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Why do Greeks fear Tuesday the 13th so much?

Why do Greeks fear Tuesday the 13th so much?   Rooted in history and superstition While many Western countries have marked down Friday the 13th on the calendar as the most ominous day of the year, the...

Win a Mykonos villa worth £3.6 million for just £36 – huge 4,900sq metre...

GREECE IS THE WORD Win a Mykonos villa worth £3.6 million for just £36 – huge 4,900sq metre property is being raffled off By Caroline McGuire, Digital Travel Editor   This luxury five-bed villa in Mykonos worth...

20 Greek islands … you may not have heard of

20 Greek islands … you may not have heard of by Andrew Bostock   The dazzling colours and great food of Greece’s famous islands extend to these lesser-known sand-fringed destinations, which boast wonderful places to stay –...

Prisoners of Greek Islands

Prisoners of Greek Islands   Refugee families trapped in Greek Islands are surviving various odds — from tackling violence to rape threats — with the hope that the European Union may agree to assimilate them into...

Syrians stuck in Greece protest outside German embassy

Syrians stuck in Greece protest outside German embassy Syrian refugees stranded in Athens protested against an agreement between German and Greek governments over a policy to slow down refugee reunification. Syrian refugees stranded in Greece chanted...

Memorial services in Cyprus to mark 44th anniversary of Turkish invasion

Memorial services in Cyprus to mark 44th anniversary of Turkish invasion   The Turkish-Cypriots along with the occupying forces, on the other hand, will be…celebrating Cyprus will mark on Friday the 44th anniversary of the 1974 Turkish...

Oil tanker spill threatens coastal areas in Greece’s capital

Oil tanker spill threatens coastal areas in Greece's capital   A tanker carrying 2,500 tonnes of fuel sank off the island of Salamis on Sunday and local authorities rushed to tackle the contamination. But the spill...

Greek debt crisis: ‘People can’t see any light at the end of any tunnel’

Greek debt crisis: ‘People can’t see any light at the end of any tunnel’ Helena Smith in Athens   The Greek government says the country has turned a corner, but that is not the experience of...

Macedonia’s parliament ratifies name deal with Greece for second time

Macedonia's parliament ratifies name deal with Greece for second time   In June Greece and Macedonia signed a deal on a new name: "Republic of North Macedonia."But President Gjorge Ivanov refused to sign the agreement, saying...

The most unfortunate and unappreciated generation, this generation!

Read in Spanish Read in Greek The most unfortunate and unappreciated generation, this generation! Alexandra Xenofondos Twitter: @alexandra_92  It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that the youth of our days is the most unfortunate and unappreciated generation of...

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