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PM Mitsotakis Says Greece Can No Longer Be “Convenient Parking for Refugees and Migrants”

The German newspaper Handelsblatt published a front-page interview today with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who spoke to interviewers about Greece's economy, migration, and how...

2019 Greek Primary Surplus Exceeds Target By Several Billion Euros

The Greek state budget recorded a primary surplus of 5.755 billion euros in the period from January-October, significantly exceeding budget targets for a surplus...

Greek Yiayia Honored for Learning Pontic Greek Dialect at 92

Maria Sotiriadou, a 92-year old Greek woman living in Thessaloniki, will soon be honored by the University of Macedonia for her dedication to learning...

President Anastasiades Discusses Cyprus Issue With Pope Francis in Vatican

The President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades met with Pope Francis in Vatican City on Monday. Anastasiades, along with his wife Andri and...

Thirty-Three Arrested, Fifty-Three Detained During November 17 Protests

Thirty-three people were arrested and fifty-three more were detained during protests in the Athens district of Exarchia late on Sunday night, the anniversary of...

Greece’s Centrist To Potami Party to Officially Suspend Operations

The centrist ''To Potami'' (The River) party announced on Monday that its Political Council will propose the suspension of the party's operations at the...

Thinking of Smoking in Public Places in Greece? Better Think Again

A Joint Ministerial Decision published in Greece's Government Gazette on Friday enforces new, much tougher fines for those who violate the smoking ban in...

”Una Faccia, Una Razza”: The Fascinating Story of Greco-Italian Bonds

From cuisine, physical appearance, and, linguistic similarities to their massive cultural interrelationships, Greeks and Italians have so much in common, that one would need...

New IMF Forecasts Adopt Pessimistic Scenario for Growth After 2021

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) published its most recent ''World Economic Outlook'' on Friday. The new forecast of the Fund sends mixed signals about Greece's...

Uzupis: The Lilliputian European State Founded on Aristotelian Principles

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, can be said to boast of a neighborhood like no other: one that became an independent state, based on...