Nine people were detained on Thursday following a fourth day in a row of arson attacks on cars in central Athens. According to the police and fire service, four cars were torched at 3.40 a.m. on Karachristou Street, in the district of Kolonaki.
Surrealist cabaret act Opera Chaotique, comprising George Tziouvaras, aka Tenorman, and Chris Koutsogiannis, aka Voodoo Drummer, will perform their latest show, “These Greeks are Crazy,” at El Convento del Arte in the heart of the Metaxourgeio neighborhood in downtown Athens on Friday, January 24.
The funeral service for acclaimed Greek poet Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke, who died Tuesday aged 81, will be held at Panagitsa church on the island of Egina at 3 p.m. on Thursday.
The United States is “deeply concerned” by Turkey’s drilling operations off Cyprus, including plans to dispatch its Yavuz drillship south of Limassol, a State Department spokesman has said, urging Turkish authorities to cancel such plans.
After DEPA Infrastructure, the company that has undertaken the natural gas transmission network, it is now time for the privatization process of DEPA Commercial to start.
Leading cruise operator MSC Cruises announced on Wednesday in Athens a first for the Swiss-based operator: the launch of a new route across the Aegean and the East Mediterranean that will have Piraeus as its home port.
Security on the Greek railway network is improving according to the latest data by Eurostat, as all kinds of accidents are on the wane.
Despite the slight drop of the banks index on Wednesday, the benchmark and the majority of stocks on the Greek bourse continued their rise, led by mid-caps, albeit at a slower pace than in previous days.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will address two events and meet with investors during his visit to the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos, Switzerland, between January 23 ando 24.
A lot of controversy has been stirred up by the Education Ministry’s decision to open up jobs in public education to graduates of private colleges.