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OECD Releases Cautiously Positive Report for Greek Economy

The Greek economy is projected to grow by 2.1 percent in 2020 and 2.0 percent in 2021, after experiencing a 1.8 percent growth rate...

Greece to Make Minimum Guaranteed Income a Constitutional Right

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced on Tuesday that his government will bring forward a constitutional amendment guaranteeing a basic income for all of...

2019 Greek Primary Surplus Exceeds Target By Several Billion Euros

The Greek state budget recorded a primary surplus of 5.755 billion euros in the period from January-October, significantly exceeding budget targets for a surplus...

Thinking of Smoking in Public Places in Greece? Better Think Again

A Joint Ministerial Decision published in Greece's Government Gazette on Friday enforces new, much tougher fines for those who violate the smoking ban in...

”Una Faccia, Una Razza”: The Fascinating Story of Greco-Italian Bonds

From cuisine, physical appearance, and, linguistic similarities to their massive cultural interrelationships, Greeks and Italians have so much in common, that one would need...

Passenger Traffic in Greek Airports Rises Even Further in 2019

Passenger traffic in Greek airports grew by 5.1 percent in the period from January - October this year, totaling 60,262,301 passengers, the Greek Civil...

Popular English First Names You Had No Idea Were Actually Greek

Every young couple who is expecting a child at some point has to face the difficult task of choosing a name for their newborn, whether...

Greek Police Clear Out Another Migrant Squat in Exarcheia, Athens

Greek police initiated a new operation in downtown Athens' Exarcheia neighborhood on Tuesday morning in their ongoing efforts to clear squatters from buildings there. The...

Meteorologists Issue Warnings for Severe Thunder and Hail Storms from ”Victoria”

The storm dubbed ''Victoria'' arrived in Greece at noontime Tuesday, initiating a series of adverse weather phenomena, beginning with the Ionian islands and western...

Greece Scraps Reinstatement of Blasphemy Law Following Public Outcry

Greek Minister of Justice Costas Tsiaras announced on Tuesday that the government is now withdrawing its decision to reintroduce the criminalization of blasphemy in...

Study Finds More Than One in Three Greek Children Are Overweight

According to this year's findings from the ''Feel4Diabetes'' study, funded by the European Union and conducted in six of its member states, Greek children...

Police Operation in Athens’ Economics and Business University Busts Anarchists’ Hideout

A large police operation inside the premises of the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) took place in the early hours of Sunday. Large...

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