As Greece's firefighters continue their battle to subdue the wildfires ravaging the country, the nation's civil protection chief Nikos Hardalias has praised their firefighting response thus far, noting that all available resources were used in their effort to contain...
Greece is fighting for the eighth consecutive day with its fires, particularly on two main fronts.
Celebrating 99 years, the order of AHEPA commenced in Athens with its international convention in plenary sessions and ceremonies, bestowing the organization’s highest honors on the President of the Hellenic Republic, the Prime Minister of Greece and the President of Cyprus.
The Department of Veterans Affairs became the first federal agency to require its employees receive the COVID-19 vaccine today. The VA has made its mandatory vaccination announcement at a complex new threshold in the pandemic: as more than half...
Greece's Prime Minister defended compulsory vaccination for some groups by referencing Article 25 of the Greek constitution on Friday.
Direct foreign investments in Greece rose by 77 percent in 2020, a report by multinational accounting firm Ernst & Young Greece revealed.
A Greek student did extremely well in his Panhellenic exams despite losing both of his parents to the coronavirus earlier this year.
Mitsotakis expressed his "extreme optimism" over the future course of the Greek economy, addressing an Economist roundtable event in Athens.
China is trying to rekindle Greece's interest in the Belt and Road Initiative, a Beijing-led global infrastructure development strategy.
Greece keen to speed up vaccinations said that young people aged 18-25 will get a prepaid card with 150 euros when they get their first shot