May 6: Greeks Vote In The Most Crucial Election Since The Return Of Democracy
Despite the fact that this election is an early one as the economic crisis forced out the previous elected government led by George Papandreou, it feels as if the last elections were ten years ago instead of two. This...
The Elections, The Scapegoat And Why Greeks Shouldn't Blame The Politicians
There is a joke that has been circulating on the internet the past couple of days: "When Akis Tsochatzopoulos was arrested, it wasn’t out of arrogance. He was smiling because he was the one who had appointed the police...
Nana Mouskouri: “Because of Their Politicians, Greeks Lived a Lie”
In her latest interview to German news magazine Stern, Nana Mouskouri spoke once again about the Greek crisis and confirmed her love for her home country. According to the well known singer, Greece was living a lie for 30...
Venizelos: More Politicians and Relatives Took Their Money Abroad
The statement by the head of the authority to combat "black money", Panagiotis Nikoloudis, that a Greek MP took one million euros abroad in May 2011 was only the beginning, as Evangelos Venizelos said the information systems department of...
Εx-Minister Rams Car Into Police During Traffic Check and Avoids Arrest
A former Greek minister avoided arrest late Saturday after ramming his car into a policeman during a traffic stop, a police source and other reports stated on Sunday, cited by AFP. Kimon Koulouris, 71, had been pulled over after running...
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