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Mitsotakis’ US visit in pictures

Mitsotakis’ US visit in pictures Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis completed a landmark almost three-day visit to the United States on Tuesday which was crowned by a historic speech at the Congress following a meeting with President Joe Biden at the White House. On Monday, Mitsotakis held an open discussion with Washington Post journalist David […]

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38.3% increase in industry turnover in March

38.3% increase in industry turnover in March Greek industry turnover jumped by 38.3% in March. In particular, according to Hellenic Statistical Authority-ELSTAT, the General Index of Turnover in Industry (total domestic and foreign market) of March 2022, compared to the corresponding index of March 2021, showed an increase of 38.3% compared to an increase of […]

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Tourism: Greece chosen by Austrians and English for holidays this summer

Tourism: Greece chosen by Austrians and English for holidays this summer The messages for Greek tourism coming from Austria are exceptional, with the demand for this year’s tourist season exceeding all expectations. At the same time, there is a strong interest from the British for family vacations in Greece as our country continues to be […]

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 to be shot on Corfu

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 to be shot on Corfu The third film in the My Big Fat Greek Wedding franchise was given the green light and filming is to take place, in part, according to Corfu TV News, on Corfu. The news comes 13 months after it was first announced that the story, […]

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Papaflessas: The Priest Turned Hero of the Greek War of Independence

Papaflessas: The Priest Turned Hero of the Greek War of Independence Grigorios Dikaios, aka “Papaflessas.” Credit: Uknown / public domain. Among the many heroes of the Greek War of Independence, Georgios Dimitrios Dikaios, better known by the nom de guerre “Papaflessas,” was perhaps the most eccentric personality. Papaflessas was not only a clergyman but a […]

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Elon Musk Pays Tribute to Greek Composer Vangelis

Elon Musk Pays Tribute to Greek Composer Vangelis Chariots of Fire by Vangelis Papathanasiou was used during the London 2012 Olympics medal presentation ceremonies. Credit: Markdawson , CC BY-SA 3.0/Wikipedia Elon Musk, head of SpaceX paid a touching tribute to Vangelis Papathanasiou, the Greek composer who died on Thursday at the age of 79. Musk […]

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Spiralling costs could take Greek graviera cheese off the menu

Spiralling costs could take Greek graviera cheese off the menu NAXOS – In a small factory on the Greek island of Naxos, workers are busy churning out its famous graviera cheese. At least, they are for now. A crisis unfolding on the island’s farms is sparking fears that the locally-produced pale yellow wheels may soon […]

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Vangelis, composer of ‘Chariots of Fire’ score, dies at 79

Vangelis, composer of ‘Chariots of Fire’ score, dies at 79 Vangelis, the Greek composer whose rousing electronic theme music for the Oscar-winning 1981 film “Chariots of Fire” became one of the most loved movie scores, has died at the age of 79. The law firm representing the composer said he died late on Tuesday, without […]

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Older, cheaper pads steal show

Older, cheaper pads steal show The Greek property market witnessed major demand last year for older and cheaper houses that are ideal for immediate renovation and utilization through renting (short- or long-term) or even reselling at a significantly higher price. According to data on the property transactions implemented through RE/MAX Greece’s network of 73 estate […]

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Why Did a Statue of Greek Philosopher Diogenes Cause Controversy in Turkey?

Why Did a Statue of Greek Philosopher Diogenes Cause Controversy in Turkey? The statue of ancient Greek philosopher Diogenes searching for an honest man that caused controversy in Turkey. Credit: Michael F. Schonitzer/Wikimedia Commons/ CC BY-SA 4.0 A statue dedicated to the ancient Greek philosopher Diogenes in Sinope, Turkey, the city of his birth, stirred […]

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Greek political world pays tribute to composer Vangelis

Greek political world pays tribute to composer Vangelis Tributes to composer Vangelis (Papathanassiou), who died in Paris aged 79, started coming in from the Greek political world as the news of the internationally acclaimed composer’s death made top story in the local media. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis called Vangelis “a pioneer of electronic sound, […]

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Greek foreign policy after Ukraine

Greek foreign policy after Ukraine The actions of the big powers have a fundamental impact on the shape of the international system. Russia’s invasion of an independent state has created new geopolitical realities. Relations between the West and Russia have returned to the 1950s, when they were dominated by mutual mistrust and the fear of […]

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The impact of the Greek-American community

The impact of the Greek-American community A lot is said every so often about the role and influence of the Greek diaspora, and given that the United States is the most powerful nation in the world right now, it’s no surprise that in that context it is the Greek-American community that is getting much of […]

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Oscar-winning composer Vangelis Papathanassiou dies in Paris at age 79

Oscar-winning composer Vangelis Papathanassiou dies in Paris at age 79 Internationally acclaimed Greek composer Vangelis Papathanassiou, known globally as Vangelis, has died in Paris, a law firm representing the artist has announced. Vangelis was born near the city of Volos in Greece in 1943, and he started composing music at the age of 4, giving […]

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Greek Composer Vangelis Papathanasiou Passes Away

Greek Composer Vangelis Papathanasiou Passes Away Greek composer Vangelis passed away on Tuesday. Credit: Kapetan Nikolios/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 3.0 World renowned Greek composer Vangelis Papathanasiou, known professionally simply as Vangelis, passed away at 79, according to an announcement made on Thursday. The composer, who won an Oscar award for composing the score for the film […]

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New reported cases of Covid-19 continue to fall with 3,928

