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Santorini is New Hot Spot for Foreign Weddings

Over one thousand weddings of couples from other countries took place on the spectacularly beautiful Greek island of Santorini this past summer. And the trend...

Anarchist Gets 5-Month Suspended Sentence for Threatening Hospital Staff

Evelpidon Street court complex: file photo Giorgos Kalaitzidis, a leading member of the anarchist group Rubicon, received a five-month suspended sentence on Wednesday for attempted unlawful...

Don’t Tell the Italians — It was Greeks Who Invented Pizza

When we hear the word pizza, our minds travel first to the delicious flat bread that comes out of the oven topped with melted...

Greek State Delays Winery Deal for a Debt of 3 Cents

A Dutch businessman railed against against the Greek State this week, furious at the unnecessary delaying of his business deal for a debt of...

European Commission Approves Greece’s 2019 Budget

The European Commission on Wednesday approved Greece's budget for 2019, the first budget drawn up after the bailout of 2015, while urging the country...

Rightist Populist Parties on the Rise — With Greece the Leftist Exception

Populist parties in Europe have tripled their parliamentary power in the past 20 years, with most of them leaning to the right with the...

” A World Without Smoking” Conference Held in Trikala

Philanthropist George D. Behrakis (L) and Trikala Mayor Dimitris Papastergiou (R) The ninth Panhellenic Student Conference, titled "Education for a World Without Smoking"    was...

Greek Bureaucracy Blocks Relief Fund Distribution to Victims of East Attica Fires

House Speaker Nikos Voutsis announced today that out of the 37.7 million euros collected for emergency aid to the victims of the deadly East...

Greek Government Vows to Improve Migrant Living Conditions

The Greek government aims to transfer 6,000 people from island refugee areas to the mainland by early 2019, Migration Policy Minister Dimitris Vitsas said...

Church of Greece Holy Synod Decides Priests Should Remain on State Payroll

The Church of Greece Hierarchy on Friday decided to continue dialogue with the State on the proposed changes to the church/state relationship, but it took...

How The Athens Polytechnic Uprising Ideals of Freedom and Democracy Lost their Glow

In November 1973, it had been six and a half years since Greece was placed under strict military rule. Opponents of the junta who...

“Museum of Greek Refugees” Project Presented

The presentation of plans for a museum of Greek history took place on Wednesday at the Acropolis Museum auditorium and was attended by luminaries...

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