A magnitude 5.1 earthquake rattled the Greek capital Athens on Friday (July 19), briefly knocking out power and telecommunications in parts of the city and sending people running from buildings in panic.
A 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit in a suburb 23 kilometres northwest of Athens on Friday, the non-profit European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre said.
French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy said Trump and Putin were fuelling internal critics like Italy’s Matteo Salvini or France’s Marine Le Pen.
Police in Athens fired tear gas at crowds of protesters who had gathered outside parliament on Thursday to express anger over the proposed name change of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to the Republic of North Macedonia.
Tens of thousands of Greeks rallied in Athens on Sunday to protest ahead of next week's parliamentary vote to ratify a name deal with FYR Macedonia
Many Greeks have taken part in violent demonstrations, claiming "Macedonia is Greek."
Over 3,000 primary school teachers clashed with police in the second week of protests over hiring reforms.
The capital of Greece woke up on Tuesday to rare snowfall.
A bomb explosion ripped through the offices of a Greek TV station in Athens early on Monday morning.
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Athens has been named as Europe’s ‘most innovative city’ by the European Capital of Innovation contest and has been awarded a cash prize of €1 million.