As part of an ongoing crackdown on drug use and crime within Greek prisons, authorities raided some 10 jail cells at a penitentiary in Halkida in central Greece early on Friday morning.
Enterprises will pay 30 percent less tax on average based on the changes the government will bring to Parliament through the tax bill to be tabled in November.
European Union leaders failed Friday to agree on launching membership negotiations with Albania and North Macedonia in an embarrassing climb-down that could risk inflaming the volatile Balkans region.
Legendary DJ, musician and filmmaker Don Letts – hailed for almost single-handedly turning a generation of punk fans to reggae in the 1970s – is coming to the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center’s Lighthouse venue on Sunday, October 20.
The Thessaloniki Concert Hall is screening a production of “One Man, Two Guvnors” live from the National Theatre in London on Saturday at 9 p.m.
Germany on Friday rejected a fresh demand from Greece for hundreds of billions of euros in World War I and II reparations, insisting that a treaty signed 29 years ago had wrapped up all such claims.
Government spokesman Stelios Petsas has condemned a Friday attack on the political office of Health Minister Vassilis Kikilias by four self-professed members of the Rouvikonas (Greek for Rubicon) anti-establishment group.
In testimony before a Supreme Court prosecutor on Thursday, a former protected witness in the Novartis investigation claimed that he came under pressure from Greek corruption prosecutors to testify against politicians in the absence of any incriminating evidence.
In an indication of Greece’s commitment to support Cyprus, three Greek F-16 jets flew over the Eastern Mediterranean island on Thursday during a joint training exercise with the Cypriot National Guard dubbed Steel Arrow.