Upgraded Greek – Albanian police pact

Greece and Albania signed an upgraded law enforcement cooperation protocol on Friday, during the visit here by Citizen's Protection Minister Mihalis Chryssohoidis (foto). ...

Eurovision Greece: George Alkaios & Friends brings OPA with them to Oslo

Tonight seven artists competed in order to represent Greece at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest. In a mix of jury and televoting George Alkaios...

Angela Gkerekou inaugurates the Greek National Organization’s pavilion at the ITB exhibit

By Anna Papadimitriou The Deputy Culture and Tourism Minister, Angela Gerekou, inaugurated the Greek National Organization’s pavilion at the top international exhibition ITB in Berlin. During...

Sweden angers Turkey with ‘genocide’ vote

A diplomatic row is brewing between Sweden and Turkey after Sweden's parliament yesterday voted to describe the 1915 killing of Armenians, Assyrians, Greeks and...

Papoulias to swear an oath for second term as President of Greece

Today, Karolos Papoulias is to swear an oath as Greek President. Mr. Papoulias will take on a second term as the Greek President. Greek lawmakers...

Turkish Vice PM: «Νo problem in the reopening of Greek school in Heibeli Island»

March 11, Turkish Vice Prime Minister Bulent Arinc (foto) met with representatives of national and religious minorities in Turkey. 21 people, including Israeli rabbi Isaak...

Greece in strike

Serious street clashes erupted between rioting youths and police in central Athens Thursday as tens of thousands demonstrated during a nationwide strike against the...

Greek musicians a force on Istanbul’s vibrant music scene

Few musicians active in Istanbul's vibrant music scene blend in as well as the Greeks. Look at any calendar for a music venue and...

Greek souvlaki at the forefront of the fight against obesity in Britain

Chain restaurant "The Real Greek" was the first to include the number of calories in each dish. Many followed, but as it turned out...

Greek strike to ground flights

A sweeping strike is set to cripple Greece on Thursday in the second such protest in a fortnight against debt-driven austerity measures. Government offices, public...