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Talks planned after 'shameful' soccer scenes
The government has pledged to meet with soccer officials after Easter to tackle unruliness in the game following wild scenes at the Greek Cup semifinal between PAOK and Olympiakos in Thessaloniki on Wednesday night, which led to seven arrests.
 INSIDE NEWS
Greek Christians mark rare Good Friday in north Cyprus
Hundreds of Greek Orthodox pilgrims, some coming home after 40 years of forced exile, commemorated the crucifixion of Jesus in a r...
Greece offers to help find Turkish F-16 lost in 1996
Greece officially offered on Thursday to assist Turkey in its efforts to locate and salvage a Turkish Air Force fighter jet which ...
Talks lined up in wake of ‘shameful’ soccer scenes
The government has pledged to meet with soccer officials after Easter to tackle unruliness in the game following wild scenes at th...
Dimou quits To Potami over Holy Fire quip
Author Nikos Dimou announced on Friday he was resigning as a member of To Potami, the centrist party led by journalist Stavros The...
Government looks to kick on
After a busy but productive few weeks during which Greece secured billions of euros in pending rescue loans, returned to internati...
Celebrity sued over site snap
The Culture Ministry has sued television celebrity and would-be mayor of Marathonas Ilias Psinakis for illegally posing for photog...
Easter Friday and Saturday opening hours for shops in Greece
Stores across the country will be operating according to a slightly different schedule on Friday and Saturday in view of Greek Ort...
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Dimou quits To Potami over Holy Fire quip
 
Author Nikos Dimou said on Friday he was resigning as a member of To Potami, the centrist party led by journalist Stavros Theodorakis, after making waves by questioning the belief that the Holy Fire brought from Jerusalem to Greece on Easter Saturday is the result of a miracle.
NEWS
Greece offers to help find lost Turkish F-16
 
Greece officially offered on Thursday to assist Turkey in its efforts to locate and salvage a Turkish Air Force fighter jet which crashed in the Aegean almost 20 years ago.
 
COMMUNITY
POLITICS
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.
LIFE
DESIGN
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
TOURISM
MUSEUMS
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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