Two earthquakes measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale were recorded at 1:05 and 1:09 on Tuesday, 80 kilometres north-northwest of Athens.
The Greek Police headquarters and the Security Police of Attica are looking into charges alleging that police injured journalists covering yesterday’s (Monday) clashes between a group of young people and police at the Exarchia Square in Athens.
The news agency attributes this to the Greek side resisting to the international creditors pressure.
Yiannos Papantoniou and his spouse were given four-year prison sentences.
This led to the popular animated being cancelled.
The American hostess was joined by her wife.
A young man streaked through Aristotle University of Thessaloniki without clothes to mark the occasion of the students’ revolt anniversary.
A new research confirms what was previously suggested.
This is the hilarious moment a baby polar bear got itself a little tangled while playing with a piece of rope.
Google has acquired Titan Aerospace and plans to use solar-powered drones to blanket the world in internet access. Turns out Facebook has the exact same idea.
Jordan Tikeridis broke the weight loss record in Australia.
A devastated widow has discovered that she is pregnant the day before her husband’s funeral, after a seven year struggle to conceive.
In Theaters and IMAX April 3, 2015.
The troika seems to bring back the issue of higher VAT rates.
Cat has hilarious reflex to the sound of packing tape. She does this every time!
The Tuesday edition of Athens’ dailies at a glance.
Anti-mafia police have arrested at least 40 people in raids targeting groups in northern Italy linked to the ‘Ndrangheta crime syndicate.
Published nearly 500 years ago, Andreas Vesalius’s medical text books occupy an important place in scientific history. Intricate art, unlike anything that had been seen before, sits alongside detailed text that sought to change the way bodies were dissected post mortem.
The third woman to accuse Bill Cosby of raping her as a teenager has urged him not to take the allegations ‘to the grave’ and insists he is a ‘very, very sick man who needs help’.
Carlsberg, the Danish brewery, on Tuesday announced it will significantly strengthen its position in Greece through its merger with Olympic Brewery, the third largest player in the Greek beer market.
The massive demonstrations on the anniversary of the Polytechnic uprising in Athens and other cities on Monday were the best tribute to the struggle for democracy in the country, main opposition SYRIZA said in a statement on Tuesday.
Overdue debt to social security funds rose to 11.485 billion euros at the end of October from 11.318 billion a month earlier, official figures showed on Tuesday.