Barrage of Greek Airspace Violations by Turkish Fighter Jets

A new barrage of provocative violations of Greek airspace by Turkish fighter jets took place on Thursday over the Aegean, with Greek Air Force planes forced to intercept, resulting in a virtual jet fight. Specifically,...

Greece Shuts Down Navagio Beach After Landslide

Greek authorities decided to shut down the beach of Navagio in the island of Zakynthos after the landslide on Thursday that injured at least three people. The decision was made on the grounds of safety...

Greece Impresses With Its Presence in ‘Bright Star 2018’ Military Exercise

Bright Star is a multinational aeronautical military exercise in the Mediterranean Sea that was established in 1980, after a peace agreement was signed a year earlier in USA’s Camp David between Egypt and Israel...

Greece’s Supreme Court Approves Mr Bitcoin’s Extradition To Russia

Greece's Supreme Court, Areios Pagos, upheld the verdict of Thessaloniki's Court later this year that Alexander Vinnik, a 39-year old Russian national who is also known as “Mr. Bitcoin,” can be extradited to face...

‘No Agreement For Cancellation of Pension Cuts’ Greek Government Source Says

A high-ranked source from within the Greek Government has denied the claims that Athenian and Macedonian News Agency's report made regarding an alleged deal between the Greek Authorities and the European Institutions regarding the issue...

Sudden Storm Hits Athens in Greece, Causes Chaos (photos)

A sudden storm hit the Greek capital on Friday causing many problems to Athens' busy avenues and streets. The drivers had to drive slowly so the traffic jam that was created caused many delays. The main...

Greece’s Privatization Fund Grants 20-Year Extension To Athens’ Airport Concession

The Athens International Airport El. Venizelos was granted a twenty-year extension to its concession agreement with the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund worth a total of €1.115 billion ($1.301 billion). The concession currently expiring in 2026,...

‘This Summer’s Migration Flows Almost Double Than 2017’, Greek Minister Says

In an interview with the Greek Radio Station Real FM, Greece's Minister for Migration Policy Dimitris Vitsas said that Migration flows during summer 2018 almost doubled compared to the same period in 2017. ''This has...

Greek, Cypriot And Israeli Prime Focus The East-Med Pipeline, Netanyahu Says

The prime focus of Israel, Greece, and Cyprus right now is to develop the Eastern Mediterranean pipeline which is a great project, and could be one of the great underwater projects in the world,...

Rare Icon of Virgin Mary Attributed to Evangelist Luke Comes to Thessaloniki

A rare icon of Virgin Mary from the Palaiologos Byzantine era (13th - 15the century AD), attributed to Luke the Evangelist, comes to Thessaloniki for worship. The holy icon was made in Thessaloniki, during the...