Remains of 193 Greek Soldiers Killed in 1940-41 Buried at Albanian Cemetery

The remains of 193 Greek soldiers who died in Albania during the Greek-Italian war in 1940-41 were given a Greek Orthodox burial on Tuesday...

Greek Parliament Boosts Efforts to Become Energy Efficient, Reduce CO2 Emissions

A two-year plan to improve the energy efficiency of Greece's Parliament building has been put up for bid as of November 15, it was announced on...

Greek Yiayia Honored for Learning Pontic Greek Dialect at 92

Maria Sotiriadou, a 92-year old Greek woman living in Thessaloniki, will soon be honored by the University of Macedonia for her dedication to learning...

Thirty-Three Arrested, Fifty-Three Detained During November 17 Protests

Thirty-three people were arrested and fifty-three more were detained during protests in the Athens district of Exarchia late on Sunday night, the anniversary of...

Thinking of Smoking in Public Places in Greece? Better Think Again

A Joint Ministerial Decision published in Greece's Government Gazette on Friday enforces new, much tougher fines for those who violate the smoking ban in...

”Una Faccia, Una Razza”: The Fascinating Story of Greco-Italian Bonds

From cuisine, physical appearance, and, linguistic similarities to their massive cultural interrelationships, Greeks and Italians have so much in common, that one would need...

Athens’ Iconic Lycabettus Hill to Undergo Makeover

Lycabettus Hill, an iconic landmark in the landscape of Athens, is to undergo a major overhaul designed to make it safer and more attractive...

Wild Boars Spotted Roaming Around the Streets of Rafina, Attica (video)

A bizarre, and unnerving, spectacle has been appearing in front of people who live in Rafina, Attica for the last several days. A herd of...

Sparta, Greece Plans Huge Global Events for 2500th Anniversary of Battle of Thermopylae

The mayor of the city of Sparta announced recently that his city council is organizing a series of huge events next year to commemorate...

Greek Government Determined to Continue “Law and Order” Campaign

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis appears to be determined to continue his campaign of law and order for Greece, which was one of his...

Secret Documents Reveal Turkey Planned Operation to Capture Officers Who Fled to Greece

Secret documents obtained by a research group show that the Turkish military had prepared to force back home eight officers who fled to Greece...

Popular English First Names You Had No Idea Were Actually Greek

Every young couple who is expecting a child at some point has to face the difficult task of choosing a name for their newborn, whether...

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