Train Disaster Derails Greece’s Political Establishment
The train disaster in Greece that claimed the lives of 57 people derailed the parties of the political establishment in the country, weeks before the general elections. As public anger grows over the timeless deficiencies of Greek railways, there are...
Greece Joined NATO 70 Years Ago, on Febuary 18, 1952
It was on this day in 1952 that Greece joined NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), establishing its place in the West
Works of Greek Poet Yannis Ritsos Speak to a New Generation
A third volume of poems by the iconic modern Greek poet Yannis Ritsos has just been published in English by Manolis Aligizakis.
Greek Left Accuses Government of Authoritarianism for Banning Polytechnic Rally
The three leftist parties in the Greek Parliament have blasted the New Democracy government for banning the Polytechnic uprising's annual demonstration on Tuesday, November 17 as part of the strict new coronavirus measures imposed recently all over the nation. Syriza,...
Government, Opposition Clash over Bill to Curb Demonstrations in Greece
As the vote for the bill to regulate demonstrations is about to go up for a vote in the Greek Parliament Thursday, there continue to be fierce reactions from the opposition, unions and other sectors of society. Greece's public sector employees...
Greek PM Mitsotakis to Meet With Opposition Leaders Ahead of Crucial Diaspora Vote Bill
The office of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has contacted the leaders of each parliamentary party in order to arrange face-to-face meetings this week to discuss the specifics of the upcoming bill regarding the Greek Diaspora vote. The Greek government has...
Police Clash with Protesters Against Visit of U.S. State Secretary to Greece (video)
Police clashed with protesters during a rally against the visit of U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Athens to sign the renewal of the United States-Greece Defense Cooperation Agreement on Saturday. The rally started at Syntagma Square and protesters...
Final Results: How Greeks Abroad Voted in the European Elections
Greece’s Ministry of the Interior published the results of Sunday’s European Elections for the Greek citizens who were abroad on the day of the election and who voted for Greek candidates instead of the local ones in the EU...
The 21 Candidates Most Likely to Become Greece's Next MEPs
As votes for each one of the individual MEP candidates are still being counted, those who are currently leading the races now seem to have a good chance of becoming Greece's next 21 MEPs. Let's take a closer look at...
Exit Poll: Opposition New Democracy Wins EU Elections in Greece
Greece's center-right New Democracy (ND) party is the clear winner of the European elections held on Sunday, according to the joint exit poll presented by Greece's major television stations at 19:00 local time. ND is expected to win between 32.5...