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Athens’ Main Street Ermou Among The World’s Most Expensive

Athens' Ermou, the city's main retail street, is the 15th most expensive retail street in the world according to Cushman & Wakefield's annual ''Main...

Greeks And Cypriots in the UK After Brexit – What You Need to Know

As British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to find common ground to reach an agreement both domestically and in Brussels before the United Kingdom leaves the...

Former French President Reveals 2015 Phone Call Which Prevented Grexit

Meeting President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos in Athens on Thursday, former French President Francois Hollande referred to the Pavlopoulos' important role during...

Greece Sees Its First Snowfall of the Season

Parts of central Greece were covered by snow on Friday, the first of the season. The mountainous villages around Trikala in Thessaly were the first...

ExxonMobil Vessel Begins Drilling Off Cyprus

The Cyprus government announced Friday that ExxonMobil has started drilling at an offshore oilfield inside the island’s exclusive economic zone. Energy Minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis made...

Angry Crowd Bars SYRIZA Delegation from Athens Polytechnic (video)

A delegation from the governing SYRIZA party, including prominent ministers, was prevented by leftist groups from laying a wreath at the Athens Polytechnic Memorial...

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...

Nations League: Greece’s Win Too Little, Too Late (video)

Greece beat Finland 1-0 in Athens on Thursday, but it was not enough to avert Greece’s elimination from the Nations League competition. It was...

One Arrest Made as Ancient Artifacts Found in House in Grevena

Seventeen ancient archaeological treasures have been discovered in the house of a resident of the West Macedonian city of Grevena. The Hellenic Police arrested the...

War Reparations Council: ‘Greece’s Fair Demands Not Satisfied in the Least’

  The Greek Council for German World War II reparations have sent a letter to the country's prime minister, the president of the Parliament and the leaders...

Chinese Artist’s Statues To Adorn Port of Thessaloniki

Fifteen statues created by the Chinese artist Xu Hongfei will be installed at Pier I of the port of Thessaloniki between December 17 and...

Greek And American Authorities Break up International Cocaine Cartel

Hellenic Police announced on Thursday morning that they have broken up a criminal group that is accused of smuggling large quantities of cocaine using...

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