Eight years after it was last held in Greece, the Acropolis Rally returns to the country on Thursday, with 55 crews from 24 different countries ready to compete in one of the toughest events of the World Rally Championship (WRC).


Worried that the number of cases of fake anti-Covid vaccination certificates may significantly exceed the 34 already revealed, the government has ordered the police’s Internal Affairs Division, which deals with public sector corruption, to investigate.


Hundreds of citizens gathered at Piraeus port on Wednesday evening to bid farewell to Mikis Theodorakis, whose remains departed on a ferry for Crete, ahead of his burial on Thursday.


Consumers are seeking an escape from the high electricity rates after suffering the first shock from their swollen bills.


Maria Sakkari leveraged her powerful serve and excellent court coverage to reach the US Open semi-finals with a 6-4 6-4 victory over Karolina Pliskova on Wednesday and dedicated her win to the people of Greece, who have endured a summer of brutal wildfires.


By playing its cards right, Athens has made systematic efforts to bolster the country against Turkey.

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With the world’s attention on Afghanistan, Turkey carries out lethal airstrikes in Iraq