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Greek Diaspora Artist Constantin Xenakis Passes Away at 89

Renowned Greek artist Constantin Xenakis passed away in Paris, France on Saturday at the age of 89, leaving behind a great body of work. Xenakis...

Experts Warn of COVID-19 Flare Up As Greece Opens to Tourists

The arrival of 6,000 – 10,000 asymptomatic travelers infected with COVID-19 during the tourist season is inevitable, noted Manolis Dermitzakis, a renowned Genetics professor...

Greeks Enjoy the Strawberry Moon with a Special Eclipse

Greeks witnessed a rare phenomenon watching the first full moon of the summer on Friday night, as the sky was illuminated and then went...

Meteorologists Forecast Very Hot Summer in Greece

The forecast of the Hellenic National Meteorological Service (EMY), in accordance with the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), shows that the June-August...

US Backs Greece in Dispute Over Turkey-Libya Maritime Deal

The US government continues to cast aspersions on the legitimacy of the memorandum of understanding on sea borders signed by Turkey and Libya last...

Church of Greece: Yoga is Incompatible with Christian Faith

The Standing Holy Synod of the Church of Greece has decided that yoga has no place in the life of Christians because it is...

Turkey Releases Maps Challenging Greek Sovereignty

The Turkish Government Gazette has presented a map of the 24 Eastern Aegean seabed areas which Turkey has demarcated for oil and gas drilling...

The Awe-Inspiring Helmet of Legendary Ancient Greek Warrior Miltiades

Miltiades, one of the most important figures of ancient Greece, served as the general of the army of Athenians which defeated the Persians in the...

Turkey Plans to Drill for Oil Near Greek Islands

Turkey plans to drill for oil near the Greek islands of Crete, Kasos, Karpathos and Rhodes based on a controversial maritime border agreement signed...
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Traveling to Greece: All You Need to Know in the Coronavirus Era

Editor's Note: Some of the guidelines on who and when can travel to Greece have been changed and are described in detail here: Greece...

May 28, 1952: Greek Women Earn the Right to be Elected

After many decades of struggle, Greek women finally won the right to be elected to Parliament on May 28, 1952. It then took more than...

Hippocrates: The Greek Father of Modern Medicine

Born on The island of Kos, c. 460 BC, the Greek physician Hippocrates is considered the father of medicine, as he was the first...

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