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Gothic Warrior and His Weapons Found Buried in Greece’s Thessaloniki

A Gothic warrior, who was buried with his weaponry, was found recently in an early Christian basilica in Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece.

Greek Unions Protesting Rising Prices Hold General Strike

Greek unions held a rally in central Athens and other major cities on Wednesday during the general strike in protest against rising prices that have reduced the disposable incomes of workers. The 24-hour strike has been called by Greece's umbrella...

Athens Metro Stations Closed After Bomb Threat

All of the Athens Metro stations along two of the city's busiest lines, the second and third, were closed on Tuesday afternoon after a bomb threat. The second and third lines, commonly referred to as the red and blue lines,...

Ancient Past of Thessaloniki Unearthed During Metro Construction

A number of significant ancient archaeological finds have been unearthed in Thessaloniki during the excavations conducted for the construction of the Thessaloniki Metro. This is a common occurrence in Greece, where such treasures are often unearthed during building construction. The findings...

Greek Court Greenlights Removal of Thessaloniki Metro Antiquities

The antiquities found during digs for the upcoming Thessaloniki metro system are to be removed, according to a court decision Tuesday.

Athens Public Transport Tickets Now Sold Online

Athens public transport tickets are now available for purchase online thanks to a much anticipated website redesign released on Thursday. 

Two Teens Arrested for Beating Athens Metro Station Manager

Two youths were arrested on Saturday and taken to the public prosecutor for violently assaulting an Athens metro station manager. The prosecutor pressed criminal charges against the two brothers - 15 and 17 years old - for the grave assault...

Mask Deniers Brutally Attack Athens Metro Employee

Mask deniers brutally attacked and injured an employee of the Athens metro on Wednesday after he confronted them for not wearing masks. Footage shows two young men repeatedly kicking the employee who is laying on the ground, desperately trying to...

Ancient Aqueduct, Thousands of Hellenistic Artifacts Uncovered in Piraeus

Greek archaeologists unearthed an ancient aqueduct and thousands of objects and artifacts dating from Hellenistic and Roman times during the excavations for the expansion of the Athens metro line to Pireaus. Some of the artifacts will frame the permanent exhibition...

Athens' Three New Metro Stations to Alleviate Traffic Congestion in City

Three new metro stations opened to the public on Tuesday in the Greek capital. Named after the Piraeus suburbs of Aghia Varvara, Korydallos and Nikea, the new Line 3 metro stations will serve 60,000 people daily, a number that will...