On Tuesday morning, Barack Obama arrived in Athens for his final foreign trip as president of the United States.
With nightclub LOHAN, Lindsay Lohan wants to thank Greece for welcoming so many refugees.
The sixth grader was arrested and charged with possession of a weapon on school grounds.
This year, the bell also rang for the children of refugees living at the occupied City Plaza hotel in Athens.
The visit was an attempt to raise awareness about the refugee crisis.
"We came to Europe to escape jihadists only to find they are ruining people's lives here too."
The new Greek ID cards will come with a microchip carrying the holder's NI number. Unfortunately, according to the protesters who took to the streets on Sunday, those microchips and NI numbers are instruments of the devil.
The Greek fine art photographer just came out with an imprint that acts as a synopsis of two decades of work.
The 2008 killing of Alexandros Grigoropoulos is still prompting protests from left-wing groups that generally end in violence.
One of them—a 13-year-old boy—was allegedly severely beaten while handcuffed and laying on the ground.
With voter turnout at its lowest, have the youth of Greece become apathetic?
The rally, held in historic Syntagma Square, was literally painted red with SYRIZA flags and shirts, albeit not as many as January's final rally or the 'No' rally prior to July's referendum.
Who the hell is going to vote for the far-right organization in the upcoming Greek elections now? I contacted some political analysts to find out.
Niko J. Kallianiotis's photo series, Motherland, shows a happier side of the country than the one we are used to seeing.
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It's not a great idea and you're a terrible person.
We went to the port of Piraeus in Athens and asked people how come they're taking a vacation in the middle of it all.
Here's how the capital city looked in the hours following the referendum result.
"Whatever happens, I think this bridge I live under will fill up fast and none of us will be getting out of here any time soon."
Many preferred the idea of austerity and budget cuts to the fear of the unknown.
Banks have been ordered to re-open so that pensioners without debit cards can withdraw small amounts of cash.
"A no vote gives us an opportunity to build bonds and relations with other people and fight for something different to what we have been going through for the last five years."
The country filed for bankruptcy before it was even a sovereign state.
Some will be voting yes to more austerity and being part of Europe, some will be voting no, and then there are those who will be going on holiday.