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“Summer job Mykonos,” “Hotel maid” – such phrases are systematically repeated by Greek users during their searches on the internet.


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25.11.2022 / 20:43

Wives and partners murdered, children neglected and youngsters wielding pocket knives are becoming an all too common narrative, according to experts, noting that violence extends across the whole spectrum of Greek society – in work relationships, at school and in neighborhoods.




11.10.2022 / 12:51

A 53-year-old shopkeeper accused of repeatedly raping and pimping out a 12-year-old girl has been given until noon Wednesday to testify after appearing before an investigating magistrate. 


06.10.2022 / 09:23

Cohabitation agreements, which grant couples living together similar rights to those who are married, gained ground in 2021, with the country’s statistics agency ELSTAT reporting an increase of 28.5 percent last year compared to 2020.


08.08.2022 / 16:01

Katerina Makatouni landed in Athens feeling refreshed and ready to adapt to the local time zone, one of thousands of passengers enjoying the ease of traveling directly from Boston in the United States to the Greek capital.


30.06.2022 / 20:10

The concept of a “personal doctor” becomes a reality as of Friday, as private doctors of different specializations will have the opportunity to register for the program on the online social insurance platform IDIKA.




26.06.2022 / 13:53

Governments “need to help” the state take responsibility for the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC), which is still being propped up by emergency funding from the foundation even though the multi-million-euro facility was donated to the Greek state in 2017, SNF President Andreas Dracopoulos said in Athens on Friday.


26.05.2022 / 09:11

“There was Antonis, a man who emigrated to America from Greece, who thought he was a ‘real Greek’ and that everyone from Alatsata [present-day Alacati] and Asia Minor were inferior. Antonis worked in a restaurant, and he made a point of letting people like my uncle and other ‘Ottoman Greeks,’ as he called them, in only through the south door, which was for Blacks.”



29.12.2021 / 22:05

An Athens orphanage at the center of a probe into the alleged abuse of five boys between the ages of 7 and 11 had refused to declare the number of children in its care, Deputy Minister for Social Affairs Domna Michailidou told Kathimerini on Tuesday.