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Ryanair: Greeks, Pay for Your Chance to be Hired

In a period of high unemployment, such as the one that Greece is going through with 60 percent of youth unemployment, the news that...

British Government Funds Greece’s Project for Voluntary Return of Migrants

The Greek Minister of Public order and Citizen Protection, Nikos Dendias, jointly with the British Ambassador, John Kittmer, announced the launch of a 2...

World Travel Awards Ceremony to be Held in Greece

The World Travel Awards (WTA), the “Oscars of the travel industry” as they are called, will be held for the first time in Greece....

‘Get Married in Greece’: New EOT Campaign

The Greek National Tourism Organization (EOT) is planning honeymoon offers in order to increase the flow of Chinese tourists in Greece. Five trips to Greece...

Google’s Competition for Greek Software Engineers

For the first time, Google Quiz will be coming to Greece to challenge Greek Software Engineers. On the occasion of the international conference “Developer Days”...

Greek Red Cross Faces Eradication

The danger of Greece being expelled from the International Red Cross constitutes a huge issue with international impact. According to sources, Piraeus Bank that...

Gold Mine Protesters Injured after Confrontation with Greek Police

  A confrontation that took place between locals and Greek police on Thursday, February 19, in Skouries, northern Greece, resulted in injuries. The locals were...

Study Introduces a New Domestic Currency for Greece

A study focusing on the introduction of a new domestic currency for Greece, called the “Geuro,” which will be used parallel to the current...

2013 Report on Greek Financial Crimes

The Hellenic Anti-Money Laundering, Counter-Terrorist Financing and Source of Funds Investigation Authority released on Tuesday its annual report for the past year, which comprises...

Greek Farmers Stage Large Rally in Athens

One of the largest protest rallies by farmers was held on Wednesday in Athens' Vathi Square, followed by a march to Parliament and Syntagma...

Life Lesson From Greek Athlete with Artificial Limb

Greek athlete Michalis Seitis from the island of Rhodes lost his leg last year in a road accident but he is ready to compete again....

Stiffer Draft Bill Against Child Abuse and Pornography

The Greek Ministry of Justice is forming a new bill of eighteen provisions in an effort to deal with the sexual abuse and exploitation...

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