“Few Listened to a Young Greek Woman Before She Died. Will We Listen Now?”

British newspaper The Guardian devoted an article to the two Greek students, Angeliki Granitsa, 21, and Irini Triantafyllou, 23, who were killed last Wednesday in Malgara when the...

Greek Mythology Figure Featured on New €10 Banknote

Today was the unveiling of the new 10€ banknote that will start circulating later this year. As the ECB stated earlier today, the new banknote will...

Greece’s Antenna Group Snaps Up Romanian TV, Radio Channels

The German ProSiebenSat.1 Group sold its interests in Central and Eastern Europe. The broadcaster sold Kiss TV as well as radio stations Kiss FM, Magic...

SEEMO: Increase in Attacks Against Journalists in Greece

  In an announcement, South East Europe Media Organization (SEEMO) highlights the increase in the number of journalists in Greece that have been attacked the...

FOCUS: Greek State No Longer Afraid of Troika

According to the German magazine “Focus,” Greece has a negotiation advantage over its creditors this time. In the related article, Robert Halver, an analyst...

BBC’s “Atlantis” Brings Greek Mythology to Life

A fantasy drama set in a world of legendary heroes and mythical creatures of ancient Greece starts through a new adventure series “Atlantis” on...

Kefalogianni: “Greece a Destination of Great Hospitality”

"Except for the ten percent increase in the tourism sector for the year 2014, another positive fact is that every tourist who has visited...

Greek Government Inquiry into Apple Devices

The majority of governments in the first semester of 2013 asked for information concerning Apple users. The Company published a new transparency report revealing...

The Development of Greek Broadband Connection Speed

A recent evaluation of the download speed broadband subscriptions was made by the Greek Member of European Union Georgios Papanikolaou, and the Dutch Commissioner...

The Greek “Pirates” of Electricity Power

“Pirates of the electricity” is the title of the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, referring to activists that take it upon themselves to reconnect the electricity...