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New Greek Government Pledges to “Immediately” Improve Refugee Living Conditions

Greece's Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met on Monday with Dimitris Avramopoulos, the European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship, at Maximos Mansion in Athens....

Greece To Launch New 7-Year Bond, Says Public Debt Management Organization

Greece's Public Debt Management Organization issued an announcement on Monday notifying the Athens Stock Exchange that the country will soon be ready to launch...

President Pavlopoulos Meets With Greek American Students in Athens

Greece's President, Prokopios Pavlopoulos, met with a group of Greek American students in the Presidential Mansion of Athens on Monday. The group of students from...

Greece Signs Historic Agreement To Explore Natural Resources South of Crete

Greece signed a formal agreement on Thursday with the companies ExxonMobil, Total and Hellenic Petroleum (ELPE) to research and exploit the natural resources located south...

Ancient Neighborhood Under the Acropolis Museum Now Open to the Public

The remains of an ancient neighborhood visible under the feet of visitors approaching the entrance of the Acropolis Museum is now fully open to...

Large Fire Breaks Out in Attica’s Lagonissi

A large wildfire broke out in Lagonissi, Attica, near the capital of Athens, on Saturday afternoon. The fire was first noticed at noon local time...

African Heatwave To Sweep Across Europe, Affecting Greece Over The Weekend

Temperatures in Greece and many parts of Europe will soar over the weekend as the atmospheric instability gradually subsides, the METEO weather service of...

Train Hits Bus in Athens; No Casualties Reported

An Athens suburban train, also known as Proastiakos, collided with a bus full of passengers early Friday morning at the Liosia neighborhood of the...

Iconic Acropolis Museum Celebrates Ten Years Since its Opening

The new Acropolis Museum, which first opened its doors on June 20, 2009 is considered one of the greatest museums in the world. This...

Severe Thunderstorms Hit Athens on Wednesday

Severe thunderstorms lashed the Greek capital on Wednesday and the Athens National Observatory weather service Meteo warns that they may also be accompanied by...

Mesmerizing 1926 Photo Portraying Athenian Coffee Culture Goes Viral

A striking image shot by Greek photographer Christos Kaplanis in 1926 at Athens' Syntagma Square has resurfaced in glorious color and has already gone...

Shackled Skeletons from Ancient Greece to Get Underground Display

Greece's Central Archaeological Council (KAS) on Tuesday announced that they have decided to construct an underground "shell" which will permanently protect and display the...

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