Workfromgreece.gr, an initiative of Marketing Greece, carried out a series of actions over the last few weeks in Athens, Paros, Evia, Hania, Kalamata and Syros, with the aim of attracting the interest of digital nomads and remote workers to Greek destinations, as well as to hold a discussion with local tourism communities about the phenomenon of digital nomads.
Police in Messenia, in the southern Peloponnese, arrested a 14-year-old schoolboy on Friday after he stabbed a fellow student with a pocket knife in the school yard.
Police were called to the school after teachers reported that the 3rd grade middle school student had got into a row with another student for an unknown reason and stabbed him in the the right thigh.
Petros Themelis, one of the most prominent Greek archaeologists who headed the excavation and restoration of the vast site of Ancient Messene since 1987 has died, aged 87.
He spent his last few days in the ICU of the hospital in Kalamata.
Themelis was born in 1936 in Thessaloniki and studied at the Experimental School of the University of Thessaloniki.
Search operations continued on Saturday in the sea region 47 nautical miles southwest of the Greek town of Pylos, southwestern Peloponnese, where a fishing boat carrying migrants sunk on Wednesday, killing at least 78 people.
A Greek navy frigate, another three ships sailing by and a Hellenic Coast Guard helicopter are taking part in the operations.
Authorities in the port city of Kalamata have made nine arrests following the sinking of a fishing boat southwest of the Peloponnese that killed at least 78 migrants, a Shipping Ministry source has said.
All those arrested, who are said to be from Egypt, will face charges of forming a criminal organization and illegal migrant trafficking.