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Greek Migration Min Mouzalas: Government Aiming to Construct Indoor Migrant Centers at Hotspots

Migration Minister Yiannis Mouzalas made a plea to the residents of the northern Aegean islands to contribute to the construction of reception centers for the migrants...

Glassdoor Reports: Two Greek Cities Among the Cheapest to Live in the EU [images]

Business Insider UK recently published a Glassdoor report titled "Which Countries in Europe Offer the Best Standard of Living?" which takes into consideration the wages...

Eurobarometer Report: Greeks Do Not Trust National Media

According to the report 2016 Eurobarometer Survey on Media Pluralism and Democracy, Greeks have very little to no trust in the national media. The data...

Attica Municipalities Given 2,129 Years to Pay off Debts

How long will it take for three of Attica's municipalities to pay off their debts? The answer is stunning, as according to an article...

President Pavlopoulos Says The Gravest Danger is Collapse of the Welfare State

One of the biggest reforms linked to U.S. President Barack Obama, due in Athens in two days time, were the efforts to restore the...

Rioters Attack Police with Petrol Bombs in Exarchia

Early Saturday morning clashes between rioters and the police took place near the Athens Polytechnic in Exarchia. Sources report that following a group of unidentified...

ND Spokesman Koumoutsakos Accuses PM Tsipras of Being Isolated From the People and Destroying...

Nothing has changed and nothing will change with this government, stated New Democracy (ND) spokesman Giorgos Koumoutsakos on Sunday. He went on to express that...

ANEL Votes Against Provisions to Complete Construction of Mosque in Votanikos

Independent Greeks (ANEL), the junior coalition partner, voted against a provision that will speed up the construction of a mosque in Votanikos, an area...

Greek Orthodox Church Will Not Face Tax Hikes

Interim Economy Minister in Greece's caretaker government; Nikos Christodoulakis spoke with Ieronymos II; the Archbishop of Athens and All Greece, on Tuesday, assuring him that he had...

Cyprus has 9,152 Illiterate Persons

There are 9,152 illiterate people in Cyprus, of which 6,776 are women, according to Yiannis Yiannaki; Commissioner for Volunteerism and NGOs.  Moreover 5,575 have never attended...

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