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Survey Finds Greeks Are More Empathetic Toward Refugees Than Other Europeans

A new report published recently shows that the Greek people are more empathetic toward refugees compared to other Europeans. The report, titled ''Attitudes Towards National Identity,...

Greek Authorities Revoke License for Tall Building Near Acropolis

The Greek Ministry of Culture revoked the license for the construction of a new, multi-level building which had been planned for Athens' Koukaki neighborhood...

Study Finds 15,000 Greeks Die Annually From Smoking-Related Causes

A new study, presented by the Hellenic Thoracic Society (HTC) on Saturday in Trikala, Greece, showed that approximately fifteen thousand Greeks die every year...

Bureaucracy Limiting Number of Luxury Yachts Visiting Greece, Experts Warn

Professionals from businesses in Greece which work with foreign yacht-leasing companies, as well as owners of ultraluxury yachts, claim that Greek bureaucratic madness is forcing them...

Athens’ Henry Dunant Hospital To Return To Greece’s National Healthcare System

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras chaired a meeting on Monday at Maximos Mansion in Athens with the managing director of Piraeus Bank and the president of...

Greek Language Center Uses Scrabble to Promote Greek Around the World

The organization called the Center for the Greek Language (KEΓ) and the Greek Scrabble Union agreed recently to join forces and introduce the world-famous...

Remote Work in Greece Lags Behind Other EU Countries

A new report published by the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) on Friday suggests that only five percent of Greece's workforce works from home as...

”Cretaquarium”: Greece’s Largest Aquarium is on Crete

Cretaquarium, or as it is also known, "Thalassokosmos," is Greece's largest and most famous aquarium. Located near the town of Gournes on Crete, it is...

Athens’ Alexander the Great Statue Vandalized With Graffiti

Just a few days after the official unveiling of the statue of Alexander the Great in central Athens, unknown vandals painted slogans on its...

Greeks Owe More Than €104 Billion to the State, Official Data Reveals

The latest figures published last week by Greece’s Independent Authority of Public Revenue (AADE) revealed that unpaid taxes to the Greek state now amount...

Study Finds Greeks Are the World’s Most Stressed People

A survey conducted recently which polled more than 150,000 people in 143 different countries suggests that the Greeks are the most stressed people in...

Magnitude 4.1 Earthquake Shakes Greece’s Peloponnesian Peninsula

An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.1 on the Richter scale hit southeast of the Peloponnesian town of Dimitsana on Holy Thursday at 14:18...

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