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Amazon Starts Digital Skills Program in Greece

Greece’s Manpower Organization (OAED) will cooperate with Amazon for the training of the country's registered unemployed on digital skills.

Up To 15,000 Homes On Seizure List

Greece’s coalition leaders said they will allow banks to confiscate 12,000-15,000 homes because they believe the owners have been trying to manipulate laws that protect people with primary residences worth up to 200,000 euros ($260,000) from losing them because...

Samaras Says No Foreclosures On Poor

With a rebellion growing in their ranks over plans to let banks seize homes after a ban on foreclosures expires at the end of the year, Greek Prime Minister and New Democracy Conservative leader Antonis Samaras and his coalition...

World's Thinkers At Philosophy Congress

Philosophers from around the world will gather in Athens from Aug. 4-10, returning to the land of its most famous practitioners, for the World Congress of Philosophy. The president of the Organizing Committee, Professor of Philosophy at the  University of...

Samaras Visits Niarchos Foundation Site

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on July 26 visited the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) in Faliro, which is currently under construction, accompanied by the Minister of Development Kostis Hatzidakis, the Minister of Education Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos and the Minister...

Schaeuble Offers German Investment in Greece

Speaking at the German-Hellenic Chamber on July 18 in Athens - with the center of the city shut down to most traffic and protests banned during his day-long visit - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said his country was...

The Samaras Shuffle Under Way

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and PASOK's Evangelos Venizelos were to meet on June 24 to discuss a shakeup in the Cabinet that will dump some of the Premier's ministers and replace them with Socialists to reward Venizelos for backing...

Sonia Theodoridou in Anti Cancer Charity Concert

Sending the message that healing is an offer and solidarity among people, wherever they come from, the well-known soprano Sonia Theodoridou is contributing to a humanitarian project. Theodoridou will give a charity concert at the the Lycabettus Theater, on June...

Ryanair Wants Lower Greek Airport Taxes

Low cost airline Ryanair says it could attract 10 million tourists to Greece within the next three years if the taxes at Athens International Airport (AIA) are lowered from 12 euros to 5 euros per passenger and other reforms. Ryanair's...

For Some, Greece's Junta Lives On

On the morning of April 21, 1967, Greeks suddenly found tanks in the streets of Athens as a coup of military leaders staged a junta that became known as The Regime of The Colonels and brought seven years of...