Athens rejects Ankara’s allegations over Greek military overflights

Greece on Saturday rejected as “unfounded and untrue” Turkey’s allegations that Greek military jets recently violated the country’s airspace. 

Brussels: Greece key in independence from Russian gas

One of the keys to complete independence of Southeastern Europe from Russian gas is the new import and transit infrastructure that is being developed in Greece, according to a statement by the European Commission. 

British Museum insists on right of ownership

The British Museum “firmly believes” that the parts of the Parthenon marbles lifted from the site by Lord Elgin some 220 years ago and displayed in its premises belong where they currently are. 

Covid-19: 3,424 new cases, 21 deaths

Health authorities on Saturday announced 3,424 new coronavirus infections and 21 Covid-related deaths.

Greeks want quality in their employment

The talent shortage and the “great resignation” wave triggered after the outbreak of the global health crisis are changing conditions in the labor market, too, with almost one in every two Greek workers saying they would rather quit their job if it gets in the way of their personal happiness, according to a Workmonitor survey by Randstad.


The pandemic, war, the climate crisis, high prices, unfettered technology all contribute to the widening of inequality and greater insecurity in the world.



Ilias Makris20.05.2022


Ilias Makris19.05.2022


Ilias Makris18.05.2022

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Athens condemns ‘unilateral and illegal’ moves in Varosha
Bulgaria rejects EU pressure to allow North Macedonia to join

Bulgaria is sticking to its position blocking North Macedonia's accession talks with the European Union despite growing pressures from its Western partners to lift its veto following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.


Aiming for solar panels on every rooftop

In its effort to quickly wean Europe off Russian gas and fossil fuels, the European Commission has presented its proposal for a dedicated solar energy strategy, which basically seeks to transform homes, shops and businesses into energy-efficient buildings.


The impact of the Greek-American community


Misic buzzer beater ends Olympiakos’ dream
Stuttgart complete permanent signing of Arsenal’s Mavropanos

Arsenal defender Dinos Mavropanos has joined Bundesliga side Vfb Stuttgart on a permanent deal, the clubs said on Thursday.


Niarchos Foundation cancels €4 million grant to Culture Ministry over ‘systematic delays’

A prominent philanthropic organization announced on Friday the cancellation of a €4 million grant to the Culture Ministry to protect archaeological findings due to “constant and systematic delays” in the project.

The adventures of a Mycenaean ring
The world of music mourns the passing of Vangelis
Country’s first hydrogen station for small vehicles unveiled
Greek President visits Hanoi
Putting residents at the center of urban planning
Palamas’ residence at stake


‘Buy now pay later,’ in Greece