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5,000 Homeless After Cephalonia Earthquake

Another powerful aftershock rocked the island of Cephalonia in Greece last night, terrifying the thousands of residents who had to spend the night in...

Tsipras Says Samaras In Panic Mode

Major opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) Alexis Tsipras said a decision by Prime Minister and New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras ruling out...

Samaras Says No Early Elections

With his coalition government's support falling, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has insisted that he will stay the course until scheduled elections in 2016,...

New Pilot Project for Student Support

A new pilot project for student educational support entitled “Koinoniko Frontistirio” (study groups with a professor) will be launched in the last quarter of...

November 17 Member Escapes Custody

Christodoulos Xeros, convicted member of the terrorist organization November 17, has absconded after been granted leave to visit his family. His brother, Savvas Xeros,...

European Parliament Vice President Postpones Visit to Athens

European Parliament vice president Othmar Karas has postponed a visit to Athens, Greece, originally scheduled for January 8-9, according to an announcement by the...

Events that Devastated Greece in 2013

Racial attacks, murders, deaths of children, closed universities, doctors on strike, terrorist attacks, unethical employers, trials and harsh sentences, is an image of Greece...

One Out of Five Greek Students Smoke

According to research carried out in 2012 by the Institute of Mental Health, one in five Greek students are smoking. A total of 683...

Kedikoglou: Foreclosures Won’t Affect the Poor

The ongoing battle of foreclosures has not only caused reactions on a social level but also among the parliamentary groups of the coalition government....

The Killing Season Opens in Greece

Some murders are justified. Putting a bullet in Hitler's head would have saved about 40 million lives and spared the world of the horrors...

EYP Questioned About Phone Taps

No one outside the Parliament's Ethics Committee will ever know what he said, but the head of the National Intelligence Service (EYP), Theodoros Dravillas,...

Pangalos Spy Claims Gall Greek Government

Continuing his reputation as a loose cannon even in retirement, former Greek Deputy Prime Minister Theodoros Pangalos' claims that Greece listened in on private...

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