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Greek Government Insists State Decides on Clergy Payroll

The Prime Minister's office responded to the decisions of the Church of Greece Holy Synod on Friday stating that only the State can decide...

Greek Bureaucracy Blocks Relief Fund Distribution to Victims of East Attica Fires

House Speaker Nikos Voutsis announced today that out of the 37.7 million euros collected for emergency aid to the victims of the deadly East...

Greek Government Vows to Improve Migrant Living Conditions

The Greek government aims to transfer 6,000 people from island refugee areas to the mainland by early 2019, Migration Policy Minister Dimitris Vitsas said...

Church of Greece Holy Synod Decides Priests Should Remain on State Payroll

The Church of Greece Hierarchy on Friday decided to continue dialogue with the State on the proposed changes to the church/state relationship, but it took...

How The Athens Polytechnic Uprising Ideals of Freedom and Democracy Lost their Glow

In November 1973, it had been six and a half years since Greece was placed under strict military rule. Opponents of the junta who...

Giannis Antetokounmpo Responds to Racist Comments on Brother Thanasis

Giannis Antetokounmpo responded to racist comments regarding his brother Thanasis made by a TV sports commentator after a Panathinaikos-Olympiacos basketball game. Takis Tsoukalas, a controversial...

Prehistoric Mastodon Tusk Unearthed in Greece

A prehistoric mastodon tusk was discovered by Public Power Corporation workers in Amyntaio, Florina, Northern Greece this week after workers removed mounts of dirt after...

Greek Police Take Draconian Measures for Polytechneio Anniversary

Hellenic Police (ELAS) are taking draconian measures for the 45th Polytechneio uprising anniversary events that will culminate with a rally to the U.S. Embassy...

IKEA Store in Japan Now Selling Greek Moussaka

The citizens of the city of Misato, Japan now have the opportunity to enjoy Greek moussaka sold at the city's IKEA store. The Swedish chain...

Greek Organization for the Disabled to Hold First Annual Fundraiser in New York

ELEPAP-Rehabilitation for The Disabled will hold its first annual reception in New York on December 3 to raise funds for disabled children across Greece. The...