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Mitsotakis new PM

Greece's conservative New Democracy party won the Greek national election on 7 July defeating the ruling Syriza party of outgoing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. The following are official results released....


New documentary high-lights Greek Philoxenia!

Shining Catalina Productions is excited to announce the development of the new feature documentary, PHILOXENIA, produced by Alison Wotherspoon and written and directed by...


The global scientific community calls on Greek PM to cancel all gas and oil exploration

One hundred scientists and scientific bodies and organizations from Greece and all over....


Greek Fighter Jets Policing North Macedonian Airspace

The first flight of a Greek F-16 fighter jet over North Macedonia took place on Tuesday, initiating the Greek policing of the country’s airspace. The purpose of the mission was to....


Athens ratifies agreement with Skopje

Greek Parliamentarians approved the Prespa Accord after a heated debate on Friday, ending a decades-old dispute with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).....



For refusing to give back stolen Parthenon sculptures

It has been over 200 years since Greece was robbed of its famous marble Parthenon sculptures, known around the world as the so-called "Elgin Marbles" and in an interview...


Agreement on Macedonia to go to parliament in January

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and his German counterpart Heiko Maas agreed during their meeting in Athens on Thursday that the Agreement signed by Athens and Skopje was...



New threats against Cyprus

Turkey warned Greece and Cyprus by announcing that it will protect its rights by any means necessary during Thursday’s National Security Council chaired by President Recep Tayyip....



Unprecedented fire devastation

RESCUE crews are still searching through charred homes and cars for those still missing after the deadliest wildfires to hit Greece in decades decimated coastal areas near Athens....


Cyprus Government offers 10 million euro

The Government of the Republic of Cyprus has decided to offer financial aid worth 10 million euro for the victims of the deadly forest fires in Greece. It also appealed to the business...


Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull: "Australia stands ready to assist"

In a statement sent to the Greek Tribune, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he was deeply saddened to learn of the fires in Greece in recent days that have led to a significant loss of...



"Historic" agreement on name change

The foreign ministers of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM and Greece have signed a historic agreement on a modified name for the former Yugoslav republic....



Close to final solution

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and his FYROM counterpart Nikola Dimitrov completed a two-day round of negotiations in New York with the mediation of United Nations....



Migrants will no longer be detained on Aegean islands

Refugees and migrants who cross by boat from Turkey to Greece’s Aegean islands must be allowed to travel on to the mainland, a Greek court has ruled, raising concerns about a fresh...


Pan-Macedonian death threats cause chaos in parliament

Greek parliament will consider expelling Golden Dawn temporarily from its debates, Parliament Speaker, Nikos Voutsis, said on Thursday, after a party MP went on a rant ....


Greece puts forward five alternative names, as it looks to resolve the dispute with its neighbour, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Upper Macedonia. New Macedonia. Northern Macedonia. These are some of the proposed new names for the country of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, with which Greece...



Winter hits refugee camps

More than 13,500 asylum seekers remain trapped on the Greek islands in deplorable conditions as winter begins just before Christmas 2017, Human Rights Watch said....



Life back to normal

Life on Kos returns to normal two days after the deadly earthquake and several aftershocks that keep seismologists and the authorities on alert......



Greeks demand an end to austerity

Nationwide, both public and private sector workers have walked off the job last week and held mass demonstrations in Athens and other cities calling on the members of parliament to...


Greek Government: If you can't pay inheritence tax, then give us the property you inherited

Greece’s Deputy Finance Minister Tryfon Alexiadis said in parliament on Thursday that those who inherit a house and cannot afford to pay the inheritance tax, can give the house to...


Archbishop unleashes attack on Greek Government

Archbishop of Greece Ieronymos unleashed a scathing attack against the government and the political world during a speech in Livadia, central Greece, on Monday evening.....


Minimum Wage Drops Further in Greece

Minimum wage has dropped further in Greece, putting the country in 12th place among European Union member states, according to the latest Eurostat figures. The new ranking...


Greek Government passes more austerity measures

In the midst of huge public protests, last week the Greek parliament with a majority of 153 out of 300 MPs, has approved more budget cuts, tax increases and a new privatization fund to....


More austerity for Greek people

The mission chiefs of the European Commission, European Central Bank, European Stability Mechanism and International Monetary Fund returned to Athens on Tuesday to continue...


Unprecedented refugee crisis

Some 124,000 refugees and migrants had arrived in Greece by sea at the end of July this year, the UN refugee agency detailed last week.



Greek PM Tsipras resigns

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has decided to step down, clearing the way for early elections on September 20. Tsipras effectively lost his parliamentary majority....



Massive Syrian refugee influx

Greece replaces Italy as principal European gateway for migrants as arrivals from Syria and Afghanistan drive 408% year-on-year increase. Greece received almost 100,000 seaborne migrants


Greek church ordered to pay 2.9m

An Israeli court ordered the Greek Orthodox Church to pay a total of 2.9 million dollars in fees owed to a local lawyer. The sum will cover the costs of cases dating back to 2002.....


Greece debt crisis: Tsipras announces referendum

Greek Prime Minister Alexis TsipraGreece's prime minister has called a referendum on 5 July for voters to decide whether to accept a deal offered by international creditors.....


More difficult days ahead for Greece

Eurozone leaders welcomed new budget proposals from Athens on Monday as a basis for further negotiations to achieve a deal with the Greek Government...




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