Two Cases of Mad Cow Disease in Central Greece

Ten years since the last incidence of the mad cow disease in Greece, the Greek authorities have quarantined a farm in Fthiotida, central Greece,...
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Is the Mother of Alexander the Great in the Tomb at Amphipolis?

By Andrew Chugg Author of The Quest for the Tomb of Alexander the Great and several academic papers on Alexander’s tomb says that in the recently...

Greece Most Sexually Active Nation, Condom Maker Says

Greece has been revealed to rank atop the list of the world's most sexually active nations, averaging 164 sessions a year, or more than three times a...

Ancient Greek Inventions in Modern Society

Some of the most well-known objects of our daily lives originated in ancient Greece. Aside from such concepts as philosophy and democracy, ancient Greeks...

Immigrants Awaiting New Law on Greek Citizenship

The bill of the Greek Ministry of Interior on the new immigration code, which features many changes and improvements, passed on Friday with a...

Top 10 Greek Shipowners

As the Greek-owned merchant fleet remains one of the world’s biggest, ranking first in tankers, second in dry bulk carriers, second in LNG tankers...

11 Reasons Why Greece Really Went Broke in 2011

ATHENS – Unless you were rich, a business executive, a celebrity, or among the few privileged elite who run the country and for whom...

Kefalonia Earthquake: Locals Fear 1953 Catastrophe May Happen Again

For the third day in a row, the Greek island of Kefalonia has been hit by continuous earthquakes, something that brings back memories of 1953 when...

Greek Stereotypes

There are many ways to describe Greek people, we are communicative, caring, easy-going, hospitable, friendly, generous, smiley, sensual, affectionate, humorous and passionate... The list...

Albert Einstein’s Teacher was the Great Greek Konstantinos Karatheodoris

We all know about Albert Einstein, the founder of the theory of relativity but how about the person who taught him and showed him...

Ouzo: The Greek Drink’s History & Health Benefits

The anise-flavored aperitif that is widely consumed in Greece and Cyprus has been for many years considered to have various medical properties and health...

Peristera Batziaka: The Woman Behind the Greek Who Makes Europe Tremble

It has been only three weeks since Alexis Tsipras was thrust into the international political limelight after leading the Coalition of the Radical Left...

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