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Greeks Are European Champions in Swearing While Driving, Survey Finds

A survey conducted recently across eleven European nations regarding the driving behavior revealed some interesting information about the way Greeks drive their cars. According to...

Greece Officially Joins China’s ”16+1” Partnership With Central and Eastern Europe

Greece officially joined the ''Cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European Countries'' Group, which had been known as ''16+1,'' on Friday. At the end...

Study Finds Brain Drain is the Biggest Worry of Greeks and Other Europeans

A survey conducted recently by YouGov for the European Council on Foreign Relations shows that the nations of Southern and Eastern Europe worry more...

Greek Life Expectancy Now Twelfth-Highest in Europe

According to the most recent data published by the Greek Statistics Authority (ELSTAT), the average life expectancy of Greek citizens rose from 77.2 years in...

Greece’s Aegean Airlines Adds Seven New International Destinations

Aegean Airlines will begin service to seven new international destinations from its hub in Athens in 2019, it announced in a statement on Wednesday. According...

Greek Luxury Hotel Chain Aqua Vista Wins Four Scandinavian Awards

The Aqua Vista hotel chain, a group of the most beautiful luxury hotels in Greece, won four prizes at the Greek Travel Awards which...

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki To Help Create New “University of Europe”

France, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland and Greece will cooperate to lead developments in higher education in the European Union, state-run AMNA news agency...

Bouzouki Legend Yiannis Polykandriotis Dies at 73 (video)

Yiannis Polykandriotis, the legendary Greek bouzouki player and music teacher, passed away on Wednesday in London at the age of 73. He was the son...

BBC Film Portrays Ten Years of Financial Turmoil in Greece (video)

The nail-biting weeks leading up to the first Greek bailout in 2010 are the subject of a new BBC documentary which aired on February...

FYROM’s Parliament To Start Final Debates on Constitutional Amendments

The Parliament in Skopje begins a new, final round of debate today before the deciding vote on the constitutional amendments drawn up by the government...

Post-Bailout Greeks Once Again Traveling Abroad for Christmas

According to data published by FedHATTA, the Federation of the Hellenic Associations of Tourist and Travel Agencies, the number of Greeks who choose a...

Quality of Life Improving for Athenians

A recent survey from Eurostat, the European Statistics Authority, shows how Europeans in major cities feel about their their quality of life. There is...

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