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Activists reported that two transsexual refugees, who are living at a UNHCR camp on the island of Leros, were attacked by locals on Friday. Greece’s...

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras defended the initial deal his government struck on Tuesday with international lenders before skeptical ruling SYRIZA party lawmakers on Friday,...

The Pan-Hellenic Seamen’s Federation (PNO) has announced a 48-hour nationwide strike in all ship categories from 00:01 on Tuesday, May 16, until 24:00 on...

Greece's privatization agency TAIPED has appointed executive director Lila Tsitsogiannopoulou as its new chair, it said on Friday. Tsitsogiannopoulou will take over from Chief Executive Antonios...

The European Commission will revise down its growth forecast for Greece this year to around 2 percent from a previous 2.7 percent, an EU...

Informed visitors and passers-by at Syntagma Square in central Athens were treated to a rare sight on the night of April 27, as the...

Greek tourism is projected to record an all-time high in terms of arrivals this year. However, no one is yet able to predict whether...

In efforts to ensure safety and improved accessibility and services for tourists, the Municipal Port Fund of Thira announced the launch of a cruise...

Visitors to downtown Athens’s Syntagma Square will soon be able to test their mettle at a “haunted house” offering an immersive excursion into our...

The government on Tuesday shifted its focus to securing specific debt commitments from the country’s creditors after Greek officials and foreign auditors agreed on...