The Modern-Day Agatha Christie that Has Greeks Glued to their TVs
Every Friday evening, hundreds of thousands of Greeks are glued to their TV sets watching the latest episode of "Fos sto Tounel," or "Light in the Tunnel," by investigative journalist Angeliki Nikolouli. Nikolouli has earned a reputation as a hard...
Man Wanted for Murder of Journalist Khashoggi Arrested in Paris
A man from Saudi Arabia who has been linked to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi was detained at a Paris airport earlier on Tuesday. The man, who stands accused of being a member of the hit squad that killed...
Chris Cuomo Off CNN After Helping Brother with Lawsuits
CNN suspended news host Chris Cuomo after new details emerged regarding the help he gave his brother Andrew Cuomo in the New York governor's multiple sexual harassment suits. Chris Cuomo had served as a close adviser to the governor during...
Dutch Journalist who Caused Stir over Migrants “Bullied” Out of Greece
Dutch journalist Ingeborg Beugel, who caused a stir after questioning Greek PM Mitsotakis on migrant pushbacks last week, stated on Wednesday that she has left Greece after allegedly facing attacks and bullying. The Dutch journalist, who has lived in Greece...
Yet Another Journalist Murdered in Greece: What is Going on?
The murder of a journalist in Greece is always a shocking event that shakes the foundations of a nation's core freedoms.
Prominent Journalist and Author Dimitris Lymperopoulos Dies at 95
Dimitris Lymperopoulos, a senior journalist and author died on Saturday at the age of 95. Lymperopoulos had a long career in journalism. As a young reporter, he managed to get exclusive interviews with the world's most famous figures, such as Aristotle...
Historic ''ETHNOS'' Newspaper Suspends its Weekday Edition
Greece's historic ''ETHNOS'' newspaper announced to the public on Monday that it will suspend publication of its weekday edition beginning on July 31, 2019. The newspaper announced its ownership's decision to suspend the daily edition of the paper in a laconic...
Vandals Deface Office Entrance of ''Athens Voice'' Website
Unknown individuals vandalized the entrance of the building where the offices of the famous Greek newspaper and website ''Athens Voice" are located. The perpetrators, on Monday night, did not manage to enter the building but they spray-painted on the door...
Three Out of Four Greeks Do Not Trust the News, Reuters Study Suggests
The Digital News Report 2019, compiled by the Reuters Institute was published on Wednesday, revealing some interesting facts about the attitude Greeks have toward their country's media. The report includes the findings of surveys conducted in 38 countries across the...
Greece's Media Perceived as Most Inaccurate Worldwide, Survey Finds
A public opinion survey conducted across 38 countries by the respected U.S.-based Pew Research Center has found that Greeks are the most skeptical in the world towards about their country's media and the way news and current affairs is...
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