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Greece Plans to Transport 20,000 Migrants From Islands to the Mainland

The Greek government is planning to transfer at least 20,000 migrants and refugees from the islands to the mainland by the end of this...

Exarchia Anarchists Say “We Will Fight” To Defend Neighborhoods

Greek anarchists have pledged to show the authorities that they are “A state within a state” in Exarchia, central Athens, in view of the...

Michalis Chrisochoidis, Greece’s “Terrorist Hunter”, Returns to Center Stage

Greek politician Michalis Chrisochoidis, who is associated with two of the most spectacular successes of the country's security services this century, has been appointed...

Ancient City Discovered in Western Greece

Michalis Chrysochoidis, the Greek Minister of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks, visited the archaeological site of Alikyrna near Missolonghi in western Greece, where an ancient...

One of the World’s Largest Arch Bridges Built in Greece

According to Infrastructure and Transportation Minister Michalis Chrisochoidis’ announcement on Wednesday, August 27, the new arch bridge in Tsakona, at the borders of Messinia and Arcadia,...

Reductions in Public Transport Fares

Greek Minister of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks Michalis Chrisochoidis announced a reduction in public transportation fares from 1.40 to 1.20 euros. The duration of...

OSE Left Without Trains

For the first time since the founding of Hellenic Railways Organization (OSE) in 1920, the company is left without trains and is limited to...

Reception Center to Open For Immigrants

The first Greek reception center for illegal immigrants will open in the next few days in the area of Amigdalesa in the outskirts of...

Malmstrom: Greece Will Be on EU Agenda for Some

The situation in Greece on the immigration front remains "very difficult" and "will be on the EU agenda for some time," the EU Commissioner...

Greece Says It Will Reach 2009 GDP Level In 2-3 Years

Greece will get back to levels of economic output recorded in 2009 within two to three years, economy minister Michalis Chrisochoidis says in an...

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