Two Bicyclists Dead, four Injured in Ptolemaida Car Crash

Two people who were riding bikes died on Sunday after a car hit them near the city of Ptolemaida in Greece's West Macedonia region. The car hit a total of six bikers on the road...

Ankara Threatened EU Not to Take Sides on Turkish Drilling Activity in Cyprus’ EEZ

Turkish diplomats sent a ''non-paper'' to all EU capitals but Cyprus on June 16, warning them not to take sides on its provocative drilling actions inside Cyprus' Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). According to Cyprus' Fileleftheros...

Anna Korakaki Wins Silver Medal at European Games in Minsk

Greek Olympic gold medalist and world champion shooter Anna Korakaki added yet another title to her career by winning the silver medal in the European Games in Minsk, Belarus. The Greek Olympic gold medalist from...

24 Parties and Coalitions Intend to Participate in Greece’s July 7 National Elections

A total of twenty-four parties and party coalitions have submitted their name and logo to the Supreme Court prosecution of Greece, declaring their intention to participate in Greece's general elections on July 7. More specifically,...

Thessaloniki Pride 2019: Thousands March To Celebrate Diversity

Thousands of people marched on the streets of Thessaloniki on Saturday, June 22 to mark the city's 8th Pride celebration. This year, Thessaloniki Pride commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots in New York,...

Greece Remembers Great Reformist Andreas Papandreou 23 Years after his Death

It was June 23, 1996 when Greece lost its first leftist prime minister and great reformist Andreas Papandreou, a politician who was adored by some and disliked by others. Like all great politicians, Papandreou had...

Turkey Accuses Greece Over Muslim Minority’s Issues, Athens Responds With Tough Statement

The spokesperson of the Turkish Foreign Ministry Hami Aksoy issued a statement on Friday in regard to religious issues of the Muslim minority in Greece's region of Western Thrace, with Athens responding by issuing...

Greek Feta Cheese Exports to the UK Up by 214% in 10 Years

Exports of Greek feta cheese to the United Kingdom recorded an increase of 214 percent between 2008 and 2018, according to a survey conducted recently by the Department of Economic and Trade Affairs of...

Property Values on Many Greek Islands Soar

The prices of properties on several Greek islands have been soaring since the beginning of the year, according to data obtained by Greece's most famous real estate sales website Spitogatos.gr. Some of the most famous...

Poverty Threat Among Greeks Drops Significantly But Remains High

The percentage of Greeks who are at risk of poverty or social exclusion fell by three percentage points in 2018 compared to 2017. 31.8 percent of the Greek population were at risk of poverty or...