Monthly Archives: July 2019
Teenager Grigoropoulos’ shooter Korkoneas released from Domokos prison
Swimming safely in European waters
SYRIZA blames government for Epaminondas Korkoneas decision
Foreign national found strangled in detention in Elefsina; autopsy pending
Thessaloniki police detain 61 foreigners over lack of proper documentation, after...
Greek chambers present national plan for business parks
Gov’t to post abolition of academic asylum for public consultation
Frontex’s surveillance zeppelin deployed over Samos maritime area
Government spokesman says recent SYRIZA’s Penal Code amendments to blame for...
Crete hit by 5.3-magnitude earthquake, no reports of injuries or damage
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US to respond to Russia’s NATO demands ‘next week’, Lavrov says...
The top diplomats from Russia and the US described their talks in Geneva on Friday as "useful" and left the door open for further...
CITI – Mytilineos – Record profits for the 4th quarter of...
Government approves licences for seaplane infrastructure on Corfu, Paxi
FRONTEX executive director Leggeri awarded by Migration Min Mitarachi
EU ministers mull carbon border tax, argue over nuclear’s green credentials
“The Rhodes Co-Lab”: TUI chooses Rhodes to star as a tourist...
Russia wants NATO forces to leave Romania, Bulgaria
Blinken and Lavrov convene in Geneva over Ukraine crisis for second...
Athens sends double message to Ankara – PM: Greece ready for...
Anarchist group claims responsibility for attack on university professor
Tsipras on Kontra TV: ‘The most urgent issue at hand is...
PM Mitsotakis holds broad e-meeting with Greece’s heads of diplomatic authorities...
Int’l tender for greater Athens’ main ring road tollway
Latest poll shows resurgent third party, KINAL, in Greece