Dawn: A 7,000-year-old Teenager Introduces Herself in Acropolis Museum

An 18-year-old girl who lived in Greece 7,000 years ago and was discovered by archaeologists in Theopetra cave, near the city of Trikala, has had her face reconstructed and is about to officially introduce...

Greek Police Coy over Erdogan Link to DHKP-C Arrests

Speculation is swirling in Greek local media that Tuesday’s arrests of nine Turkish nationals in a series of police raids could be linked to an impending visit by Turkish leader, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Eight men...

EU Commissioner Hahn Sees FYROM Name Issue with Greece Resolved in 2018

EU enlargement commissioner Johannes Hahn has said he hopes a political decision with Greece on the start of membership talks with FYROM will be taken in the first half of 2018, Austrian media reported. "We...

General Strike Called by Greek Labour Unions for Mid-December

The country's biggest labour unions have called a new general strike next month against bailout-linked austerity policies, as the government launches new talks with its international rescue creditors. The ADEDY civil servants' union called the...

Break the Chain Festival to Raise Awareness and “Stop Human Trafficking”

The Break the Chain Festival, returns to Athens on Friday and Saturday, December 1 and 2, on the occasion of the World Day for the Abolition of Slavery. With the motto, "Do not remain unpaid! Break...

Michael Skibbe to Remain Greece’s Football Coach for Two More Years

German coach Michael Skibbe took over as Greece's national football coach after a disastrous two years; when the team's performance was at an all time low, and managed to reshape its fighting spirit. This fact...

Population of North Cyprus More than Doubles since it was Declared a ‘State’

The population in the occupied north of Cyprus has reached 351,000, according to Turkish Cypriot media reports. The 1983 population of the north; the year the ‘TRNC’ was declared a ‘state’, was said to be...

Online Foreclosure Auctions in Greece to Begin Wednesday

The first ten electronic foreclosure auctions will be held on Wednesday, following the decision of the General Assembly of the Athens-Piraeus Notaries to suspend their abstention from duty. Notaries had abstained from their duties for...

Staff Level Agreement for Greece to be Reached Before Dec. 4 Eurogroup

On Monday, the Euro Working Group expressed their belief that a staff level agreement on the third bailout program review between Greece and her creditors, would be reached before the December 4 Eurogroup. According to an Athens...

Путин учредил День добровольца

Президент России Владимир Путин учредил День волонтёра. Соответствующий указ опубликован на официальном интернет-портале правовой информации. «Установить День добровольца (волонтёра) и отмечать его 5 декабря», — говорится в документе. Указ принят, руководствуясь резолюцией Генассамблеи ООН от 17...