4 hrs ago
Revisiting a bygone era through the photographs of Constantine Manos
Back in the days before Greek villages were connected to the electricity grid, Constantine Manos captured vivid, unstaged images of proud, well-mannered villagers in the places where they lived and worked.
12 hrs ago
Holding the course
There is no room for ego trips and personal whims when the country's survival is at stake.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Trend Hunter Magazine
City-Measuring Installations - The 'Oh My Cad' Installation Show the...
'Oh My CAD' is an architectural installation that is set up in Greece by the creative group 'Beforelight.'
Maria Menounos gushes about her Mykonos vacation while cosying up to her boyfriend of 15 years
The Extra host has been gallivanting around Mykonos, Greece, with her family, friends and boyfriend Keven Undergaro over the past weekend.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Do I think Nazism is back? Yes
In watching Greece the country where we got the word we use to describe our political make up, democracy.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
This Is Scunthorpe
Counting pennies? Costa Blanca doesn't cost a lot
IF YOUR family needs to count the pennies, or euros, on holiday in Europe this summer, the best place to go is the Costa Blanca coastline of Spain.
The Daily Star
Mykonos: A refreshing cocktail of contrasts
MYKONOS, Greece: Mykonos is nobody's secret for almost half a century the Greek island has been honing its cosmopolitan welcome, luring celebrities, tour groups, families and backpackers alike to its warm but refreshingly breezy shores.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Athens & Greek Islands, Air, 8 Nights, From $1,609
Spend some time exploring the historical sites and gorgeous islands of Greece with this travel package to Athens, Mykonos, and Santorini.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Euro Working Group to discuss 3.3 bln tranche
The Euro Working Group of eurozone finance ministry officials will on Thursday decide on the disbursement of the next bailout loan tranche to Athens, amounting to 3.3 billion euros, under the cloud of political turmoil created within the Greek government by the decision to shut down and reopen the Greek state broadcaster.
The final resting place of the Athenians of old
Just a few hundred meters away from the busy and buzzing neighborhood of Thiseio in central Athens, the shade and serenity of the Kerameikos Ancient Cemetery offers much-welcome respite in the summer months.
Greek PM faces coalition revolt over state TV shutdown
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras faced a political revolt on Wednesday from partners in his ruling coalition after the government abruptly switched the state broadcaster off the air in the middle of the night.
Greece back in crisis mode
The setbacks, coupled with the derailing of a troubled privatisation programme, reversed a rise in investor confidence that had prompted Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to say the risk of a "Grexit" from the euro was dead and a "Greekovery" was under way.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Emirates News Agency
Abdullah bin Zayed, his Greek counterpart discuss bilateral ties
WAM Athens, 11th June 2013 - Visiting UAE Foreign Minister H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan discussed today with his Greek counterpart Dimitris Avramopoulos ways of enhancing relations and cooperation between the UAE and Greece in various sectors, especially in investment, trade and energy.
A fairy-tale hero meets the luxury world of Hermes
Sitting among the signature silk scarves and handmade handbags meticulously placed in the display windows of the Hermes store off Syntagma Square in Athens, Zafeiris Kontopitharos seems perplexed.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Grande Hotel Bretagne sea-bass carpaccio
Today's recipe comes from the Hotel Grande Bretagne in Athens, Greece where exquisite cuisine is showcased in a magical setting.
LuxembourgA's Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker begins a two-day official visit in Athens.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
A scene in a street of Plaka opposite the Acropolis of Athens and the Tower of the Winds.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Tsereteli Monument Unveiled in Greece
VERIA, June 7 A monument to Paul the Apostle by controversial Georgian sculptor Zurab Tsereteli was unveiled in the Greek city of Veria on Friday in a ceremony attended by the head of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Register for Rome VBS
The five-day adventure, Aug. 5 to 9, is sponsored by Lakes Area Christian Fellowship and Woodland Lutheran Church in the town of Rome.