The Cyprus Weekly
Easter fun seekers
The financial crisis may have a strong hold on Cyprus but it appears more people than last year will be using the Easter break to go on holiday.
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Seven arrested over Toumba violence
Seven people were arrested Wednesday in Thessaloniki, northern Greece, in connection to violence ahead of the Greek Cup semi-final second leg match between PAOK and Olympiakos soccer clubs.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
At the Getty. 'Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium from Greek Collections'
Byzantium - the very word conjures up images of a culture that was mystical and the mysterious, cultured, sophisticated and intimately doomed.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Basking in Greece's healing waters
Hercules used them to regain his strength after his legendary labour's, Hippocrates lauded their beneficial properties and even a famous Roman general, Sulla, said he owed his health to them.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
The Albany Herald
Tifton ag engineer solving real problems
George Vellidis has been fascinated by agricultural engineering since he was a high school student in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Merkel in Athens after bond sale success
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The Greek Monsters come to New York City
An infestation of Stymphalian birds has descended on Manhattan-and New Yorkers, surprisingly, are amused.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Filthy house gets Thessaloniki hoarder detained
Police in Thessaloniki on Thursday detained a 66-year-old man, deeming that his home in the district of Toumba was so dirty that it posed a public health risk.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Stavros Theodorakis of To Potami party in Brussels
The leader of the recently formed party To Potami , journalist Stavros Theodorakis, on Wednesday concluded meetings in Brussels with representatives of three political groupings in the European Parliament.
Suspected violent robber wanted in Greece arrested in Cyprus
A 27-year-old Albanian believed to be a member of a ring of violent robbers who have carried out more than 60 armed raids in Greece was arrested in Cyprus on Tuesday, the Greek Police said on Thursday.
The Fresno Bee
Greece returns to bond markets with 5-yr bond
The finance ministry said it had instructed international banks to issue the five-year euro-denominated bond, and that the sale "is expected to be priced and carried out in the immediate future."
Greece Returns to Bond Markets With 5-Yr Bond
Greece announced Wednesday it was returning to international bond markets for the first time in four years amid growing signs of confidence in the country at the forefront of Europe's debt crisis.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Beloved in antiquity, Greece's hot...
Hercules used them to regain his strength after his legendary labours, Hippocrates lauded their beneficial properties and even a famous Roman general, Sulla, said he owed his health to them.
Sofia News Agency
Greece Braces for Media Protest, General Strike
Last week, Greece saw protests of teachers which ended in heated discussions and scuffles outside the Education Ministry in Athens.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
The General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean holds an extraordinary session at Zappeio Hall in Athens.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
'Aspects Of Armenian Art' Exhibition To Open At Leventis Municipal Museum Of Nicosia
"ASPECTS OF ARMENIAN ART" EXHIBITION TO OPEN AT LEVENTIS MUNICIPAL MUSEUM OF NICOSIA 13:53 04.04.2014 The Leventis Municipal Museum presents the exhibition: "Aspects of Armenian Art - the Kalfayan Collection".
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Athens university wants better security after raids
The senate of the Athens University of Economics and Business has repeated its request for better security following fresh clashes between police and illegal street vendors selling their wares along Patission Street.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Unknown assailants attack students at Macedonia University
Two students at the University of Macedonia, which is based in Thessaloniki, were being treated in the hospital on Thursday for injuries sustained during an assault on Wednesday night by a group of youths who broke into the university campus and used iron bars to attack students and vandalize property.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Albany Times Union
Greece: Talks on debt relief could start in May
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble chats during a European Finance ministers meeting at Zappeion Hall in Athens, on Wednesday, April 2, 2014.
Former Thessaloniki governor exits New Democracy
Panayiotis Psomiadis, a former governor of Central Macedonia, has resigned from conservative party New Democracy, the AMNA news agency reported on Wednesday.