Thirty-two Turkish nationals who were rescued by the Greek coast guard on Thursday night, after arriving on a rubber dinghy on the islet of Inousses in the eastern Aegean, have applied for political asylum, sources said on Saturday.
"The worst part about working with these children is not that they will leave: that is the best part," says Stephanie Martinez, 26, who runs the Habibi Centre, a school teaching refugee children from the ages of 12-18.
Low cost aircarrier EasyJet continues to invest to Greece by introducing seven new flights starting from June 2017 with two weekly flights from Volos to Gatwick, London.
Greece, the place where Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis first emerged, finally looks like it could escape its bailout years. Yield-hungry bond investors are smartly going along for the ride.
The Total Building Activity (private-public) in Greece, in September 2017 which is calculated on the basis of the number of issued building permits, amounted to 1,081, according to the Hellenic Statistical Authority.
During a time of crisis between the European Union and Turkey and in view of disturbing developments in the East Mediterranean that threaten the region's stability, Greece proposed to Turkey to initiate a new chapter in Greek-Turkish…
Greece was elected fifth in the top category of International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Council, during an election held in London, according to the body’s press release.
In many ways, organic farming in Greece is simply common sense. Many farms are tended with the same careful, sustainable attention that they have been for centuries. Farming practices are handed down through the generations, and those who…
Nikos Christodoulides, the Cypriot government spokesman, said that Cyprus welcomes the expected visit of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Greece and hopes to see concrete results.
During your holidays in Greece you will find, both on the mainland and on the Greek islands, that religion and faith are everywhere. From Mt Athos and Meteora to Patmos and Crete, from the Aegean to the Ionian, from the Peloponnese to…