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Eco Groups Warn Greece is Not Prepared to Respond to Marine Disasters

Environmental groups warn that Greece is unprepared to deal with marine disasters, in the aftermath of the destructive oil spill in Salamis that soon...

Greece, Italy Have Paid a High Price on Migration, PM Tsipras says

"Italy and Greece have paid a very high price" due to the migration crisis, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Thursday, following a...

Unemployment in Greece Slides to 21.1% in Second Quarter

The jobless rate in Greece dropped to 21.1 percent in April-to-June from 23.3 percent in the first quarter, according to a Hellenic Statistical Authority...

FYROM Wants Accession to EU Talks to Start, Greece Objects due to Name Dispute

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) wants to start the process of accession to the European Union, but Greece objects because of the...

Tourists in Greece Spend Less than in Spain and Cyprus

Foreign visitors to Greece in June spent far less than they did in Spain or Cyprus, a Kathimerini newspaper report says. On average, each visitor...

Eldorado Gold Gets Two Permits to Operate in Northern Greece, More Permits Due

The back and forth discussions between the Greek State and Eldorado Gold mining company continues, with the Canadian company receiving two of the permits...

Greek Transport Minister Slams German Company for Poor Running of Regional Airports

Greece's Minister of Infrastructure and Transport Christos Spirtzis on Tuesday launched an attack against German company Fraport for not sufficiently running the 14 regional...

Archaeological Council Meeting Postponement Generates Uncertainty over Former Athens Airport Investment

The uncertainty over the investment at the former Athens airport in Hellinikon, continues after the postponement of the meeting of the Central Archaeological Council...

Spilled Oil Pollution from Salamis Shipwreck Reaches Piraeus Coast

On Tuesday night, strong winds swept away large chunks of oil slick that were the result of Sunday's sinking of the anchored oil tanker...

First Greek American from Chicago Killed in World War II to be Memorialized

Leo A. Loumbas, the first Greek American from Chicago that was killed in World War II, is to be remembered at a 75 year...