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Court Decision Could Open Way for Greek-Cypriot Refugee Reparations

A decision issued by the Kyrenia District Court in Cyprus which awards monetary compensation to four brothers could open the way for similar rulings...

Does Hardliner’s Victory Signify End of Peace Talks in Cyprus?

The victory of Ersin Tatar in the presidential election for the Turkish-occupied northern part of Cyprus on Sunday has analysts predicting further strain with...

The Unique Ancient Greek Island Later Used for Quarantine Site

Rineia, an ancient Greek island next to Delos and Mykonos, has a unique place in the history of Greece. Home of the necropolis of...

New Findings in Theopetra Cave Shed Light on Neolithic Era in Greece

The Theopetra Cave in Thessaly, Central Greece, was formed in the Upper Cretaceous period, 137,000,000 - 65,000,000 years before the present time. The cave...

Why Turkey’s New Provocation is the Most Dangerous Yet

As the Turkish seismic vessel Oruc Reis has once again entered Greece's continental shelf -- accompanied by warships -- Athens sees Turkey's new provocation...

The Palace where Alexander the Great was Born to Open for Visitors Next Summer

Greece's Ministry of Culture estimates that the palace in Pella where Alexander the Great was born will be open for visitors next summer, according...

Coronavirus Update: 280 New Cases, 13 Deaths in Greece

Greece's National Public Health Organization (EODY) announced on Sunday 280 new cases of Covid-19 and 13 deaths, while 93 patients are currently in intensive...

Greek Culture Minister: Without Movies and Plays We Will Go Mad

Greece's Minister of Culture and Sports Lina Mendoni said that without theater and cinema "we will all be taken to the psychiatrist," explaining the...

Greeks Divided over Coronavirus: Only One Half would Take the Vaccine

The division among Greeks in regards to Covid-19 is captured in a new study according to which only half would take the vaccine when...

Hundreds of Greeks Defy Coronavirus Curfew and Party Until Dawn in Club

A video posted on Youtube on Saturday shows hundreds of Greeks defying the midnight curfew and crowding measures and partying until dawn as if...

Coronavirus Update: 306 New Cases in Greece, 100 Intubated

Greece's National Public Health Organization announced on Saturday 306 new Covid-19 infections. Five new deaths were also recorded, while 100 people are currently intubated. Of...

Art Athina Goes Digital This Year

The annual Art Athina Fair will be virtual this year due to the coronavirus pandemic and will open its web portals on October 15...

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