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Another Hiker Dies in Latest Mount Olympus Tragedy

A 55-year-old hiker was killed at Mount Olympus on Monday, two days after the death of another climber, on Saturday. The man and another hiker...

The Three Investments that Could Change Greece’s Fate

The Greek government’s turn towards realism has raised hopes that foreign and domestic investors would grab the opportunity to transform Greece's economy and help...

EU Might Scrap Refugee Quota Scheme

The European Union could scrap the scheme that compels member states to accept quotas of refugees. European Council President Donald Tusk will make the...

EU Poll: Greeks Overwhelmingly Convinced of Widespread Corruption

Corruption in Greece is an ongoing political issue, that has been debated to death over the past 35 years. Now a new EU Commission...

France Orders Recall of Baby Formula Available in Greece

France has banned the sale and ordered a recall of several baby formula, milk and baby food products made by French dairy giant Lactalis,...

Extended Shop Opening Hours for Christmas

The Hellenic Retail Business Association announced on Monday, the opening hours for stores over the Christmas holidays, starting on December 15; and returning to...

Data Shows Further Growth in Greek Tourism and Real Estate

Tourism is Greece's most productive industry, steadily growing over the past four years. The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) says that a new...

A Tour Around the Oldest House in Athens (photos)

At the historical center of Athens, in Plaka, the Benizelos Mansion or the House of Agia Philothei, is the oldest house in Athens. It is...

Meet the Greek Scientist Conducting Research in Antarctica

A Greek geologist participates in the organized NASA eight-member mission to conduct meteorite research in Antarctica. Yiannis Baziotis, an Assistant Professor at the University of...

PM Tsipras to Capital Link Forum: Greece Invites Foreign Investments

Greece will have exited the bailout program in the summer of 2018, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in a videotaped message to the 19th...