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Anarchists Throw Paint at U.S. Embassy in Athens

A group of anarchists belonging to the infamous Rouvikonas group threw bottles containing red paint at the U.S. Embassy in the center of Athens during the early hours of Monday. According to the police, a group of around 10 people...

U.S. Ambassador to Greece Questions State-sponsored Play Based on Terrorist's Book

The U.S. Embassy to Greece has reacted against the decision of Greece's National Theater to stage a play that includes excerpts of a book by jailed terrorist Savvas Xeros. The play "The Nash Equilibrium" staged at the Experimental Stage of the National...

Brussels on Terror Lockdown as Authorities Hunt For Paris Attackers

Facing the "imminent threat" of terror attacks, Belgian authorities placed Brussels on lockdown Saturday, shutting its subway system and warning citizens against public gatherings as law enforcement agencies pressed their hunt for the perpetrators of the November 13 Paris...

U.S. Ambassador to PM: Greece Must Work with EU Colleagues, IMF

In meetings with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and members of the Greek government, U.S. Ambassador to Greece David D. Pearce said the United States "believes that it is very important for the Greek government to work cooperatively with...

USA Invites Greek Investors

The U.S. is addressing a call to Greek businessmen, paving the way for investors, at the same time that Greece itself is also trying to attract investment. During an event organized by the U.S. Embassy, the U.S. Commercial Service, the...

Anniversary of Polytechnic Uprising: More than 6,000 Police Officers on the Streets

This year's security measures for the 40th anniversary of the Polytechnic students uprising will be more strict than the previous years. According to officials of the police, this year there will be a large number of policemen in the building of...

The History of American Interceptions in Greece

The case of American interceptions isn't anything new because former agent of the U.S. security agency, Snowden revealed it. At least in Greece it is suspected that these interceptions began immediately after the Olympic Games in 2004. It was on  February 2,...

Greek March Marks 1973 Student Uprising Against Dictatorship

Greeks took to the streets by the tens of thousands on Nov. 17 to commemorate the 39th anniversary of a deadly student revolt against the country's former dictatorship which months later toppled the American-backed ruling military junta. The march occurred...