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Hand Grenade Thrown at Russian Consulate in Athens

Unknown assailants threw a hand grenade at the Russian consulate in the Athenian neighborhood of Halandri in the early hours of Friday causing minor...

”Golden Visa” Investors and Tourism Boosting Greece’s Recovery

  The Greek economy is currently undergoing a major transformation, mainly because of the real estate boom and record-breaking tourist arrivals, the New York Times...

Caitlyn Jenner Revisits Glory Days Posing on Athens Rostrum (video)

  Caitlyn Jenner, the most famous openly transgender person in the world, spent a 24-hour spring break in Athens where she visited the Acropolis and...

First Greece-North Macedonia Ministerial Meeting Takes Place in Athens

The first meeting of the Special Inter-ministerial committee of Greece and North Macedonia took place in Athens on Monday. Greece's Alternate Foreign Minister Sia Anagnostopoulou...

Large Fire Breaks Out at Paper Warehouse North of Athens (video)

A large fire broke out at a warehouse which stores paper in north-eastern Attica on Monday afternoon. Eight vehicles from nearby fire stations rushed to...

Update: Hijack Threat at Athens Airport a Hoax

Greek authorities said on Friday that the threat of possible hijackings of airliners flying from London to the Greek capital was a hoax. Earlier, security...

Greece Smashes Airport Passenger Traffic Records in 2019

The Civil Aviation Authority of Greece released the latest data on Thursday measuring passenger traffic through Greek airports for the months of January and...

Turkish Company Launches Ferry Services Between Athens and Izmir

Ferryboat services between the Greek coastal town of Lavrion, near Athens, and Cesme, near Turkey's Izmir, will begin as of June 2, 2019, according...

Greek Government Gives Green Light to Cremation Facility in Athens

After years of delays following opposition from the Greek Orthodox Church, Environment and Energy Minister Giorgos Stathakis signed a decision last week paving the...

Athens’ Syntagma Square Becomes a Hollywood Studio on Sunday

Athens' city center was completely cordoned off on Sunday, March 10, to allow the cast and crew of the upcoming movie ''Born To Be...

British Newspaper Reveals Plans to Uncover Athens’ Ancient Ilissos River

The British newspaper The Telegraph revealed on Sunday that a Greek urban renewal firm called ''Anaplasis'' plans to uncover Athens' ancient river of Ilissos. Back...

Faulty Radio Communication Poses a Threat to Public Security, Police Officials Claim

Greek Police officials, speaking with Kathimerini newspaper on Friday claimed that sensitive Police Units face severe communication problems as the radio devices they use...

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