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Momentous Foo Fighters’ Acropolis Concert to Air on PBS (video)

It was one of the most successful rock'n'roll concerts held in Athens in recent years. On July 10, iconic American rock band the Foo...

Stephen Fry Trilogy Play on Ancient Greece to Premiere in Ontario Festival

Three solo theatre shows based on Greek Mythology and featuring noted British comedian Stephen Fry will get their world premiere at the Shaw Festival...

New Survey Shows 81.8% of Greeks Use the Internet

It's always been an area where the Greeks have had less experience with, compared to the rest of the western world, but things relating...

Greek Government to Invest in Kastellorizo Island Desalination

Greece's General Secretariat for the Aegean and Island Policy and the country's shipping industry have signed a €870,000 ($1 million) contract to build a...

Greece’s Aegean Air and Bahrain’s Gulf Air in Codeshare Agreement

Greece's Aegean Airlines and Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, have entered into a codeshare partnership widening their respective networks across Europe and...

Kendall Jenner Visits Mykonos, Praises Greece

International reality star Kendall Jenner enjoyed her first Greek vacation in the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos and had nothing but huge praises reserved for...

Greek Fin Min Tsakalotos to Remain in his Post Until August 2018

Government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said that Finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos will most certainly remain in his post until the end of the upcoming bailout...

Greek Government Asks EU for Help to Fight Wildfires

The Greek government has officially requested European civil protection assistance to help combat the forest fires raging near Athens, a spokesperson of the fire...

Magnitude 4.9 Earthquake Off Santorini

A magnitude 4.9 eqrthquake on the Richter scale, occured in the sea surrounding the islands of Santorini, Milos and Amorgos on 18.53 on Wednesday. The...

Greek Pay-TV Suffers Losses Due to Taxes and Piracy

The Greek pay-TV market has suffered a rare loss in subscriber numbers, with 15,000 fewer customers at the end of the first half of...