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Greece Issues Commemorative €2 Coin for Anniversary of Battle of Thermopylae

  Greece has issued a silver commemorative €2 coin for the anniversary of the Battle of Thermopylae, which took place on August 9, 480 BC. The...

Perseid Meteor Shower Will Streak Through Greek Skies Tonight

Greeks are preparing for the night of the Perseids, that time every year when we can view the brightest falling stars that are visible...

Turkey Escalates Tensions in Aegean – Greek PM Briefs Party Leaders, President

Turkey continued to ramp up tensions in the Aegean on Tuesday as the Oruc Reis seismic research vessel remained atop Greece's continental shelf, accompanied...

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew: Coronavirus Not Transmitted by Holy Communion

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew on Sunday expressed his view that there is no danger of becoming infected by the coronavirus from receiving Holy Communion. The Patriarch,...

Seventeen Infected Migrants and Refugees Arrive on Lesvos, Placed into Quarantine

Seventeen out of the 38 migrants and refugees who arrived on the shores of the Plomari area on the Greek island of Lesvos on...

Eight Dead, 2,000 Homes Destroyed, Millions in Damage from Flood on Greek Island of...

One day after the destructive floods in Evia finds the north of the island cut off completely from the center and south, 2,000 homes...

Turkey Sends Research Ship to Greece’s Continental Shelf

Turkey on Monday issued a NAVTEX for oil and gas explorations in an area atop Greece's continental shelf; in repsponse, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos...

New Coronavirus Cases Jump to a Record High 203 in Greece

The number of new coronavirus cases in Greece gradually increased with 203 recorded in the last 24 hours, the highest figure since the beginning...

Greek PM Mitsotakis to Visit Evia Disaster Area on Monday

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is to visit Evia on Monday to assess the situation. Massive floods left seven people dead and one missing...

Ioannina Has Become Greece’s Silicon Valley

Three German IT companies that have established research centers in Ioannina are turning the vibrant capital of Epirus into a Greek Silicon Valley, a...

The Most Private Beach in Greece

Greece is full of wonderful beaches, from long sandy ones packed with sun worshippers to small coves that form little natural sanctuaries away from...

Floods in Evia, Greece Leave 7 Dead – a Baby Among Them – and...

The storm system Thalia that hit Greece affected Evia the hardest of any region in the country - leaving 7 people dead - including...

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