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Court Drops Case Against Blogger With Satirical Website About Orthodox Monk

An appeals court nullified on Thursday a 10-month suspended prison sentence imposed on a Greek blogger who run a satirical webpage titled “Geron Pastitsios”...

Greek Authorities Expect Crematorium to Soon Become Reality

Last February Greece made cremation of the dead legal as the Parliament passed a law allowing individuals to make their own choice of burial...

The Most Traditional Rituals of Clean Monday in Greece

Greece is a country full of cultural and religious traditions - and one celebration which is a bit of both is Clean Monday or...

Holy Synod to Hold Meeting on Religion Classes in Greek Schools in March

Starting on March 8-9, the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece will hold a discussion regarding how religion should be taught in Greek schools. The...

Cyprus’ Religious Leaders Join Forces in Video to Support Efforts of Committee on Missing...

Religious leaders in Cyprus will jointly appear in a video, in support of the work of the Committee on Missing Persons (CMP). According to an...

147 Places of Religious Importance Attacked in 2015

A report published by the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs states that there were 147 attacks against religious sites around Greece in 2015....

Leading Economists and Politicians to Attend 4th Athens Democracy Forum from September 14-18

Is democracy good for business? Is liberal democracy compatible with religion? Should the major institutions of global governance be reformed, or scrapped? Do terrorist...

Is the 180 Year Wait for an Official Mosque in Athens Finally Over?

It has only taken some 180 years for Athens to finally be on the verge of getting its first official mosque as plans 10...

Who Are the Most Famous Women Named “Maria”?

There are many famous people who have "Maria" for their first name. It's no wonder since Maria is a female name in many diverse cultures spanning...

Greek EdMin Defends Plans to Construct Mosque in Athens

On Thursday, Greek Education Minister, Nikos Filis spoke in Parliament directly to those who oppose constructing a mosque in Athens. The plans for the project...

Athens Democracy Forum to Bring Together Business Leaders, Leading Economists and Academics

The Athens Democracy Forum being organized by The New York Times is set to bring together some of the most prominent speakers that are...

Holy Synod Concludes on Crete With a Declaration of Unity

The Holy Synod, a council of Orthodox churches, that took place in Crete on June 20-26 ended with a declaration of unity. In its...

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