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Trump-Tsipras Meeting in White House Leaves Both Sides Satisfied

U.S. President Donald Trump said his country supports "responsible debt relief" for Greece, while Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said there is a "fruitful...

Alexis Tsipras Is First Greek PM to Visit National Hellenic Museum in Chicago

Alexis Tsipras became the first Greek Prime Minister to visit the National Hellenic Museum in Chicago on October 15th. The Greek PM, during his official...

Chapel on Rhodes Bans Weddings after Lewd Act by British Couple

The chapel of Agios Pavlos in Lindos, on the island of Rhodes has banned foreign weddings after a couple of British newlyweds posted pictures...

Despite Government Boasting Over Growth, Greeks Get Poorer, Businesses Keep Shutting Down

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is packing his bags to leave for the United States for an official meeting with President Donald Trump. With him...

Greek Politicians, Athens Mayor Condemn Lawyer’s Murder

Politicians and the mayor of Athens have unanimously condemned the murder of prominent lawyer Michalis Zafeiropoulos, some expressing worry over security in the  capital. President of...

Greece in Shock as Police Investigate Lawyer’s Murder

Hellenic Police (ELAS) are continuing their investigation on the murder of lawyer Michalis Zafeiropoulos, while mainly focusing on two men between 30-40 years old,...

Lesvos Mayor: We will Relive Days of 2015 with Refugee Influx

The rapid increase of migrant inflows from Turkey has forced Mayor of Lesvos, Spyros Galinos, to send a plea of help to Parliament President Nikos...

ELSTAT: Greek Household Spending Shrinks 2.5%

Greek household spending has further shrunk 2.5 percent annually, according to figures released by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT), on Wednesday. Total monthly spending of...

Santorini Mayor: Success Might Turn Against the Island

The huge success the island enjoys now that it has become a year-round tourist destination might turn against us, says Santorini Mayor Anastasios-Nikolaos Zorzos. The...

Metal Crane from Parthenon to be Replaced by Lighter One

The stiff leg derrick crane that was put on the Parthenon of the Acropolis in 1984 for restoration works, is to be replaced by a lighter...