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Labor Unions Call for 48-Hour Strike

Greece's two main labor unions covering civil servants and the private sector have called a 48-hour strike to protest austerity measures due to be...

Can’t Get Enough? Depeche Mode Coming to Greece

The most successful electronic music band in history - the English band Depeche Mode - is coming to Greece for the first time, with...

Holiday Home Prices in Greece Fall 45%

If you're thinking buying a holiday home in Greece, there's no better time than now. The country's crushing economic crisis and devastating austerity measures...

Emirates Set to Take First A380 to Athens

Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, will operate the first ever A380 scheduled service into Athens. Touching down at Athens International Airport...

Thousands of Protesters Tell Merkel she is Not Welcome

About 8,000 demonstrators chanted anti-austerity slogans and hoisted banners warning Angela Merkel she was not welcome in Greece at a protest on Monday, the...

New National Library, Opera House Work Set

An ambitious private initiative to build a new national library and opera house on the site of a former horse-racing track in Palaio Faliro,...

Anarchists Clash With Far Rightists, Residents of Athens Neighbourhood; 2 Injured

Greek police say clashes involving anarchists, residents and extreme rightists broke out in an Athens neighbourhood notorious for tensions between longtime residents and newly-established...

Strauss-Kahn in Greece: As An Advisor?

There was speculation in Athens on Sept. 28 over the presence in the city of the disgraced former director of the International Monetary Fund...

Greek Disabled Clash With Police at Protest

Disabled Greeks and police unionists continued anti-austerity protests in Athens on Sept. 27, as leaders of the three-party coalition government reached a preliminary deal...

Two Pakistanis Stabbed Near Anti-Racist Demo

Two Pakistani immigrants were in hospital late Saturday after being stabbed on the margins of an anti-racism rally on the outskirts of Athens, police...

EU Comm: Troika Team To Take ‘Brief Pause’ In Greek Talks

The negotiations between Greece and its international creditors will take “a brief pause” and most of the team of international inspectors will leave Athens...

Greek Woman Stopped Holding Greek Flag at Acropolis

It was supposed to be an ordinary visit for a young couple from Kavala, Greece, eager to visit the Acropolis and make some photographic...

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