Mitsotakis says next elections will seal 'great political change'


Main opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Friday said his party will unite Greeks and bridge differences created by the governing coalition, expressing confidence New Democracy will emerge victorious from next year's elections during a speech at the opening day of the party's conference.



Poll: Most Greeks fear for natural environment

Nine in 10 Greek citizens are concerned about environmental degradation and state that they are trying to do their part to protect nature, according to the findings of a survey released on Thursday. 

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Appeal against name deal rejected

The Council of State on Friday rejected an appeal by a group of local and overseas Macedonian associations calling for the annulment of the Prespes name deal between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

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Russian patriarch appeals to leaders over Ukraine feud

Russian Patriarch Kirill has reportedly sent messages to world leaders including Pope Francis, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron, asking for their support in his feud with Kiev over the issue of the Ukrainian Church’s independence from Moscow.

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Repairing churches and mosques for 10 years

Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot members of the Technical Committee for Cultural Heritage gathered in the Buffer Zone on Wednesday together with the European Commission and the UNDP, to present the result of their ten-year effort in preserving the island’s cultural heritage.




Cinderella | Athens | December 21-29

Ballets de Monte-Carlo artistic director Jean-Christophe Maillot strips Sergei Prokofiev's “Cinderella” down to its bare bones in a reading of the classic tale by Charles Perrault that treats the characters like real people rather than fairy-tale figures.