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Crete shaken by 4.3 magnitude earthquake on Monday (04/05)

The earthquake was mostly felt on the southern coast of the island.

What's in the Stars today, May 4?

Remain grounded and realistic and you will enjoy the positive opportunities of the day in the best possible way.

Reuters: Greece aims for deal with lenders, IMF hard on reforms- minister

Greece intends to meet debt payments this month and reach a deal with its international lenders to unlock remaining bailout…

2 inmates killed in Greek prison brawl

A brawl in an Athens prison wing housing foreigners left at least two inmates dead and 21 others injured on…

Authorities arrest Syrian migrant traffickers in Evros

Border police on Sunday arrested two Syrian nationals on charges of migrant-trafficking after they were caught transporting 18 Syrian irregular…

Work to restore looted Zominthos archaeological site on Crete

Greece's culture ministry has announced that work will begin on Monday to restored damage caused by illegal digging carried out…

Greek bankers stress need to reach agreement now with creditors

The heads of Greece's four systemic banks have urged the Greek government to swiftly wrap up talks and reach an…

Brussels Group talks to be resumed on Monday

The meetings of the Brussels Group and a seven-member Greek negotiating team will be resumed on Monday, after a one-day…

Statement by German President on war reparations historic, Parliament president say

Parliament President Zoi Konstantopoulou welcomed a statement made by German President Joachim Gauck concerning war reparations to Greece has historic,…

What's in the Stars today, May 3?

You may feel today that it was destiny that brought a person into your life, while in your relationship passion…

Productive Reconstruction Minister Lafazanis sends strong message on negotiations

An agreement with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund "must be in agreement with [majority coalition party] SYRIZA…

European currency built on unstable ground, FinMin Varoufakis says in interview

No country should have entered such "an unstably built common currency," especially a country with high deficits like Greece, Finance…

Weather Forecast: Slightly overcast on Sunday

Slightly overcast on Sunday, without rain. Mostly northwesterly winds, from 3 to 6 Beaufort, varying in strength and direction throughout…

Varoufakis tells Parliament that Siemens-state agreements will be reviewed

The compromise agreement between the Greek state and Siemens dated August 2012 will be reexamined, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis told…

Brussels Group of Greek gov't, institutions reps continue talks in Belgium

Negotiations between representatives of the Greek government and of the country's creditors - collectively known as the Brussels Group team…

Earthquake 4.7 Richters off the coast of Crete shakes southern city of Ierapetra

An earthquake measuring 4.7 on the Richter scale occurred at 11:23 on Saturday (02/05) morning under the sea off the…

What's in the Stars today, May 2?

With the Moon trine Venus, put on your bright lippy and smile and get ready to welcome joy, beauty, kisses…

Six Baltimore officers charged in death of Freddie Gray

Baltimore's chief prosecutor charged one police officer with murder on Friday and five others with lesser crimes in the death…

DW: German President Gauck raises prospect of World War Two reparations for Greece

President Joachim Gauck has raised the possibility of Germany addressing Greece's demands for reparations for the Nazi occupation of the…

Action team helps Greece absorb nearly 183 mln euros in EU funds as of mid-March

A new action set up to help Greece absorb more EU funding appears to have borne the first results, as…

Small-scale incidents around Labour Day rallies in Athens

Antiestablishment individuals threw two petrol bombs at Propylaea, in central Athens, during the rallies for Labour Day on Friday, then…

Weather forecast: Overcast on Saturday

Overcast on Saturday, with brief spells of rain in East Macedonia and Thrace and low visibility in Epirus early in…

PM Tsipras posts Labour Day message on Twitter

The government's "efforts to consolidate and expand our rights, for democracy and for a dignified life, will be victorious," Prime…

Centre of Athens shut down for Labour Day action

Downtown Athens is closed as of this morning, Friday, for strike rallies to commemorate Labour Day (May 1).

What's in the Stars today, May 1?

With the sociable and tasteful Libra Moon, the custom of the day offers a fantastic opportunity to seek the beauty…