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Greece and Italy View Macron Presidency in France With Optimism

Italy and Greece view France's likely next president Emmanuel Macron with optimism, as he is an opponent of economic austerity and pro-European Union. Greek Prime...

Confiscations for Debtors to Greek State Rise Dramatically

Tax Office confiscations for those who owe to the Greek State are increasing rapidly, as in the first two months of the year 33,933...

Greek Canadians to Give ‘Sculpture of the Greek Immigrant’ as Gift to the City...

The "Sculpture of the Greek Immigrant" will soon be ready to be placed at the intersection of Park Avenue and Jean-Talon Street in Montreal...

German Philhellene Revives Ancient Delphic Games (video)

Philhellene Christian Kirsch is the founder of the International Delphic Council, an organization that revives the Pythian Games of Delphi -- or Delphic Games...

Thessaloniki Port Sold to French-German Consortium

A joint venture of Deutsche Invest Equity Partners, with its subsidiary CMA CGM, Terminal Link and the Savvidis Group are to acquire 67% of...

Barcelona Legend Puyol Talks Soccer With Refugees in Greece

Former Spain and Barcelona captain Carles Puyol visited refugee camps in Thessaloniki where he talked soccer and posed for photos with refugees on Sunday. The...

Europe-IMF Still Disagree on Greek Debt Relief Measures, Primary Surpluses

European creditors and the International Monetary Fund are still in disagreement over debt relief measures for Greece, as time is running out for the...

Convicted Former Minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos Returns to Prison After Failing to Make Bail

Former minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos who was out of prison for surgery is forced to return after failing to raise 200,000 euros to pay for...

Popular Greek Actor Stathis Psaltis Passes Away at 66

Stathis Psaltis, one of the most popular comedians of the past few decades, passed away at on Friday April 21, after losing his battle...

April 21, 2017: The 50th Anniversary of a Dark Day in Greece’s Modern History...

Athenians who are over 50 years old probably have some memories of that Spring morning of April in 1967, when the radio was playing...