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FYROM’s Parliament To Start Final Debates on Constitutional Amendments

The Parliament in Skopje begins a new, final round of debate today before the deciding vote on the constitutional amendments drawn up by the government...

Coalition’s Future at Stake With Tsipras/Kammenos Meeting

The Greek prime minister and president of the ruling left-wing SYRIZA party, Alexis Tsipras, will meet the defense Minister and president of the co-governing...

Terror Group ”O.L.A.” Claims Responsibility for SKAI TV Bomb

The terrorist group O.L.A. claimed responsibility on Tuesday for the explosion of a bomb outside of SKAI TV and Kathimerini newspaper headquarters on December 17,...

US Ambassador Reaffirms Support For Prespa Agreement

The Greek alternate Minister of Foreign Affairs, George Katrougalos, met with American Ambassador to Greece, Geoffrey Pyatt in Athens on Tuesday morning to discuss...

Mount Athos Celebrates Christmas in Byzantine Splendor

The monasteries of Mount Athos celebrated Christmas on January 7 in an atmosphere which truly brought Byzantine splendor back to life. An all-night Christmas...

Turks Go Shopping With Donkey To Protest Plastic-Bag Charge

A Turkish couple used a donkey and wheelbarrows to carry their groceries this week as a protest against the newly-introduced nationwide law instituting charges...

Wikipedia Reveals What Greeks Searched For in 2018

According to a list published on Monday by Wikimedia’s "Community User Group for Greece, the online searches made by Greek people last year were...

Two Injured in Refugee Protest at Diavata Camp

Two people were injured during a Monday morning protest that occurred in Thessaloniki’s refugee camp of Diavata. Approximately forty refugees and migrants blocked the road outside...

Sales Begin Amid Hopes for Higher Consumer Spending

The annual winter sales period for shops across Greece is expected to start this year on Monday, January 14, 2019. The special sales will run until...

Many Greek Schools to Remain Closed Tuesday Due to Snow

The cold weather front "Telemachos", now approaching the shores of Greece, is expected to bring freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall even to the center of...