An aerial view of a train on the Athens-Thessaloniki route that resumed on Monday, 32 days after the train accident in Tempe in northern Greece. A stone-built chapel now stands on the site of the head-on collision. The moment when the inter-city passed the site of the fatal collision was a poignant one as the driver announced that he was 'passing the spot' where 57 people died.
Police in Thessaloniki are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found in a car near the northern port city's cemetery on Tuesday morning.
The woman, who has not been identified, appears to have sustained a head injury that does not seem to have been self-inflicted. According to reports, authorities are treating her death as the result of foul play.
Opening today, Anna Laudel Istanbul gallery presents Bilal Hakan Karakaya's solo exhibition "Invisible Cities."
Named after the well-known novel Italo Calvino, Karakaya focuses on the rising mega structures in metropolitan life and emphasizes how desolate and unrecognizable the modern cities have become through the art of sculpture.
A month after a deadly collision between a passenger and a freighter train in northern Greece that killed 57 people, Hellenic Train announced on Wednesday it would restart freighter train services later today.
The decision followed marathon consultations with state-run OSE, the company responsible for rail infrastructure.
The European Court of Justice has once again condemned Greece over its environmental performance, and Thessaloniki more specifically over its air quality.
The court on Thursday found very high levels of microparticles in the air of the northern city, which Greece has failed to tackle over the last decade.