World  /  Published 26.12.21

Boat sinks, 16 migrants dead

At least 16 people died when their boat overturned off the Greek island of Paros in the central Aegean Sea on Friday, in the third maritime disaster involving migrants this week, the country’s c...
By Reuters in Athens

World  /  Published 06.12.21

Pope: Don’t exploit migrants for politics

Pope Francis condemned the exploitation of migrants for political purposes on Sunday during a visit to the Greek island of Lesbos, lamenting that Europe had entered “an era of walls and barbed w...
By Reuters in Lesbos (Greece)

Sports  /  Published 06.11.21

Carvajal back in Enrique plans

Spain coach Luis Enrique recalled Dani Carvajal to his squad on Friday for their remaining World Cup qualifiers against Greece and Sweden, the first Real Madrid player he has selected since March. Rig...
By Reuters in Madrid

World  /  Published 09.08.21

Wildfires engulf Greek island

Thousands of people have fled their homes on the Greek island of Evia as wildfires burned uncontrolled for a sixth day on Sunday, and ferries were on standby for more evacuations after taking many to ...
By Reuters in Greece

World  /  Published 08.08.21

Flames sweep into town near Athens

Flames swept through a town near Athens overnight and hundreds of people were evacuated by ferry from the island of Evia east of the capital as wildfires burned across Greece for a fifth day on Saturd...
By Reuters in Athens


World  /  Published 07.08.21

Wildfires threaten Athens suburbs

Thousands of people fled their homes on the outskirts of Athens on Friday as emergency crews struggled to stop wildfires from spreading to more towns while scorching winds fuelled blazes across Greece...
By Reuters in Athens

Opinion  /  Published 02.07.21

Letters to the editor: SC raps Centre on migrant database; Greece recovers stolen Picasso and Mondrian

Right decision Sir — Without mincing its words, the Supreme Court has stated that the labour ministry is “not alive to the concerns of the migrant workers” and its “non-action...
By The Telegraph

World  /  Published 22.03.21

Greece eases tourism curbs

Greece, desperate to regain its role as one of Europe’s signature tourism destinations, is lifting some of its lockdown restrictions and reopening ancient outdoor archaeological sites, including...
By Niki Kitsantonis, Anushka Patil in Athens

Travel  /  Published 20.10.19

How TripAdvisor is fighting the war against fake reviews, sock-puppeting, review brushing-bombing....

For a few hundred million people, the ultimate guestbook is TripAdvisor, where people continuously record their holiday highs and lows for the benefit of other holidaygoers and hotel proprietors. From...
By Mathures Paul

India  /  Published 10.07.19

Skulls push back out-of-Africa date

Two human skulls discovered in a southern Greece cave decades ago and now dated to be 210,000 years and 170,000 years old represent the earliest evidence for modern humans outside Africa, scientists s...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi


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