane Crashes in Northern Greece

On Friday, a small private plane crashed north of Komotini, near the Greek-Bulgarian border. Two crew members were aboard the CT2K-type aircraft when it disappeared...

Greek PM Attends Epiphany Celebration in Alexandroupolis

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was the person of honor in the ceremony of Epiphany in the port of the northeastern city of Alexandroupolis...

Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos: “There is no Room for Retreats in International Law Issues”

Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos, who inaugurated the Greek Institute of Thracian Research in Alexandroupolis, sent a message to Turkey that Greece seeks good relations,...

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