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Downtown Athens Redevelopment Project Gets “Green Light”

A 78.5-million-euro project for the redevelopment of the Panepistimiou-Patission axis, the extension of the tram line and related traffic measures that will breath new...

Greek Inspirations on St. Valentine’s Day

If love could be defined, then it would contain the most intense and vitalizing feeling, but also the most oppressive one, as it requires...

Messinian Olive Oil Leads Greek Olive Oil Production

The prefecture of Messinia has been declared the leading Greek prefecture in olive oil production. Thirty-eight percent of this year's olive oil production in...

Greeks Make Extra Cutbacks on Expenses

  According to a survey conducted by the Boston Consulting Group regarding the mentality of consumers in Greece, the majority of Greek consumers are planning...

Plans on Greece’s Return to Markets

While talking to the Financial Times, the head of the Greek Public Debt Management Agency (ODDH) presented his arguments in favor of Greece returning to...

Northern Greece: Treasure Hunters

  A multi-member group of Greeks from Thessaloniki and Serres have started digging in several spots in a nearby region of Amphipolis, north Greece, looking...

EU Elections: Greeks Residing in Other EU Countries

The Greek interior ministry has already commenced its preparations for organizing the Greek vote in the upcoming European parliament elections for Greek citizens who...

Man Charged With Raping 16-Year-Old Girl in Patras

A 16-year-old girl from Patras had disappeared without a trace last Saturday after telling her parents she was going to have coffee with a...

Greek Farmers at Roadblocks Ahead of Thursday’s Meeting with FinMin

Greek Farmers representatives are expected to meet with Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras on Thursday in Athens, while any crucial decisions on further protests will...

Press Freedom in Greece Drops After ERT Shutdown (Video)

Reporters Without Borders have noticed a further decline in press freedom in Greece. The organization recently published a report that depicts the sad truth...

Bloomberg: ‘Europe Can’t Let Greece Drown in Debt’

A recently published Bloomberg article presents the mistakes of troika's policy and stresses that the European partners of Greece should help the country avoid...

German Family Makes Touching Video on Kefalonia

A German family who loves Greece has made a touching video for the Greek island of Kefalonia that is suffering from severe earthquake damages. The...

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