A plan for tourism

Greek tourism is at a crucial crossroads. It continues to be the main source of national revenue, but its continued growth relies on two assets that cannot be quantified - the country's natural and cultural capital. 

Russia: They attacked us with kamikazes; Evidence enclosed VIDEO

The Russians claim that the Ukrainians attacked their ship "Sea of Azov" with six kamikazes. They are unmanned, remote-controlled ships that carry explosives.
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, all Ukrainian vessels were destroyed by weapons from the Sea of Azov, 300 kilometers southeast of Sevastopol.

Mitsotakis: ‘We are not destined to live in perpetual tension with Turkey’

"We need a strong government to ensure the continuation of the foreign policy we have pursued towards Turkey in recent years," New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said Monday during his visit to the Dodecanese island of Leros ahead of the June 25 elections.

Small illegal building on Mykonos beach demolished

Authorities on the island of Mykonos, southern Greece, demolished on Thursday a small structure built illegally on a beach on the northern coast. 

The building, a small square cement structure with a window door, surrounded by a reed fence, was located on Mersini beach. It had been recorded as illegal and issued a demolition order since 2016, but no action had been taken. 

Rainfall jams Istanbul traffic, density at 71 pct

Due to the heavy rainfall that started in the morning hours of May 17 and accidents that have occurred at some points of the city, traffic was jammed once again in Istanbul.

Citizens leaving their homes to go to work and school were stuck in heavy traffic. The traffic congestion occurred in both directions on Kadıköy D-100 Highway.