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Eighty-one-year-old Anastasia Windsurfer to Enter Guinness Book of World Records (video)

Anastasia Windsurfer said she was going to do it and she did! She crossed 18 nautical miles of sea from Skala, Kefalonia to Kyllini located...

Fires Have Broken Out in Several Parts of Greece

The risk of wildfires this weekend remains high in six regions around the country, according to the General Secretariat for Civil Protection. The relevant authorities...

Greek National Basketball Team Arrives in China For 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup

The Greek National Basketball team arrived in Shanghai, China on Thursday to begin its pursuit for the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup. The team was...

Iranian Tanker Heads Towards Turkey After Greece Refuses Aid

The Iranian tanker Adrian Darya, formerly called Grace 1, has switched its destination and is now heading to Turkey instead of southern Greece, according...

The Dark Side of Mykonos: Tourism Employees Complain of Horrid Conditions

The Greek island of Mykonos is famous for its great nightlife and the luxurious lifestyles of its summer denizens. Celebrities from all over the...

Stoicism: Fast-Growing Global Movement Will Hold Conference in Greece in October

Stoicism is coming home! This is according to Dr. Alkistis Agio, one of the organizers for the upcoming "Stoicon" event, which is an annual, international...

Kick-Starting Stalled Investments Will Give Much-Needed Boost to Greek Economy

Greece’s financial crisis is still affecting the hopes and dreams of the people that live in the country, as it has been in economic...

How Will Turkey’s Purchase of the S-400 Affect Relations With Greece?

Turkey received its first shipment of an advanced Russian missile defense system earlier this month, ignoring repeated warnings from Washington and fueling concerns about...

Greek Fire Victims One Year Later: “We Have Been Left To Our Fate”

It's been one year since one of the worst days in modern Greek history. The July 23, 2018 inferno that destroyed the Greek town of...

Exarchia Anarchists Say “We Will Fight” To Defend Neighborhoods

Greek anarchists have pledged to show the authorities that they are “A state within a state” in Exarchia, central Athens, in view of the...

EU Suspects Turkish Drilling Ship “Fatih” has Started Operation Off Paphos, Cyprus

Turkey has shown that it will not go back on its intention to begin drilling for oil and natural gas in the eastern Mediterranean,...

Bad Weather Causes Severe Damage in Achaia & Nafpaktos, Greece

  Heavy rainfall caused severe damage in the areas of Achaia on Saturday and Sunday in the Peloponnese and in Aetolia-Acarnania, in Central Greece. Houses flooded,...

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