Myconos, Paros, Santorini and Andros are islands you may have visited. Perhaps you’ve been to all of them. Now imagine that all the residents of those islands disappeared, having packed their belongings and boarded a plane, never to return, and imagine that they all moved to Britain.


21.11.2016 / 19:47

Veteran conservative politician Costis Stephanopoulos, who served two terms as president of Greece, died late Sunday at the Henry Dunant Hospital in Athens from “complications of pneumonia.”

08.07.2016 / 11:18

Consider the following scenario: It’s October and the leftist-led government has failed to reach the revenue targets set out in the bailout agreement, prompting Greece’s lenders to demand fresh cuts to salaries and pensions.

24.06.2016 / 09:52

It was November 8, 2011, in the wake of the disastrous G20 summit in Cannes and then Greek prime minister George Papandreou’s incomprehensible decision to request a confidence vote in Parliament before stepping down.

15.11.2015 / 14:38

In an interview with Sunday’s Kathimerini, Yiannis Panousis’s first after claims that he received threats on his life and that SYRIZA officials had links with convicted terrorists, the former citizens’ protection minister claimed he received calls from government officials to release detained suspects.

30.10.2015 / 09:57

I was intensely embarrassed by the sight of Greece’s prime minister standing with his legs wide apart and his hands linked below his belt as the national anthems of Greece and France played during French President Francois Hollande’s visit to Greece.

23.09.2015 / 08:58

Consider the following: Would the results of Sunday’s election be any different if, two days before the ballot, poll companies had shown SYRIZA taking a clear 7.5 percent lead over New Democracy and Independent Greeks passing the threshold to enter Parliament?