Thousands of undocumented compensation claims to Attiki Odos

As many as 12,000 compensation claims have reached Attiki Odos from motorists claiming to have been trapped on the Athens tollway during January’s snowstorm, though no more than 3,500 of these claims came from citizens who could provide proof of their ordeal – matching original calculations.

Ukrainians bring pets to safety

Inna, a 20-year-old woman from Ukraine (left), is seen with her husband Igor, 28, and their cat Sarah, at a refugee facility in Elefsina, southwest of Athens.

Athens Academy hosts exhibition on 1821 Revolution

The Athens Academy, the country’s preeminent institution of the sciences and letters, will showcase rare historical artifacts from its collection, spanning the period before Greece’s War of Independence to the 1827 Battle of Navarino, a turning-point in the struggle against Ottoman rule.

Greeks continue calls for end to war

Members of the Patra Bar Association hold up signs protesting the Russian invasion of Ukraine on the steps of the association’s headquarters in the western port city, on Friday.