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At Least 120 Coronavirus Cases Recorded in Quarantined Ship Off Athens

Greek health authorities said on Thursday that at least 120 people, both crew members and passengers, on a on a ship docked off the...

Athens International Airport Smashes Another Passenger Traffic Record for 2019

2019 was yet another record-breaking year for the Greek capital's international airport in regard to the increase in passenger traffic numbers over the previous...

Dog Lost at Athens Airport Desperately Seeks Owner

The story of a dog which was lost at Athens' Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport in October has moved animal rights organizations who are desperately...

Commemorating Thessaloniki’s Liberation from the Turks

It was October 26, 1912 when freedom bells rang in Thessaloniki, as the Greek army liberated the city from Ottoman rule. The city was...

Greek Government Decides to Sell 30% Stake in Athens’ International Airport

The sale of a 30 percent stake in Athens' Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport was decided at a meeting of the Greece's Government Council on Economic Policy, held...

Athens’ Airport Keeps Up The Tradition of Promoting Greek Culture, Literature, and History

''Eleftherios Venizelos'', the International Airport of Athens, showcases and promotes Greece's history, literature and culture for more than eighteen years now. Since the beginning of...

A Total of €2.9 Billion To Be Invested in Athens’ International Airport

The Greek Parliament will vote next week for a twenty-year extension of the ownership agreement of the International Airport of Athens, for the period...

December 1st 1913: Crete Unites with Greece (video)

On November 1st, 1913, Sultan Mehmed the 5th resigned from every right of domination over the Great Ocean. Exactly one month later, Crete was...

The Cause of Fire on ‘Eleftherios Venizelos’ Ferry

According to an article in the Greek newspaper Ethnos tis Kyriakis, the reason why Eleftherios Venizelos ferry was set on fire, a few weeks ago,...

Eleftherios Venizelos: The Controversial Leader Who Expanded Greek Borders

Born in Mournies, Chania on August 23, 1864, Eleftherios Venizelos served seven times as Greece's prime minister. For most, he was the country's most...

The Establishment of the Social Security Institution in Greece

The Social Security Institution (IKA) was established by law in June 8, 1932 as a socio-economic necessity at a time when Greek society was...

The Attack Against Papademos was the Second Against a Greek PM in 84 Years

The parcel bomb that exploded inside the car of former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademοs on Thursday was the second against a state leader...

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