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Investors’ Calls for Compensation Over Greek Bailout Rejected by EU Court

The European Union's General Court made public on Thursday that the private investors who wished to be compensated for the losses they endured during...

Anger in Greece as Authorities Choose Not to Participate in Common EU Firefighting Force

Greek media revealed on Wednesday that Greece is notably absent from the newly-established ''RescEU'' initiative, a common European Union fleet dedicated to firefighting. The ''RescEU'' project...

Greeks Remain Favorable Toward the EU, Survey Finds

A new survey published on Wednesday suggests that the majority of Greek citizens believe that Greece has benefited and is going to benefit in the...

Greece Celebrates 40 Years Since it Joined the European Family

The office of the European Commission in Athens organized a massive event in Athens' ''Zappeion Megaron'' on Saturday to celebrate Europe Day and the...

Greece First in EU in New Migrant Arrivals for 2019, UN Confirms

Greece received the biggest number of migrants from January 1 to May 8, the United Nations (UN) confirmed on Friday. According to the UN Migration...

EU Commission President Juncker on Turkish Provocations: ”I Am Cypriot!”

Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission, declared on Thursday afternoon ''I am a Cypriot!'' when asked about the Turkish provocations inside Cyprus' Exclusive Economic...

Survey Finds Greeks Are More Empathetic Toward Refugees Than Other Europeans

A new report published recently shows that the Greek people are more empathetic toward refugees compared to other Europeans. The report, titled ''Attitudes Towards National Identity,...

Greece, Cyprus Among EU Nations Reaching ”Europe 2020” Education Targets

Eurostat announced recently that Greece and Cyprus are among the EU nations which reached or exceeded the targets laid out in the ''Europe 2020''...

Greek Feta Receives Exemption From Proposed US Tariffs on EU Products

Greece's Agricultural Development and Foods Ministry announced on Wednesday that it gained an exemption from an approximate ten percent levy on Greek feta cheese...

Investment in Greece Remains Low Despite Favorable Growth Rate

The ratio between Greece's GDP and the amount of investment in the country is the lowest in the European Union, according to the latest...

Greek Judge Sicilianos Elected President of European Court of Human Rights

Greek judge Linos Alexandros Sicilianos was elected as President of the European Court of Human Rights on Monday. According to a press release issued by the...

Candidate for European Commission Presidency Timmermans Visits Greece

Frans Timmermans, the European Socialists' lead candidate (Spitzenkandidat) for the presidency of the European Commission has been in Athens since Sunday, attending the Movement...

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