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Greek State Budget Surplus Up by €1 Billion Compared to First Quarter of 2018

The Greek state budget recorded a primary surplus of €1.85 billion in the first quarter of 2019, up from a surplus of €840 million...

Greece’s Trikala to Offer Electric Vehicles for Public Use Inside the City

Greece's city of Trikala continues its tradition of innovation, being the first Greek -- and one of the very few European cities -- to...

Greece’s High Schools To Start at Nine o’Clock Instead of 8:15 Beginning Next Year

Greece's high schools are expected to begin their day forty-five minutes later than usual next year, according to deputy Minister of Education Merope Tzoufi. Speaking with...

First — and Only — Statue of Alexander the Great in Athens to...

The statue of Alexander the Great was raised in central Athens on Wednesday morning by workers from the municipality of Athens. The statue is located...

PM Tsipras Afraid of Greek Diaspora Vote, Says Opposition

The main opposition New Democracy (ND) party accused Prime Minister Alexis Τsipras on Tuesday of treating the Diaspora as second-class Greeks after he revealed...

Greek Airports See Nine Percent Rise in Passenger Traffic in First Quarter of 2019

Greek airports recorded a total of nine percent more passenger traffic during the first three months of this year so far, compared to the...

Greece Renews Demand for Hundreds of Billions in War Reparations from Germany

The Greek parliament on Wednesday voted overwhelmingly in favor of a motion which demands that Germany pay more than 300 billion euros in reparations...

Greek Photojournalist Wins Pulitzer Prize

Reuters photojournalist Alkis Konstantinidis has just won the Pulitzer Prize in the "Breaking News Photography" category along with other photographers of the multimedia news...

Greek Students Win Gold in Auto Engineering World Competition (video)

Greek students from Philothei High School in Athens won the global technology competition "Land Rover 4x4 in Schools" which took place in the English...

Greek Wildlife Sanctuary Adopts Adorable Bear Cubs (video)

The brown bear sanctuary "Arcturos" on Tuesday announced the adoption of two three-month-old orphaned bear cubs - named "Bradley" and "Cooper" - which were...

Municipality of Athens Launches Refugee Integration Program

"Curing the Limbo", a new pilot program for refugee integration, was presented on Monday by the Municipality of Athens. The program is a European pilot...

PM Tsipras Confirms Greece Plans To Repay IMF Loans Earlier

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Monday that Greece plans to repay its more expensive IMF loans earlier than it needs to, in...

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