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Greek university may soon enrol Syrian refugees

Greek university may soon enrol Syrian refugees

A Greek university is considering enrolling refugees in response to a massive influx of migrants to the country’s islands. The University of the Aegean, which has departments on the islands of Lesbos, Samos, Chios, Rhodes (pictured), Syros and Lemnos, is to write to...
Greek Air Traffic Controllers Announce 4hr Work Stoppage on Aug 5

Greek Air Traffic Controllers Announce 4hr Work Stoppage on Aug 5

Greece’s air traffic controllers announced late on Wednesday, that they will hold a work stoppage on August 5 between 2pm and 6pm. The Greek Air Traffic Controllers Association (EEEKE) is calling on the government to take the necessary legal measures in order to...
Greek U18 basketball team wins Euro championship

Greek U18 basketball team wins Euro championship

The national Under-18 basketball team is the new European champion, after coming from behind to beat Turkey in Sunday’s final at Volos, central Greece, where the tournament took place. With Vassilis Charalambopoulos, Giorgos Papagiannis and Dionysis Skoulidas as its...
What It’s Really Like To Be A Tourist In Greece Right Now

What It’s Really Like To Be A Tourist In Greece Right Now

Ninety-six billion U.S. dollars. That’s how much the latest Greek bailout agreement is worth. With many Greeks feeling the effects of banking limitations and economic woes, is it actually a good time to visit Greece? We have now been in Greece for three weeks....
Greek Tourism is making a comeback

Greek Tourism is making a comeback

Tourists are returning to Greece in big numbers, easing fears that capital controls and anti-austerity protests would undermine one of the cash-strapped country’s few successful industries in the middle of the northern summer. Hotel bookings, which suffered early this...
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