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‘Rubicon’ Anarchists Vandalize Council of State Premises (video)

About 70 members of the Rubicon anarchist group stormed into the Council of State building in central Athens on Monday vandalizing the facade and...

I was Attacked by Organized Fascists, says Thessaloniki Mayor

"You know why this thing happened on the weekend? Because we opened the doors and windows of this city so that some fresh air...

French Energy Giant Total to Expand Natural Gas Search in Cyprus’ EEZ

French energy giant TOTAL applied to the Cyprus government to acquire a stake in block license 8 in the island's Exclusive Economic Zone currently...

May 19: Remembering the Pontic-Greek Genocide 1913-1922

On Feb. 24, 1994, the Greek parliament voted unanimously in favor of recognizing the Pontian Genocide and instituted May 19 as a Remembrance Day. The...

Santorini Voted Best Island in Europe for 5th Consecutive Year

Santorini, Mykonos and Crete have been awarded as best islands in Europe and Greece among the top 10 destinations for historical treasures in the...

Campaigners Plan Special Dive to Clean Santorini’s Seas

Campaigners from the Healthy Seas Initiative are to carry out the first-ever live clean-up of abandoned fishing gear from a protected area of the...

Time is Running Out, says IMF about Participation in Greece’s Bailout

Time is running out for the financial participation of the Fund in Greece's third bailout program, said International Monetary Fund spokesman Gerry Rice on...

New Poll Records the Largest Difference Between New Democracy, SYRIZA

A new poll conducted by Public Issue and published on Thursday records the biggest difference between New Democracy and SYRIZA at 19 percent. The main...

Byzantine Church on Greek Island Wins European Heritage Award

The Byzantine church of Hagia Kyriaki on Naxos is one of the winners of the 2018 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards, an...

Greek Heiress Corinne Mentzelopoulos Turns Winery into $1B Business

  Greek heiress Corinne Mentzelopoulos has turned the famous Chateau Margaux in France into a $1 billion business, according to a Bloomberg report. Mentzopoulos is the daughter...