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IMF on Greece: 3.5 pct Primary Surplus, No Pension Cuts Postponement

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) released its renewed Fiscal Monitor for October. There, the fund revised Greece’s 2019 growth rate upwards and accepted that it...

Fire on Corfu Eases Up, Residents Return to Homes

Corfu's fire fighters said that a blaze that broke out in the area of Koulouras next to the village of Viggla on the island of...

Defense Minister Kammenos Asks the U.S. to Establish 3 More Military Bases in Greece

The Greek Defense Minister, Panos Kammenos, called on the U.S. to deploy military assets on a "more permanent base" in three more locations in...

Ancient Greeks Predicted Robots, Modern Technology Claims Stanford Historian

Ancient Greeks not only created the foundations of modern civilization but they also predicted future technological innovations, according to a new book. Stanford University historian...

Greece Blames Turkey for Surge in Migrant Flow on Evros Border

Greece issued an official complaint to the European Commission and the Turkish authorities blaming the Turkish side for deliberate negligence in guarding the borders...

Father Antonios Awarded European Citizen’s Prize

Father Antonios Papanikolaou of Ark of the World was awarded on Tuesday the annual European Citizen's Prize, along with Greek NGOs HOPEgenesis and Anemos...

Rhodes Island Sees September’s Tourist Arrivals up by 9 Pct

Tourist arrivals on the Greek island of Rhodes grew by 9.26 percent in September, totaling 402,108 people from 368,045 in September 2017, according to...

Village Evacuated as Firefighters Battle Wild Fire on Corfu Island

Greek firefighters in cooperation with the Hellenic Police are evacuating the village of Viggla on Corfu island. Viggla is a small village at an altitude of 250...

American University Fair Opens in Athens

The 24th United States' University Fair will be inaugurated by Greece’s branch of Fulbright Foundation in Athens on Tuesday. 32 colleges and universities will send...

FYROM: First Parliamentary Vote For Constitutional Changes on October 16

According to media reports from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), the country’s parliament in Skopje will hold the first out of the...