News archive of June 2018
Dozens of students are seen in this recent photograph plying their skills at sculpting marble at the Tinos School of Fine Arts. The school in the village of Pyrgos, along with several workshops across the Aegean island, keep the tradition of marble sculpture alive, with local families having passed down their skills down from generation to generation for hundreds of years.
A new study indicates that seven out of 10 Greeks are worried that they may fall victim to crime in the capital.
According to the study, which was carried out by the Geochoros research team at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), 69 percent of respondents are concerned about becoming the victim of a burglary, mugging or other crime.
The targeting of media by extremists has crossed every line and is becoming dangerous.
The government as well as other political forces which have used outrageously extreme language for years in their attempt to slander media with which they disagree are responsible for this unhealthy atmosphere that has been created.