Violent incidents among residents at Skaramangas hotspot

Violent incidents were reported early Tuesday among residents at the Skaramangas hotspot for refugees and migrants, in which one Kurd…

Cuba plane crash claims 111th victim

The death toll of Cuba's deadliest air disaster in 30 years has risen to 111 after one of the survivors…

FM Kotzias met State Dept Secretary Pompeo in Washington

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias met in Washington on Monday with State Department Secretary Michael Pompeo, as part of a…

Athens Newspapers Headlines (22/05/2018)

The Tuesday edition of Athens dailies at a glance.

Weather forecast: Mostly fair on Tuesday (22/05/2018)

Mostly fair and northerly winds are forecast for Tuesday.

Tsipras: The plan for growth passes from prosperity for the numbers to prosperity for people

The conclusion of the fourth programme review is one more decisive step towards a final exit from the memorandum period,…

Venezuela election: Maduro wins second term amid claims of vote rigging

Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro has won re-election to another six-year term, in a vote marred by an opposition boycott and…

Four individuals indicted for involvement in attack on Thessaloniki mayor

Four individuals allegedly involved in an assault on Thessaloniki Mayor Yiannis Boutaris will face charges and appear in court, Greek…

Greek comedian Harry Klynn dies at the age of 78

Greek actor, director and musician Harry Klynn (real name Vasilis Triantafyllidis) died on Monday at the age of 78.

''Growth Strategy for the future'' to be presented at cabinet meeting

The comprehensive plan outlining Greece's strategy after the country's exit from the financial assistance programme will be presented at Monday's…

Athens Newspapers Headlines (21/05/2018)

The Monday edition of Athens dailies at a glance.

Weather forecast: Partly cloudy on Monday (21/05/2018)

Partly cloudy and easterly winds are forecast for Monday.

Greek government, institutions reach staff level agreement

Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos announced that the government and the institutions reached a staff level agreement on the fourth review…

Luc Besson: French film director accused of rape

Police in Paris are investigating a rape allegation made against Luc Besson, one of France's best-known film directors.

Thessaloniki mayor Yiannis Boutaris beaten up

The mayor of Greece's second-largest city Thessaloniki has been treated in hospital after being beaten up by about a dozen…

PM Tsipras: We are working for a solution that will not collapse in a few months

Greece's role in Skopje and Albania's EU accession proceedings is determinant, stated Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Saturday in his…

Weather forecast: Partly cloudy on Sunday (20/05/2018)

Partly cloudy and north-northeasterly winds are forecast for Sunday.

Gov’t, institutions to start discussion on final text of staff level agreement on Saturday evening

The Greek Ministers will start the discussion with the heads of the institutions' missions on the final text of the…

PM Tsipras: We want a solution that will be viable

The differences between the political forces are natural to exist in a real Democracy, but in major issues, as the…

Santa Fe school shooting: 10 dead and 10 wounded in Texas

Ten people have been killed and 10 others injured after a student opened fire at a Texas high school, the…

Cuba plane crash leaves more than 100 dead

More than 100 people have died after a Boeing 737 airliner crashed near Cuba's main airport in Havana, the country's…

Greece, creditors agree on reintroducing single book prices

Greece agreed with international creditors on Friday to reintroduce single prices for books, meaning that books will have the same…

Weather forecast: Mostly fair on Saturday (19/05/2018)

Mostly fair weather and winds from variable directions are forecast for Saturday.

World Museum Day celebrated on May 18 with tours, exhibitions, workshops

Guided tours, exhibitions, art workshops, educational programs, speeches, virtual tours, concerts, theatrical performances, poetry readings, seminars and interactive digital presentations…

The government will not retreat from red lines on Skopje name issue, government sources say

The government will not retreat from its red lines as regards the Skopje name issue but insist on both a…