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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,...

Greek National Highway on Sale for €100 Million

Egnatia Odos, one of Greece's longest and newest national highways, is to be sold for 100 million euros, when its construction cost was 6.5...

Greece Begins Hearing Claims of 8 Turkish Asylum Seekers

The hearings for the asylum claim of the eight Turkish military personnel who fled to Greece after the failed coup attempt in Turkey began...

Ankara Pushes Greece for the Extradition of the 8 Military Officials

Ankara is pressuring Greece for the extradition of the eight military officials who arrived in Alexandroupolis, northern Greece, after the attempted coup in the...

Turkish Soldiers Seeking Asylum in Greece Get Extension

The eight Turkish military officers who fled to Greece after the coup attempt in the neighboring country received an extension to their application for...

Trial of Turkish Military Personnel Postponed in Greece

The Alexandroupolis first instance court on Monday has granted a three-day postponement in the trial of eight Turkish military men who fled to Greece...

Greece Tries to Avoid Tension with Turkey Over Extradition of Fugitives

Greece is trying to avoid tension with Turkey over the extradition of the eight military men who allegedly participated in the coup attempt and...

Greek Police Dismantle Drug Ring Including 3 Army Officers

The Hellenic Police has dismantled a 32-person drug ring that includes three low-rank army officers, a fire department contract employee and a policeman. All people...

Rio Olympic Flame Arrives in Alexandroupolis

The Olympic Flame for the "RIO 2016" Summer Olympic Games arrived on Sunday evening at the city port of Alexandroupolis. A local children's choir...

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