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For the first time since Greece’s accession to the European community in 1981, Greece stands in the middle of a crossroad as its commitment to European values and agreements is being questioned.
Will the clear NO vote in Sunday's referendum help Greek PM Alexis Tsipras negotiate a better deal for Greece with the country's European creditors?
OneEurope contributor Kareem Padraig A. McDonald argues that to achieve economic recovery Greece must live up to its international commitments and follow Ireland's example of economic discipline.
Fourty years since the fall of the Junta, the Greek people is once again called to the polls to vote in the eigthth referendum of the country. This is a historic moment not just for Greece, but for the whole of Europe.
As Greek debt negotiations continue in Brussels, the country itself remains divided over its future.
An exhibition in Athens, co-created by 11 Balkan nations, helps heal wounds and open minds.
In the final part of this series, George Chatzelenis analyses the consequences of the civil war in Greece.
George Chatzelenis analyses the events that triggered the first battle of the Cold War.
The Herodion Atticus is a magical theatre structure located on the southwest slope of the Acropolis
A power struggle between Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and opposition leader Alexis Tsipras is causing huge problems in Greek politics and society.
The screening of a 60-year old film reminded Athenians of the solidarity and brotherhood between them.
Eleusis is a historic region with beautiful nature and a crucial archaeological importance.