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Police Stations Raided in Golden Dawn Probe

Greece's crackdown on the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party in the wake of the killing of a 34-year-old anti-fascist for which one of its members...

Athens Flying Week is Back

This week, Athenians will have the chance to enjoy a unique air spectacle. The Athens Flying Week is back! The second edition of Athens Flying...

Greek Students’ Sex Life Thriving

According to a scientific research that was carried out at the University of Crete among the students of the Nursing Department, there has been...

2013 Greece’s Health Expenditure Similar to 2003

According to information released by the Minister of Labor, Social Security and Welfare in the Parliament, answering   PASOK MP Pyrros Dimas' question, expenditure...

2013 Recession at 4%

The Troika accepts as a basic macroeconomic scenario for this year that recession will reach 4%, compared to the forecast of a 4.2% decline...

Golden Dawn MP’s Former Bodyguard Arrested

Golden Dawn MP Costas Barbarousis'  former bodyguard was arrested by the police in Agrinio, as after a survey carried out at the local Golden...

Greek Skyros Island Eyes Waterway for Seaplanes

The port authority of Skyros, the southernmost of the Greek Sporades islands, recently held meetings with companies that responded to a tender for the...

Greece Wants More Time To Fire Workers

Being squeezed by international lenders to pare the workforce by transferring, suspending or firing civil servants, Greek Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has asked...

Cooperation for Return of Parthenon Marbles

The return of the Parthenon Marbles was at the center of the meeting that the Minister of Culture and Sports Panos Panagiotopoulos held on...

First Greek University Was On Crete

An important center of literature and education of the Byzantine years, which could be considered as the first Greek university, was excavated by Professor...

Draghi Says Greek Runway Debt Manageable

Even as Greece looks likely to need a third bailout and its debt has risen in the last 15 months, European Central Bank President...

Greek Poet Titos Patrikios Gets Lerici Pea Award

Titos Patrikios, one of the most renowned poets of contemporary Europe and Greece, has suffered prison sentences, violence and exile for his political and...

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