Sinking of Hospital Ship Attica in Cavo D’oro in 1941

Seventy two years ago today, the Greek hospital ship Attica was sunk by an Axis Powers air raid on the night between April 11th...

Schaeuble Rejects WWII Reparations For Greece

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, a hardliner insisting on harsh austerity measures in Greece in return for international aid - much of it supplied...

Nimetz Pushes New FYROM Name Plan

United Nations special envoy Matthew Nimetz said a new name is on the table for the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) to be...

New Folk Art Museum in Ioannina

Fotis Rapakousis from Ioannina, the capital city of Epirus, north-western Greece, decided to donate his precious collection of relics and set up a Folk Art...

The Spare Greek Diet Of WWII

Few Greeks are left to remember what happened 72 years ago this month, when, after the Greek Army repulsed the invading Italians at the...

Anti-Junta Navy Admiral Pappas Dies

Former Greek Navy Admiral Nikos Pappas, who opposed the military junta that ruled Greece from 1967-74, has passed away after a battle against cancer....

The Village of Christians and Muslims

Platani is a beautiful village on the Greek island of Kos in the Dodecanese complex, where two religions coexist in harmony. The village has...

Balkan Wars’ Centennial Exhibit In Athens

To mark the centennial anniversary of the Balkan Wars outbreak, the Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarianism and Democracy is hosting an exhibit The Unknown...

The First Car Accident in Greece

The first car accident officially recorded in Greece occurred on Sunday, March 4, 1907, at about 11.30 in the morning, on the Syggrou avenue...

Big Trouble In Little Cyprus Over The Ages

Situated at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, Cyprus has been a meeting point for civilizations over the centuries. The birthplace of Venus...

Tragic End of 1821’s Greek Heroes

The Greek War of Independence commenced in 1821 and waged until 1832 when the Greek free state was finally established under the blessings and...

Documetary on the Nafplio Guillotine

A television tribute of AMNA TV releases the history of the guillotine, which operated in Nafplio for the execution of the death penalty, from...

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