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Poll: Greeks Not Convinced With Positive Spin Gov’t Gives on Eurogroup Deal

Despite the government's efforts to put a positive spin on the Eurogroup agreement and the new austerity measures, Greek citizens are not convinced that...

Greek Professor Elected Vice-President of European Committee on Racism

Panteion University Assistant Professor Maria Daniella Marouda has been elected Vice-President of the Council of Europe's European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI). According to...

Turkish Foreign Ministry: Greece Must Respect All Religions

The Turkish Foreign Ministry issued a statement condemning Greece's reaction to the reading of the Quran and call for prayer in Hagia Sophia, accusing...

Analysis: Greek Debt Relief With a ‘Fiscal Straitjacket’

The rescue plan for Greece as agreed in the June 15 Eurogroup is doomed to fail because it is a "fiscal straitjaclet," according to...

Politico: Trump Administration Seeks Insight in U.S.A.-China Relations From Ancient Greek Historian

White House officials are seeking insight into U.S.-China relations from ancient Greek historian Thucydides who chronicled the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta, Politico magazine...

Greece Reacts to New Muslim Prayer, Koran Reading in Hagia Sophia

The Greek government reacted to Wednesday's reading of the Koran and Muslim prayer in Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, despite the strictly secular museum character...

Chinese State Grid Corp Buys 24% of Greek Power Grid Operator

The purchase of a 24 percent stake of Greece's state-owned power grid operator ADMIE by State Grid Corp of China was completed on Wednesday,...

Athens Tourist Spots Surrounded by Garbage Mounts Due to Collectors Strike

The streets of Athens, including major tourist areas, are filled with mounts of garbage as the municipal trash collectors continue their strike that started...

Greek American Teacher of the Year Makes LGBTQ History in Photo With President Trump

Rhode Island's teacher of the year Nikos Giannopoulos wanted to send a message of pride to the LGBTQ community by appearing "visibly queer" in...

Study: 1 in 2 Greek Potential Employees Lack Skills the Market Needs

Despite high unemployment figures, Greek businesses find it difficult to hire because one in two potential employees lacks the skills the market requires, a...