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Italian Police Arrest Colombians Wanted for Greek Hospital Thefts

Italian police have arrested two Colombian men suspected of being part of a gang which stole expensive medical equipment from Greek public hospitals in...

All Eyes on Eurogroup for Greek Debt Relief, Post-Bailout Scrutiny

Athens has its eyes on Luxembourg this Thursday as a crucial meeting of eurozone finance ministers is expected to decide on Greek debt relief and...

Melbourne’s Preston Market Celebrates Big Fat Greek Day 2

After last year's success, the Big Fat Greek Day 2 at Preston Market on Sunday promises great Greek fun with dancing, live music, roving...

The Discovery of the Venus de Milo Statue

It was the morning of April 8, 1820 when a Milos island farmer named Giorgos (or Theodoros) Kentrotas was digging in ancient ruins in...

Data of Greek Assets Abroad in Hands of Authorities

Information on deposits and financial assets that Greek taxpayers keep abroad started coming to the hands of tax authorities as part of an exchange...

40% of Greek Expats ‘Not Coming Back’

Eight in ten people who left Greece to work abroad due to the economic crisis are university degree holders, while four out of ten...

Greece to be Subject to Strict Post-Bailout Surveillance

Greece will be subject to strict surveillance by European institutions after the end of the third bailout program in August. According to a document seen...

National Hellenic Museum Marks Refugee Day with Powerful Photo Exhibition

The National Hellenic Museum in Chicago is marking World Refugee Day with a special photo exhibition -- Lives Afloat: The Greek Refugee Crisis through...

Football Season in Turkey to be Named after Legendary Greek Player

The new football season in Turkey will be named after Greek player Lefteris Antoniadis (Lefter Kucukandonyadis), who is considered to be one of the...

Legendary Onassis Yacht Docks at Greece’s Piraeus Port (video)

The legendary 99-meter yacht Christina O that belonged to Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis has docked at Piraeus Port as a stop on a Mediterranean cruise. The...