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The Great Fire of Smyrna Remembered 95 Years later (video)

The fire of Smyrna and the killing of dozens of thousands of Greeks and Armenians by the Turkish army and renegades still remains one...

Reflecting on The Great Fire of Smyrna and Turkey’s Current Irredentist Rhetoric

Uzay Bulut, a Turkish journalist and political analyst formerly based in Ankara who now resides in Washington, D.C., has written an article called: Turkey:...

Photo Clubs in Greece and Turkey Host Joint Exhibition in Celebration of Peace and...

The Mytilini Photography Association alongside Izmir Photography Group, Chios Photo Club and Bergama Photography Group are co-hosting a collective exhibition titled Neighbor's Light (Fos Geitoniko in Greek, Komşunun Işığı in Turkish). This collaboration between the...

Greek PM Tsipras Challenges Turkish Counterpart Over Airspace Violations

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras raised the issue of the frequent violations of Greek airspace by Turkish fighter jets, stressing that the withdrawal of...
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Greeks Who Have Very Little, Give to Refugees Who Have Nothing

The picture of an elderly woman from the island of Lesbos bottle-feeding a refugee infant has made its rounds all over the world. Many felt Emilia Kamvysi...

British Actress Vanessa Redgrave Visits Refugee Centers in Greece

British actress Vanessa Redgrave is in Athens in order to visit refugee and migrant hospitality facilities on Tuesday. The award-winning actress is also known for...
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Remembering The Great Fire of Smyrna

Today marks 92 years since the Catastrophe of Smyrna (Izmir) and the Great Fire that destroyed the city, causing the majority of Greeks in Asia...

How Smyrna Was Burned to the Ground – 90 Years Later

The first fire broke out in the late afternoon of September 13, 1922, four days after the Turkish Army had entered the city. The...

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