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Fourteen-Year-Old Girl Dies After Falling Onto Electric Rail Line in Athens

A tragic incident took place in Athens on Thursday afternoon, as a fourteen-year old girl allegedly committed suicide by falling on the electric railways...

Olympiacos BC Fined and Relegated to Greece’s Second Basketball Division

Greece's Olympiacos basketball team will be relegated to the country's Second Basketball division, per a decision which was made public on Thursday. The decision, which was...

Revenues from American Tourists in Greece Up By 119% in First Quarter of 2019

According to the latest figures published by the Bank of Greece recently, revenues that American tourists left in Greece during the first quarter of...

Greek Supreme Court Rules Convicted Terrorist Can Get Another Prison Furlough

The Greek Supreme Court (Areios Pagos) on Thursday overturned a ruling blocking convicted November 17 terrorist Dimitris Koufontinas from receiving another furlough from jail. A...

”Greek Paths of Culture” Wins Europa Nostra Award

The organization ''Greek Paths of Culture'' was among the winners of this year's ''Europa Nostra'' awards, according to an announcement made on Tuesday. According to...

American Tourist Ripped Off With Kalamari Made of Gold on Mykonos

An American tourist visiting Mykonos earlier in May took to social media to protest the high prices charged at a restaurant on this cosmopolitan...

Burglars Steal €1 Million in Cinematic Heist in Metamorphosis

The headquarters of a company based in the Athens suburb of Metamorphosis was robbed during the early hours of Thursday, according to Greek media reports. The...

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...

Karpathos: The Greek Island Where Women Dominate

Karpathos is the second-largest island in the Dodecanese island chain, located southwest of Rhodes. Because of its remote location, local people there have preserved...

Greece Remembers Hero Pilot Who Died Defending Country’s Skies

It was 13 years ago today that the name of Konstantinos Iliakis joined those of Greek military personnel over the years who fell in...

Vandals Storm Athens University Office, Accuse Rector of Wrongdoing

A fresh incident of vandalism of a public place occurred in Athens on Wednesday afternoon. This time, a group of approximately ten individuals, who were...

PM Tsipras Visits Greek-Bulgarian Border to Launch New Gas Pipeline

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras visited the Greek-Bulgarian border, at the village of Kirkovo on Wednesday, to attend a ceremony for the launching of...

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