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Migrant detention conditions slammed
By Elena Becatoros
Thousands of migrants detained in Greece for lacking the correct paperwork, including some asylum seekers and teenagers, are held in often appalling conditions without access to basic hygiene and regular medical care, according to a medical aid group which accused the Greek state of causing "unnecessary suffering and harm."
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City of Piraeus undergoes transportation transformation
The last obstacle to the Athens metro’s expansion to Piraeus will be a thing of the past once excavation works on the archaeologic...
The real deputies of the Greek Parliament
The team behind Vouliwatch (www.vouliwatch.gr) could not have asked for better timing. Since the launch of the online platform on ...
Pilio-based tourism professionals launch online campaign for year-round direct flights from UK to Volos
What’s the point of having a year-round holiday destination when few people can actually get to it? For most Greeks, Mount Pilio, ...
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Petros Demertzis had already noticed the declining state of Greek media a few years ago, but when newspapers and radio and televis...
Medical group slams migrant detention conditions
Thousands of migrants detained in Greece for lacking the correct paperwork, including some asylum seekers and teenagers, are held ...
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Mural aims to fill urban black hole
 
When the deputy mayor for sanitation at the City of Athens, posted a digital mock-up on his Facebook page of a mural by artist Manolis Anastasakos to be painted on the walls around an empty plot of land near Omonia Square, he had no idea much interest it would generate.

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The real deputies of the Greek Parliament
By Lina Giannarou
Vouliwatch, which is the Greek version of Parliament Watch, enables citizens to monitor and evaluate the activity of members of parliament, as well as the European Parliament. Visitors can also find out about the voting record of deputies and ask them questions.
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Only in Athens: A new design concept for souvenirs
By Dimitris Rigopoulos
The Only in Athens project, a joint initiative between architectural firm Point Supreme and the Blanco team headed by poet Stathis Kefalouros, is making some headway by presenting alternative
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Leading Greek museums and sites extend visiting hours for new tourist season
A number of the country's archaeological sites and museums inaugurated extended visiting hours on Tuesday in view of the upcoming tourist season.
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