Athens’ Three New Metro Stations to Alleviate Traffic Congestion in City

Three new metro stations opened to the public on Tuesday in the Greek capital. Named after the Piraeus suburbs of Aghia Varvara, Korydallos and Nikea, the new Line 3 metro stations will serve 60,000 people...

Greek Economy to Contract by 9 Percent in 2020, EU Report Says

The Greek economy is projected to contract by 9.0 percent this year; however, growth projections for 2021 foresee growth of 6.0 percent, the European Commission said in its Summer Economic Forecast report released on...

White House Indirectly Acknowledges Armenian Genocide

In a statement made by White House Press Secretary Kaleigh McEnany on Monday, July 6, the Trump administration appeared to acknowledge the Armenian genocide, albeit indirectly. The reference was made in regard to the Armenian...

Eight Hurt After Train Hits Terminal Wall North of Athens

At least eight passengers were slightly injured when a suburban train hit a terminal wall at Kifisia, north Athens on Tuesday. According to reports, the train entered the Kifisia station at too high a rate...

Hidden Byzantine Church in Constantinople Revealed in All Its Glory

Recently published photos of an excavation site in the Sultanahmet District of Istanbul reveals a hidden church and holy spring dating back to the days of the Byzantine Empire. The site is located on Amiral...

Foreign Students in the US Face Deportation if Classes Go Online

US immigration authorities said on Monday that foreign students attending U.S. colleges that will operate entirely online this fall semester cannot remain in the country. "Active students currently in the United States enrolled in such...

43 New Coronavirus Cases in Greece; One Confirmed Dead

Greek authorities recently announced on Monday, July 6, that there have been new spikes in cases of Covid-19 coronavirus while the country begins to open up for tourists this summer. According to officials, a total...

【新增43例】希腊对塞尔维亚实施旅行禁令 确认非欧盟国家的准入境”白名单”

新冠疫情不断变化,希腊当局允许入境的“白名单”也有改变。

Romanian Tourist Tests Positive for Covid-19; Travels 72 Hours Around Crete

A tourist from Romania who tested positive for Covid-19 blatantly disregarded safety protocols after reportedly traveling around the island of Crete for at least 72 hours after her arrival. The traveler had come to Greece...