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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...

Fruitless Search for Missing Polish Climber in Crete Called Off

An intensive search operation to locate a 64-year-old Polish man who went missing in Crete's Chania region on April 13 has now been called...

Greece Leads EU in Reducing Number of Fatal Road Accidents

The nation of Greece has managed to reduce the number of fatal road accidents by 45 percent between 2010 and 2018, according to the...

Cyprus in Shock as Officer of the National Guard Admits He’s a Serial Killer

The Cypriot Police are investigating the murders of three people after a 35-year old officer of the National Guard admitted that he killed a...

Alexander The Great Statue Unveiled in Athens

A stunning bronze statue of Alexander the Great was unveiled in central Athens on Friday morning by the Mayor of Athens, George Kaminis. The low-key...

75-Year Old Greek Man Shocked to Discover That He Owes €3 Billion in Taxes

An incredible story surfaced on Friday on Crete's ekriti website, involving a 75-year old man and the debts he purportedly owes to his local tax...

Four People Injured As Lightning Strikes the Acropolis

Four people were injured on Wednesday afternoon on the Acropolis, as a lightning strike hit the ancient hill. According to the first information available, the...

Greece’s Trikala to Offer Electric Vehicles for Public Use Inside the City

Greece's city of Trikala continues its tradition of innovation, being the first Greek -- and one of the very few European cities -- to...

Greece’s High Schools To Start at Nine o’Clock Instead of 8:15 Beginning Next Year

Greece's high schools are expected to begin their day forty-five minutes later than usual next year, according to deputy Minister of Education Merope Tzoufi. Speaking with...

First — and Only — Statue of Alexander the Great in Athens to...

The statue of Alexander the Great was raised in central Athens on Wednesday morning by workers from the municipality of Athens. The statue is located...

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