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When Greek Police Could Arrest Young Men for Being ‘Teddy Boys’

Greece's post-war years were marked by poverty, political turmoil that led to the seven-year dictatorship, and the struggle of young Greeks to follow the...

Survey Shows Whopping Drop in Greek Household Expenditures Since 2008

Food, housing, and transport costs absorb the bulk of household expenditure in Greece, according to the latest survey of the independent Hellenic Statistical Service (ELSTAT)...

Flashback to Nobel Prize Winner Nadia Murad’s Visit to Greece

Nadia Murad, the Iraqi Yazidi who was sold into sex slavery by ISIS and awarded the 2018 Nobel peace prize, visited Greece seeking to become...

Greeks the Most Unhappy Citizens in Europe

Greeks are the least satisfied with their lives among citizens in Europe, according to a report in the electronic version of German financial magazine...

Cohabitation Agreement For LGBT Couples Constitutional, Greece’s Council of State Says

Greece's Council of State announced that it has ruled as constitutional and in line with European law legislation the law that extends the cohabitation...

Olympic Gold Medalist Anna Korakaki Has This Message for Young Athletes

Greek shooting champion Anna Korakaki has been selected by the Olympic International Committee as a role model for all athletes competing in the Youth...

Maria Menounos Dances the Zeibekiko at Pre-Wedding Athenian Party

Maria Menounos threw a pre-wedding party in Athens on Thursday evening two days before her second wedding to Keven Undergaro in her father's hometown village. The...

Athens’ Museum Publishes Jewish Inscriptions Found in Greece

The corpus of all Jewish inscriptions found on Greece's mainland and islands was recently published by the Jewish Museum of Greece (JMG) in Athens. The...

Unlooted Ancient Tomb Found in Mycenae

Archaeologists have discovered an unlooted chamber tomb, one of the largest in the Mycenaean cemetery at Aidonia, Nemea, with many ancient artefacts. The Ministry of...

Strike to Close Acropolis and Other Major Greek Sites on October 11

Greece’s union that represents staff working in the sectors of public-run museums and archaeological sites has called for a 24-hour strike on October 11. The strike...