A lot of fuss is being made over the idea that DIMAR leader Uncle Fotis Kouvelis could be the next President of Greece. Groucho Marx would be better.
Greece’s new anti-racism law was aimed at the Golden Dawn extremists, but critics say there’s a gray area over the definition of “insulting” language.
Greek Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, 46, just might be the young hope Greece needs, not the usual old retread politicians.
A potential huge draw for tourists – cultural sites – is being neglected by the Greek government, a study from the country’s research center said.
Between being pushed back toward Turkey, allowed to drown, and shot at by employers, illegal immigrants in Greece don’t have a chance.
While Greece is squeezing people who can’t pay debts because of austerity measures, those who can are getting away with it.
Greece’s capital Athens, which should be a showpiece of public art, is essentially a charmless dump and a place many tourists avoid.
Greece’s World Cup team played its heart out in a losing effort and deserved accolades, but the country’s real heroes aren’t athletes.
The natural law of marriage between a man and woman is to produce children for continuance of the human species and can’t be changed.
Question for Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and his cohorts: “Have you no sense of decency? At long last, have you no sense of decency?”