Prominent Greek academic, philosopher and politician Konstantinos Despotopoulos passed away on Sunday, one day before his 103rd birthday. Despotopoulos was born in Izmir on February...

Construction work at Ionia Odos in Greece has led to the discovery of numerous archaeological finds. A few days ago, the Greek Infrastructure Ministry...

Dionysis Tsaknis, the president of the Greek public broadcaster ERT announced that Greece’s song for the 61st Eurovision Song Contest, in Stockholm will touch...

By Cliff Blaylock Ever fancied having your own Robinson Crusoe experience on some idyllic beach in the middle of the ocean, with no sign of...

While walking around Athens, people might easily see the ‘dark side’ of the city. The crisis, the homeless, and the trash present in many...

About 14,000 lifejackets used and discarded by refugees and migrants after their arrival on the coast of Lesvos are traveling to Berlin on Tuesday...

A two-day festival commemorating Saint Valentine will take place on Lesbos island on February 13-14 as the holy relics of the Saint are kept in...

Greek pensioners might have to resort to collecting wild greens in order to feed themselves as the economy gets worse, says a BBC...

Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos was flying over the Imia islet to lay a wreath on the place where three men of the Hellenic...

A rare exhibition on the work of Greek artist Epaminondas Papadopoulos (1922-2005), better known in the Paris art circles where he spent most of...

The U.S. Embassy to Greece has reacted against the decision of Greece's National Theater to stage a play that includes excerpts of a book by...

Tech companies Threeding and Artec have teamed up in order to participate in the preservation efforts of ancient Greek artifacts. The two companies will...