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Could the Plague of Athens Have Been Caused by Ebola?

Many scientists believe that the first Ebola virus outbreak occurred in 1976 in the Democratic Republic of Congo (then known as Zaire) in Africa,...

OECD: Greeks are Hardest Working People in Europe

Greeks are the hardest working people in Europe, since they work 2,037 hours per year, a OECD study shows. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development...

Film Industry Could Lead to Greek Economy Growth

A new study conducted by the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) think tank and the Hellenic Film Academy (HFA) suggests that Greece needs to offer incentives...

Urgent Measures Needed to Create Jobs in Greece

Faced with an “anaemic” pace of job creation and nearly 1.3 million unemployed citizens, Greece risks a prolonged social crisis unless urgent measures are...

Swiss Bank: Greek Households Lose 170 Billion Euros Due to Crisis

A new study conducted by the Julius Baer Group, a Swiss private bank, has found that the last seven years of devastating economic downfall have...

Study: Cigarette Consumption in Greece Declines to 20 Bln Pieces

Fast Market Research, a leading company in the market research field, has conducted a study regarding cigarette consumption in Greece. The study, entitled "World Cigarettes Greece,"...

Cyprus University Study on Femicide Crimes

Many children end up living as orphans due to femicide crimes, which are the subject of a study conducted by the University of Cyprus...

Study Shows Tax Cheats Costing Greece $14 Billion Annually

As Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' shaky coalition government seeks to hammer out $14.16 billion in cuts demanded by international lenders - with workers,...

Study Ranks Greece Among the 10 Heaviest Countries of the World

A team of scientists estimated for the first time the total human biomass of the adult population of the planet, its distribution by region...

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