Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki also known as Thessalonica, Salonika or Salonica, is the second-largest city in Greece and the capital of the region of Macedonia. Greeks consider it like συμπρωτεύουσα (the associated-capital) of the Northern Greece. Indeed, Thessaloniki was already the largest city of the Byzantine Empire after Constantinople.

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Country: Greece Population: 385 406

Violence breaks out at student demo in downtown Athens 

A student rally in central Athens erupted into violence on Thursday, with protesters clashing with police.

Skirmishes began in front of Parliament on Syntagma Square as protesters tried to breach the security cordon and reach the House, prompting police to deploy tear gas. The situation has reportedly escalated and spread to Vassilissis Sofias Avenue

Survey: Athens Europe’s worst city for remote working

Greek social media is up in arms after a Forbes Magazine article ranked Athens as the worst European city for remote working. The article was based on a survey by a British technology services company, Brother UK, which looked at which are the best and worst cities for remote working in Europe.

Tensions erupt in Athens student rally

Tensions broke out between police and university students protesting in main Syntagma square in Athens on Thursday.

Protesters were demonstrating against government plans to legislate the establishment of private universities in the country.

A group of students clashed with police, which replied with the use of teargas.

Probe into officer wheelie

The police has launched a preliminary administrative inquiry in the wake of the uproar caused by a video that is making the rounds on the internet in which an officer of the DIAS motorcycle unit is seen doing a wheelie on a main road in the port city of Thessaloniki in northern Greece.

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