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Greek Authorities Call for Calm as Italy Records Seventh Coronavirus Death

Greek authorities have asked the public to remain calm and not panic as neighboring Italy struggles to cope with the unexpected and dramatic rise...

Greece’s Beloved Poet Kiki Dimoula Dies at 89

One of Greece's most famous and beloved poets, Kiki Dimoula, died on Saturday at the age of 89. Dimoula, née Vasiliki Radou, was rushed to...

Anarchists Warn People Not to Park Near Luxury Cars They Want to Torch

An unprecedented statement was published on Thursday by a self-declared Greek Anarchist  group on a website long known for its anarchist content. The so-called "Anarchist Night...

Cypriots New European Champions in Getting Married

Marriage is a serious, life-long commitment, and thus the decision to get married is never an easy one, right? Well, not necessarily, when we are...

Diocese of Thessaloniki Ordains the City’s First African Deacon

Father George (Georgios), the first African deacon in the known history of the city’s diocese, was ordained a Deacon by Thessaloniki’s bishop Anthimos recently. Father George, who...

Greece Activates Civil Protection Plan for Potential Santorini Volcano Eruption

The General Secretariat for Greece's Civil Protection has issued a new plan for addressing the consequences of a possible eruption of the ancient --...

Greek Exports Show Signs of Standing Strong Against Global Turmoil

Greek exports have shown signs of withstanding external pressure and the economic and political turmoil that characterizes today's global economy. This was obvious according to...

Greek Unemployment Rate Falls to New Record-Low Levels

The Greek unemployment rate fell to 16.5 percent of the workforce in November of 2019, the latest month for which official data is available. The unemployment...

City of Naoussa to Organize Greece’s First Winter Event for Disabled People

The municipality of the city of Naoussa in Central Macedonia announced recently that it will organize the first ''Know The Snow'' event to offer...

Is Omonoia Square Returning to Its Old, Charming Past?

  The historic Omonoia Square in Athens is almost ready, after months of intense work to reshape the face of the Greek capital's most central...

Greece Intensifies Preparations for Potential Coronavirus Cases

Greece's Health authorities, as well as its Health Minister Vassilis Kikilias, are in regular contact with the World Health Organisation (WHO), the European Centre...

5.2 Earthquake Shakes Greece’s Karpathos Island

An earthquake measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale hit 78 km (48 miles) southeast of the Greek island of Karpathos at 15:38 UTC (17:38...

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