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Sudden Storm Hits Athens in Greece, Causes Chaos (photos)

A sudden storm hit the Greek capital on Friday causing many problems to Athens' busy avenues and streets. The drivers had to drive slowly so...

Athens Ranks 13th Most Expensive Capital in Europe (graph)

Athens ranks in 13th place on the list of the most expensive capitals of the 48 European countries, according to Wanderu, a travel search...

Cyprus President Anastasiades to Visit Athens Next Week

The President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, will visit Athens on Monday to have talks with the Greek Prime Minister Alexis...

Pulitzer Laureate Jeffrey Eugenides in Athens for 2018 World Book Capital

Pulitzer Laureate, Jeffrey Eugenides, an American of Greek descent, is visiting Athens to participate in panel discussions at the Athens 2018 World Book Capital. Eugenides...

Three Bidders Shortlisted for Athens Metro Expansion

Greece’s state-owned subway operator, Attiko Metro, has short-listed three interested groups of contractors in a tender for a 1.5 billion euro ($1.8 billion) expansion...

Freud’s Grandson to Give Lecture in Athens

Joseph Knobel Freud, the great grandson of the famous neurologist and the father of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud will be in Athens this September for...

Heaviest Plane Ever Built Lands at Athens Airport (photos)

An Antonov 225, the heaviest aircraft ever built, landed in Athens's international airport on Thursday. Athens airport went on Twitter to post photos of the...

Athens International Airport Expanding Main Terminal to Accommodate Rise in Passengers

Athens International Airport (AIA) is undergoing a small expansion. The small expansion will help ease passenger flow and allow AIA to better accommodate the rising...

American Grand Hyatt Hotel Opens in Athens

The American Giant Hyatt Hotels Corporation opened its new 5-star hotel in the Greek capital, at the building where the Athens Ledra Marriott once...

Benefit Concert for Greek Fire Victims to be Held at Ancient Theatre

A benefit concert dedicated to the late writer, poet and song-writer Manos Eleftheriou will be held at the Herod Atticus Odeon this Wednesday, starting...

Greek Premier Tsipras Accused of ‘Negligence and Complicity’ by Mother of Victim

  The mother of a young Greek who was murdered last week at Filopappou Hill, opposite the Acropolis, accused Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of "negligence...

Massive Power Outage Hits Athens

Most parts of Athens were without electricity early Wednesday afternoon after a fault crippled the power supply system in the Greek capital. Suburbs from as...

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