Greece

Greek Doctors Protest “Suffocating” Conditions in Covid-19 Wards

Greek doctors took to the streets on Tuesday to protest the "suffocating" conditions in Greek hospitals, specifically Covid-19 wards.

Greece Pushes EU to Endorse Vaccine Certificates to Open Tourism

Greece is pushing its EU partners to approve Covid-19 vaccine certificates that would open travel throughout Europe, the Greek tourism minister said.

Acclaimed Greek Scientist Makes Breakthrough Discovery on Obesity

A lab observation during a cancer research project by acclaimed Greek geneticist Dr Constantine Stratakis discovered key brain mechanisms related to obesity.

Convicted Terrorist Koufodinas on Hunger Strike for 45 Days

Convicted terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas, who has been on hunger strike for 45 days announced on Monday he will stop drinking water too.

Emirates to Restart Flights Between US and Greece

Emirates Airlines, based in the United Arab Emirates, plans to restart flights between the United States and Greece on June 1, 2021

Protesters Clash with Police Over Education Bill in Thessaloniki

Police have made over 30 arrests in Thessaloniki after they clashed with protesters who were demonstrating against a new education bill.

Turkey Announces Massive Military Exercise in the Aegean

Turkey announced on Monday that it will conduct a large-scale naval exercises in the Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea between February 25 and March 7.

Coronavirus: 880 Cases, 24 Deaths in Greece Monday

A total of 880 cases of the coronavirus were diagnosed in Greece on Monday, which represents four less than those recorded in the country on Sunday.

Greek National Theater Director Investigated for Abuse of Refugee Children

The public prosecutor's office of Greece launched an investigation on Monday into the possible involvement of NGOs with Dimitris Lignadis

Athens’ Penelopean Daycare Makes Brighter Futures Possible for Children

The Penelopean Daycare in Athens has taken care of some of the most disadvantaged children in the Greek capital for decades.