The Port Authority of Zakynthos has prohibited access to the world-famous Navagio beach after a landslide last fall injured seven people.
The Greek government responded on Monday to Turkish President’s Erdogan’s threat to turn Hagia Sophia into a mosque by saying that this represents an insult not only to Christians but to the international community.
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The European Parliament urged EU member states on Tuesday to curb money-laundering in the bloc by ending programs to sell visas and passports, a step the multi-billion-dollar industry said would cause economic damage.
Australia and Greece have finalized a Work and Holiday Visa agreement making it easier for students to stay and study in each other’s country for a year, available for those in the 18-to-30-year old age bracket.
With the European Union and Greece pointing the finger at each other over the handling of more than 70,000 refugees, Doctors Without Borders again slammed what it said were inhumane detention centers and camps, including on islands near…
A pariah to the ruling Radical Left SYRIZA of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras he served as a contentious finance minister in 2015, economist-blogger Yanis Varoufakis is hoping to resurrect himself in European Parliament elections – for…
Fourteen properties currently not in use in the Medieval City of Rhodes, an UNESCO world heritage site, will be leased through public tenders, the Archaeological Proceeds Fund (TAP) announced this week.
Increasing incoming tourism, diversifying its tourist product, promoting cultural tourism as well as reviving the island’s Nautical Week were on the agenda of talks between Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura and Syros island officials this…
Major Greek museums and archaeological sites will remain open longer as of April 1, with the schedule introduced gradually to other areas as more seasonal staff is hired over the next month, the Ministry of Culture said on Tuesday.