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Humanity’s First ‘Computer’ Was Found in Greek Shipwreck

It was exactly 116 years ago -- 17 May 1902 -- when Spirydon Stais visited a museum that housed treasures from an ancient shipwreck. Among them...

Maria Sakkari Stuns Karolina Pliskova in Italian Open

Maria Sakkari beat World No.5 Karolina Pliskova, in the second round of the Italian Open on Wednesday. The loss was a shock for Pliskova as...

Parliament Speaker: Release of Two Greek Soldiers More Pressing than Ever

The release of the two Greek soldiers is more pressing than ever, Parliament Speaker Nikos Voutsis said on Wednesday after visiting the servicemen being...

FYROM has No Alternative to EU and NATO, Prime Minister Zaev says

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has no alternative but to become a member of NATO and the European Union, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev...

Quad-Bike Renters Picket Mykonos, Naxos Ports in Road-Ban Protest

Mykonos police and port authority are braced for protests on Wednesday as owners of businesses which rent all-terrain vehicles to tourists are blocking the port...

Electronics Hit With New 2% Greek Government Tax

The Greek government has added yet another tax on goods and services, this time being a two-percent percent levy on the purchase of personal...

New Lecture Focuses on Greek-Australian Photographer’s Work

A lecture on the work of renowned Greek-Australian documentary photographer Effy Alexakis will take place at the Greek Centre in Melbourne next Thursday, May...

IMF Presses European Creditors for Greek Debt Relief Plan by Next Week

The International Monetary Fund is pressing Greece's European creditors to agree on a debt relief program as soon as next week to ensure that...

Tsipras, the Keffiyeh Scarf and Cooperation with Israel

It was July 2014, only months before Alexis Tsipras and SYRIZA were elected as the first ever leftist government in Greece. It was just another...

Taxman Busts Businesses on Greek Islands

Early revenue inspections on some popular Greek islands appear to have seen dozens of businesses fall foul of the taxman. After a raid by Independent Authority...