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Greek-American Restaurant Family Offers Thanksgiving Dinner to 14,000 People

More than 14,000 people of different ages, nationalities, religion, race, and educational level enjoyed a festive family Thanksgiving meal thanks to the Manolis Family...

Three Antiquity Smugglers Arrested in Chios Island

An inspection carried out at the port of Chios by members of the Special Missions and the Port Authority Security Office, identified two transport...

ECB Lowers Funding Cup for Greek Banks by €1.1 Billion

The European Central Bank lowered the cap on Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) Greek banks draw from the domestic central bank by 1.1 billion euros...

Black Friday in Greece: Don’t Believe the Hype

Black Friday fever has taken hold of many Greek consumers this week, but even a knee jerk research in sales presented as "Black Friday...

Average Spending per Tourist in Greece Half than That in Spain

Data released this week by the Bank of Greece indicates that average spending per tourist on holiday in Greece over the first nine months...

Weak Olympiakos bid Champions League Adieu After Lisbon Defeat

Whatever slim chances Olympiakos Piraeus had at staying on in UEFA competitions this season were eliminated after an uncontested 3-1 defeat in Lisbon against...

“Van Gogh Alive” Multimedia Exhibition at Megaron Athens

An unprecedented multimedia exhibition built around Van Gogh's paintings which has been making its way around the world, has come to Athens and will...

Body of Man Believed to be Migrant Discovered Near Border

Greek police say the body of a man believed to be a migrant has been found in an abandoned building in the Evros mountainous...

British Movie Icon Robert Pattinson Spotted Sightseeing at the Acropolis

Robert Pattinson arrived in Athens on November 21 to promote his latest film "Good Time"; which premieres in Athens movie theatres on Thursday. The 31-year-old...

Government to Introduce Bill Making Mufti Islamic Jurists Optional for Muslims

Prime minister Alexis Tsipras said his administration would pass legislation to allow Muslim litigants to opt for a Greek court to resolve family disputes,...