Northern Greek Port of Alexandroupolis Hosts Its First-Ever US Navy Vessel (video)

The newly expanded port of Alexandroupolis, in northeastern Greece, hosted its first American warship on Tuesday. The USNS Carson City, with a 90-member crew, docked...

Activists’ Disruption of OXI Day Parade Causes Uproar in Greece

The act of ten young women, ridiculing the traditional student parade on OXI Day, has caused an uproar in Greece's political world and Greek society...

Turkish Violations of Greek Airspace Reach Record Numbers in 2019

The Greek General Staff announced on Tuesday that the number of incidents of Turkish aircraft violating the country's airspace over the Aegean in the...

Recent US, Turkish Unpredictability Causes Unease in Greece

The unpredictability of U.S. policy in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East, along with Turkey's territorial claims in the region were two issues...

Air Force’s “Zeus” F-16 Demonstration Team Conquers the Greek Skies

Over the last several years, the Hellenic Air Force (HAF) has been dazzling spectators during the military parades that are held in Thessaloniki every...

US Sends B52 Stratofortress Bombers to Greece and Cyprus for Joint Exercise

The enhanced strategic cooperation between Washington and Athens is set to take one step further on Wednesday, October 30, as two aircraft belonging to...

Greeks Mark “Oxi Day” with Spectacular Military Parade in Thessaloniki

Thousands of people gathered in the center of the city of Thessaloniki on Monday to watch the military parade to commemorate ”Oxi Day,” when...

Impressive Scenes as American Helicopters Arrive in Greece’s Volos

The US military published a video on Saturday showing the operation of offloading military equipment, including helicopters and army vehicles, at the port of...

What if the Greeks Did Not Say “Oxi” on October 28, 1940?

October 28 is a Greek national holiday, but not without its share of criticism, as there are those who argue that it commemorates the...

The Valiant Greek Jew Who Fought in Crimea, Asia Minor and Two World Wars

 Mordechai Frizis (Μαρδοχαίος Φριζής), who fought in the Crimea and in the doomed Asia Minor campaign as well as the two World Wars, was...

Analysts See Turkey Repeating Cyprus Invasion in Syrian Offensive

Turkey's new offensive in northern Syria is reminiscent in many ways of the invasion of Cyprus in 1974, showing Ankara's expansionist tendencies once again,...

Turkey Issues NAVTEX off Cyprus and Limnos Island in Greece

Turkish authorities issued two new Navigational Telexes (NAVTEX) on Thursday, blocking off the regions of the sea west of Cyprus and southeast of the...

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