20.01.2024 / 16:59

The Commercial Triangle of Athens is defined as the central area of the Municipality of Athens, flanked by Stadiou, Mitropoleos and Athinas streets, with the vertices of the imaginary “triangle” being Syntagma, Monastiraki and Omonia squares.

30.10.2023 / 12:44

Last Sunday, Kathimerini revealed that the individual posing as a Jewish-American multibillionaire named David Sassoon is not who he claims to be. He has been convicted of criminal offenses abroad and, according to official documents, his real name is Khalid El Sheriff and he is a Sudanese national. Sassoon arrived in […]

23.10.2023 / 13:18

Posing as a multimillionaire, David Sassoon managed to host lavish receptions for ambassadors in Athens while having been repeatedly imprisoned in the United States and the United Kingdom for multiple criminal offenses. Kathimerini presents his story, which reads like a screenplay for a dramatic thriller.

03.09.2023 / 21:00

A draft bill to be submitted to Parliament in the coming months will extend equal marriage and adoption rights to same-sex couples, Kathimerini understands.

31.05.2023 / 10:30

A week before Greece’s May 21 general election, communications consultant Stavros Kontaxis carried out an experiment. Using ChatGPT he designed a model for a poll of polls, inputting all the available survey results to see what kind of conclusion it would yield

20.03.2023 / 12:20

A group of Danish citizens that settled for a while in a village outside Thessaloniki in northern Greece apparently belonged to a secretive Christian sect that is now accused of mistreating its followers, including by subjecting children and adults alike to corporal punishment.

08.02.2023 / 21:31

“We learn to pick our fights in multilateral diplomacy, and [the return of the Parthenon Sculptures] was worth fighting for,” sums up one of Greece’s unexpected allies. Egyptian diplomat Maged Mosleh is speaking for the first time about the battle fought – and won – by Greece at the UNESCO Intergovernmental

20.01.2023 / 16:12

It wasn’t too cold the first night Marie spent on the streets of downtown Athens even though it was already early December. She had a small school bag with some milk, biscuits, diapers and baby wipes.

18.12.2022 / 14:50

After six years of arranging viewings on an almost daily basis for fellow Chinese nationals coming to Greece in search of good property deals, Peter Chang had to hang up his realtor’s hat three years ago, when the pandemic brought business to a halt.

17.11.2022 / 11:56

On the last day of October, lawyer Andreas Akaras kept refreshing the United States Supreme Court website trying to confirm the information he had been hearing since that morning: that the ruling he had been waiting for had been published. Indeed, the long-awaited ruling had been published online that afternoon.