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Stakes High in Greece’s Two-Horse Race
For the first time in over 30 years, two-party rule in Greece between PASOK and New Democracy may ...
June 15, 2012
Greece Passes Olympic Flame to London
In modern times, the greatest headache for host cities is how to ensure airtight security, without making the ...
May 18, 2012
Greece’s Architects of Austerity Punished at the Polls
Greek voters went to the polls Sunday, delivering huge losses to both main parties that have ruled the ...
May 7, 2012
In Debt Ridden Greece, Country Living Grows in Appeal
As Greeks struggle to find a way through their country’s financial morass, one trend at least in the ...
April 23, 2012
Greek Independence Day Celebrated in Fear
The annual parade for Greek Independence Day, March 25, was designed to honor the people who fought or ...
March 26, 2012
Global Dispatches: Greece — EU & IMF Are Not Saving Greeks
There are some important moments in a country’s history when a nation is either helped or destroyed—or both.
February 20, 2012
Greek Artist Follows the Paths of the Amazons
Greek artist Vassiliki's new project, about the Amazons starts its world tour, adding to her mission History as ...
Arts & Culture
December 6, 2011
Into the Labyrinth of the Minotaur
According to the Greek mysteries, in the myth of the Minotaur, Theseus symbolizes an altruistic person who puts ...
Arts & Culture
June 30, 2011
Global Dispatches: Greece’s Independence Day
ATHENS, Greece—For 400 years starting in 1453, the land of Greece was dominated by Turkey.
March 28, 2011
Global Dispatches: Greece — A New Way Forward?
Salaries in the public sector have been drastically cut while taxes have increased.
February 3, 2011
Greece: Strikes Are Different Story
Strikes and protests have become common-place in Greece. Despite the grim situation, many people have adopted a more ...
November 13, 2010
Global Dispatches: Greece—Conquering the Stars
One could ask, with all these external battles, is it necessary to fight the internal ones as well?
September 23, 2010
Global Dispatches: Greece—The Icarus Attitude
Ikaria is famous for it's connection with the mythological Icarus.
September 6, 2010
Global Dispatches: Greece—The Acropolis and Ancient Values
It's summer, and every night in the Acropolis area, the great Parthenon stands illuminated.
August 12, 2010
A Conversation With a Taxi Driver
In Greece, a country where most people have a good outgoing character, a good conversation is never far ...
July 12, 2010
A Different Greek Strike Story
Strikes and protests have become a weekly occurrence in Greece.
July 6, 2010
3 Dead, 27 Injured in Greece Riots
Tear gas and the smell of fires filled the air in Athens on Wednesday as crowds angered by ...
May 5, 2010
Greek PM Vows to Stop Country’s Economic Downturn
Greek PM Papandreou called for emergency meeting on Thursday to stop the country's dramatic economic downturn.
December 10, 2009
Hundreds Arrested in Riots Across Greece
Riots erupted in Greece on Sunday, on the one year anniversary of the fatal police shooting of a ...
December 7, 2009
Greece Wins in Ukraine
ATHENS, Greece—Not many Greeks dared to hope for Wednesday's 1—0 victory on the road over Ukraine in Donetsk ...
November 18, 2009
Greece Government Sworn in
Greece's new government was sworn in Oct. 7 after the ruling conservative government was defeated by the Socialists ...
October 11, 2009
Illegal Migrants Face Uncertain Future in France
The fate of 300 illegal migrants is uncertain after their makeshift camp was dismantled in Calais, France last ...
September 28, 2009
As Long as Achaeans Shall Exist
Artist Vassiliki Theodorakidi Mamona shows the philosophy and meaning of her most recent exhibit.
Arts & Culture
September 17, 2009
Greek Government Struggles With Wildfires
The fires are now under control.
August 26, 2009
Hope for a Green Greece
“Back to the origins” is the philosophy Dimitris Tsoukalas, employed to win the battle against anarchy.
July 23, 2009
Europe’s Largest Smoking Nation told to Butt Out
The first of July poses a big challenge for the Greek government, as Europe's biggest smoking nation attempts ...
July 2, 2009
Abstention Takes the Vote in Greece
According to statistics for Greek Euroelection results, abstention from Greek citizens this year was at an all-time high. ...
June 11, 2009
Trump Says He Was ‘Having Fun’ With ‘Chosen One’ Remark, Calls out Media Misrepresentation
Iranian Oil Tanker Switches Destination to Turkey After It Was Headed for Greece
The Associated Press
North Korea Launches Two More Short-Range Missiles Into Sea
UK Consular Worker Simon Cheng Detained in China, Released, Back in Hong Kong
Psychologist Approved Jeffrey’s Epstein’s Removal From Suicide Watch
Trump Hits Back at China With More Tariffs Following China’s Retaliation
Overstock CEO Gave Exculpatory Evidence on Maria Butina to FBI, Her Attorney Says
Court Rules in Favor of Electoral College
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Undergoes Cancer Treatment
Trump Orders US Firms Out of China After Beijing Sets New Tariffs