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In pictures: Snow blankets Greece and Turkey after severe storm
The Greek government declared a holiday in the greater Athens area, parts of central Greece and the islands to keep people from leaving home
Severe weather front hits Greece and Turkey
Heavy snow blankets Turkey and Greece
'Exceptional conditions': Heavy snowfall hits Greece and Turkey
Greece's parliament was closed on Monday, while a number of schools in the country also reverted to online classes.
A sustainable tourism lab is transforming the island of Rhodes
A decade on from the recession, Greece has launched a sustainability initiative with the help of TUI to regenerate tourism in Rhodes that also keeps sustainability at the top of the agenda.
60 years on: What do we know about the Derveni Papyrus
Discovered by accident, the Derveni Papyrus offers key insights into ancient philosophy and literature. Here's what we know about it.
French presidential candidate says strong EU borders needed
French presidential candidate Valérie Pécresse stressed the need for strong European borders during a visit to Greece.
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Landmark rape trial of sailing coach begins after #MeToo revelations
Triantafyllos Apostolou is accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old sailing federation athlete in 2010.
Foot of ancient Greek goddess makes its way to Athens from Palermo
While only on loan, the fragment of the surviving Parthenon Marbles “paves the way” for the British Museum to return the rest, Greek officials say.
Annual Greek cold water plunge causes a splash on day of Epiphany
Orthodox Christians across Greece came together for Epiphany Day with a dive into cold sea water in the name of retrieving a wooden cross.
Italy send Parthenon fragment to Athens in Elgin Marbles nudge to UK
About half the surviving 5th century B.C. sculptures that decorated the Parthenon temple on the Acropolis are in the British Museum in London, which has long resisted Greek appeals for their return.
Greece: Former president Karolos Papoulias died aged 92
Papoulias was also a long-time lawmaker and minister, whose socialist policies at home were in contrast with his support for and friendly relations with strongmen abroad.
Another boat accident in Greece kills 13 migrants
Several sinkings in Greek waters along the Turkey-Italy route -- increasingly favoured by smugglers -- bring the death toll to at least 27.
At least 11 dead after migrant boat sinks near Greek island
It comes just a day after another migrant boat sank in the region, which the UN's refugee agency described as "the worst in the Aegean this year".
Athens cautious as Greece prepares for another Christmas with COVID
Locals in Athens tell Euronews they are staying away from large crowds during the Christmas period.
Greece: Protest against budget constrained by pandemic costs
Some 2,000 people staged a protest during a parliamentary budget debate on Thursday to demand higher wages and pensions.
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Trahana is a healthy and nutritious ingredient that adds the comfort factor to Greek dishes, and pairs exceptionally well with braised meat.
Vigilantes abduct teacher during COVID checks at Greek school
Three suspects have now been arrested over the "inconceivable" incident.
Hundreds of would-be Santa Claus run down Athens to raise money
This year's Santa Run was the first since 2019 after the event was canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Clashes after rally marking 2008 police shooting death in Greece
Hundreds of protesters marched the streets of the Greek capital, on the 13th anniversary of the 15-year old Alexis Grigoropoulos' fatal shooting by the police.