New reported cases of Covid-19 continue to fall with 3,928 Greek health authorities announced 3,928 and 23 virus-related deaths during their daily update on the course of the pandemic on Thursday. According to the National Organization for Public Health (EODY), there are also currently 160 intubated patients currently being treated in Intensive Care Units. The […]

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PM, FM pay tribute on anniversary of Pontian Genocide

PM, FM pay tribute on anniversary of Pontian Genocide Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias took to social media on Thursday to mark the 103rd anniversary of the systematic extermination of some 353,000 ethnic Greeks living on the shores of the Black Sea by the Ottoman Turks between 1916 and 1923. […]

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Turkey lashes out at Greek officials’ ‘delusional statements’ on Pontian genocide anniversary

Turkey lashes out at Greek officials’ ‘delusional statements’ on Pontian genocide anniversary Turkey lashed out on Thursday at statements made by Greek officials, including the country’s president, to commemorate the 103rd anniversary of the Pontian Genocide. “We categorically reject the delusional statements made by the Greek authorities on the pretext of the anniversary of the […]

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How Ernest Hemingway Witnessed the Greek Genocide

How Ernest Hemingway Witnessed the Greek Genocide Illustration by Greek Reporter Ernest Hemingway witnessed at first hand, as a young journalist, the displacement of the Greek population from their ancestral homelands in Pontus, Thrace and Asia Minor. His restless spirit of adventure took him to many places, where he so often received the inspiration to […]

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Greek president calls for recognition of Pontic Genocide on 103rd anniversary

Greek president calls for recognition of Pontic Genocide on 103rd anniversary The international community has a “manifest obligation” to recognize the systematic extermination of some 353,000 ethnic Greeks living on the shores of the Black Sea by the Ottoman Turks between 1916 and 1923, President Katerina Sakellaropoulou said on Thursday, marking the anniversary of the […]

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Why Greek Statues Have Small Penises: A Woman’s Explanation Goes Viral

Why Greek Statues Have Small Penises: A Woman’s Explanation Goes Viral The Artemision Bronze represents either Zeus, the ancient Greek king of the gods of Mount Olympus, or possibly Poseidon, the god of the Sea. Credit: National Archaeological Museum, Athens A woman’s explanation of why ancient Greek statues have small penises has gone viral on […]

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The three “thorns” of Greek tourism: Short-term leases, increased operating costs, lack of employees

The three “thorns” of Greek tourism: Short-term leases, increased operating costs, lack of employees Patience is running out is the message sent by the hotel and tourism operators from the podium of the general assembly of the Hellenic Hoteliers Federation (HHF) on how the state deals with the issue of short-term leases such as AirBnb. […]

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Ankara irked by Greek PM’s speech in US Congress

Ankara irked by Greek PM’s speech in US Congress Turkey’s leadership expressed annoyance at Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ speech on Tuesday to the Joint Session of US Congress, with Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay slamming it as “theater” and “a show.” Oktay urged members of the US Congress to think twice before applauding the speech […]

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Microsoft and Greek officials talk data centers

Microsoft and Greek officials talk data centers Government and Microsoft officials held their first meeting on Tuesday on the implementation of the technology giant’s strategic data centers investment in Greece. As Alternate Development and Investments Minister Nikos Papathanassis said in a tweet, “Today we are holding the opening meeting for Microsoft’s strategic investment, with Senior […]

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Afghan father cleared in 6-year-old’s death at sea

Afghan father cleared in 6-year-old’s death at sea A Greek cour on Wednesday cleared an Afghan refugee of criminal charges related to the death of his son, aged 6, who drowned during a sea crossing from the Turkish coast in November 2020. Nander Ayubi and his son were separated at sea when their boat sank. […]

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Greek Tourism Minister visits Serbia on Thursday

Greek Tourism Minister visits Serbia on Thursday Greek Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias is heading to Belgrade on Wednesday night, where he is scheduled to meet with Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism & Telecommunications Tatjana Matic on Thursday, ANA reports. On Thursday, he will meet with National Association of Travel Agencies (YUTA) President Aleksandar Senicic, followed […]

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A very good moment

A very good moment Apart from its historic significance, the Greek prime minister’s address to a Joint Meeting of the US Congress on Tuesday was also very effective in terms of promoting Greece’s image to the world. Kyriakos Mitsotakis did not mince his words about the overflights by Turkish fighter jets, about Ankara’s revisionist policies […]

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Tourism Min. Kikilias to Belgrade on Thursday

Tourism Min. Kikilias to Belgrade on Thursday Greek Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias is heading to Belgrade on Wednesday night, where he is scheduled to meet with Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism & Telecommunications Tatjana Matic on Thursday. According to the Greek ministry’s announcement, Kikilias will speak to Serbian media outlets right after his arrival on […]

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Jobless rate posts significant drop in March

Jobless rate posts significant drop in March The Greek unemployment rate eased to 12.2% of the workforce in March from 12.7% in February and 16.8% in March 2021, the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) said on Wednesday. The number of jobless people totaled 582,001 in March, down 21.2% from March 2021 and 4.2% lower than February […]

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Greece to Scrap Mask Mandate on June 1

Greece to Scrap Mask Mandate on June 1 Credit: Greek Reporter Greeks will no longer be required to wear masks indoors starting June first, according to Thanos Plevris, the Greek minister of health. However, masks will still be required in certain places, such as in hospitals, elder care homes, and on public transit. Travelers on […]

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