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Three Out of Four Greeks Do Not Trust the News, Reuters Study Suggests

The Digital News Report 2019, compiled by the Reuters Institute was published on Wednesday, revealing some interesting facts about the attitude Greeks have toward...

Greek Opposition Blasts Police, Ministers Over Teargas Use

The Greek opposition demanded the resignation of ministers after dozens of people were injured during clashes between police and demonstrators at the Athens rally...

Stranded Sailors Off Crete Call for Help

Members of the crew of the bulk carrier St Elias, managed by a Greek company based in Piraeus, say that they are running out...

AEK, PAOK Kick-Off Greek Season with Wins (video)

AEK and PAOK kicked off the new season in Greece with wins against Pas Giannina and Asteras Tripolis respectively. SuperLeague champions AEK produced a solid...
Sunset at the Lighthouse of Santorini.

The Romantic Lighthouse of Santorini

The alluring island of Santorini has been attracting tourists for a long time. While many people spend their days visiting the enchanting towns of...

Harvard University Report: Child Refugees in Greece Forced to Sell Sex to Fund Journey...

Many child refugees in Greece are left with no choice other than to sell sex in order to pay their way to Europe, says...

How the Mediterranean Diet Could Be the Secret to Living a Healthy Life

A new book might just be the answer to your dietary issues if you are looking to eat health and still enjoy your food. The book,...

Cypriot Deposits Increase for 4th Consecutive Month, Loans Reach 7.5-Year Low

Cyprus' bank deposits increased in July this year for the fourth consecutive month, data released by the country's central bank showed on Friday. Total...

Greek PM Holds Cabinet Meetings Ahead of Crucial Monday Eurogroup

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has started a series of meetings with key cabinet members hoping to reach an agreement with creditors during Monday's Eurogroup. The...

Further Clashes Erupt Between Migrants in Pireaus

Further signs of tension were evident early today at the Piraeus port in the city of Athens, Greece when minor scuffles broke out between Afghan migrants....

PM’s Tweet Welcomes Arabic Programming for Refugees

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hailed decisions by the state broadcaster ERT and the ANA-MPA news agency to offer news content in Arabic in...

ADEDY Will Join GSEE’s March Protest on March 9

The General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE) has scheduled a protest march for March 9 against the government’s plan for the reform of the...

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