Plan to build broader alliances

The goal of expanding relations with states and regions outside of Greece’s usual surroundings (NATO, EU, Balkans, Mediterranean) was among the central objectives of Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias’ contacts this week in New York during the UN General Assembly.

Akar issues fresh threats against Greece

Turkey’s Defense Minister Hulusi Akar has reacted to a recent visit by his Greek counterpart Nikos Panagiotopoulos to the eastern Aegean island of Kastellorizo, some 2 km off Turkey’s southern coast, while reiterating Turkish demands for demilitarization.

Athens Cadastre at long last entering digital era

The protracted period of the Athens Cadastre’s transition to the digital era is set to end in the coming months.

Kikilias meets tour operators and airline reps in Sweden

Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias continued his promotional tour abroad with a visit to Sweden on Friday.

Mitsotakis raises Parthenon sculptures at UN

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis referred to Greece’s standing demand for the permanent return from the British Museum in London of the Parthenon sculptures during his address to the United Nations General Assembly.


In Iran, thousands of women, and many men, have taken to the streets to protest against the regime.

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Concern over death rates among injecting drug users
Migrant traffickers arrested in Thessaloniki

Police in Thessaloniki, northern Greece, announced on Saturday the arrest of a total of five people in three different cases of alleged migrant smuggling. 


Huge rise in small debtors

Four out of seven (57.4%) state debtors have arrears that do not exceed 500 euros apiece, according to data from the Independent Authority for Public Revenue and the Parliamentary Budget Office.


Mitsotakis honored by Greek-American community


Nations League: Historic win for Cyprus over Greece
MLS to investigate use of racial slur by DC United player Taxiarchis Fountas

Major League Soccer said it will look into a claim that DC United player Taxi Fountas used a racial slur against Inter Miami defender Damion Lowe during the second half of the team’s match on Sunday night.


Les Arts Florissants | Athens | October 2

Renowned harpsichordist and conductor William Christie leads Les Arts Florissants in a show that combines music, dance and theater, in an anthology of emblematic works by Moliere.

Former Tenedos residents reminisce half a century after leaving
Traffic grinds to a halt in capital
Along northeastern border, author tells, and collects, tales
High summer back for the weekend
PM signs Queen Elizabeth II’s condolence book
The chronicle of a national catastrophe