Police in Attica on Tuesday were seeking the perpetrators behind an attempted arson attack Monday night on a bakery on Vouliagmenis Avenue in Elliniko, southern Athens.
Services at 14 regional Greek airports have markedly improved since German transport company Fraport took over their operations on April 12, 2017. There’s more space, including for commercial concessions, more check-in points and more gates.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has funded the construction in a central Tirana park of a memorial commemorating “the martyrs of July 15,” a reference to the Turkish citizens who lost their lives in the failed coup of 2016.
The news reports about Samothraki, the northern Aegean island which was disconnected from the mainland following the breakdown this month of two passenger ferries, did not come like a bolt from the blue.
Cyprus authorities say a marine police patrol vessel has safely brought to port 33 migrants packed aboard a small boat that was sailing off the east Mediterranean island's southeastern coast.
Three people died after a private helicopter crashed Tuesday near the Saronic island of Poros, some 60 kilometers south of Athens, after reportedly hitting electrical wires.
Yet another installment scheme for people with tax debts to the state is in the works, and Finance Minister Christos Staikouras is ready to send the final draft of the bill to Greece’s creditors for their comments.
Two people were killed and one went missing after a helicopter crashed into the sea off the coast of the Saronic island of Poros on Tuesday.
Security at prisons across the country has reportedly passed into the hands of the higher echelons of the Greek Police (ELAS).