Mitsotakis attends Dormition services at Tinos

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis attended religious services for the day of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary on the island of Tinos Monday.

Online scams proliferating at alarming rate

Online and telephone scams have become a scourge, with estimates suggesting they cause hundreds of millions of euros in losses every year.

Air ambulance missions soar

The number of air ambulance missions collecting patients is expected to hit a decade high following the increase in tourist traffic.

Foreign Ministry issues condolences on Egyptian church fire

The Foreign Ministry said it is “deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life in a fire at a church in Giza, Egypt,” in which at least 41 people were killed and 45 injured on Sunday. “Our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families and wishes for a swift recovery to the injured,” the ministry said.

Police find €1.5m and drugs after former reality TV contestant crashes into court car park

Police found €1.2 million in cash, as well as large amounts of cocaine, cannabis and other drugs, in the car that a 33-year-old former reality TV contestant forcibly drove into a courthouse parking lot on Saturday morning. Another €300,000 was subsequently recovered in a raid on the man’s home.


On Wednesday, the state-of-the-art Abdulhamid Han drilling ship sailed from the port of Mersin in southern Turkey to conduct hydrocarbons exploration in the Eastern Mediterranean.

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Police say migrants on Evros islet are ‘outside Greek territory’
Driver arrested after police find 13 migrants in passenger car

Police near Thessaloniki arrested a 25-year-old man on Saturday after 13 undocumented migrants were found in his passenger car. Ten of the migrants were found in the main part of the car and three in the trunk. Police spotted the car near the Lagadas junction on the Egnatia Odos, north of Thessaloniki.


Four in five firms considered insolvent

The soaring of business financing recorded in the year’s first half with record new loans amounting to 4.2 billion euros has not kept pace with a parallel increase in worthy businesses.


Olympiakos and PAOK let their fans down
Ten fans of Israeli club Maccabi Tel Aviv sentenced in Greece

A Greek court on Friday handed down suspended sentences and fines to 10 fans of Israeli soccer club Maccabi Tel Aviv after finding them guilty of illegal possession of flares as they headed to a Europa Conference League match against Aris.


Museums to host concerts, tours on Friday, full moon night

The Acropolis Museum, the National Archaeological Museum, and the Museum of Byzantine Culture in Thessaloniki are only some of the Greek museums celebrating the August full moon on Friday (August 12).

Paros complains that frequent blackouts hurt business
Panigyria in full swing nationwide
Evangelia Platanioti finishes fourth in artistic swimming finals
Exhibition draws attention to gender violence
June unemployment at 12.1% – smallest since April 2010
A marble head of a child retrieved from the ashes of Smyrna