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The United States of the Ionian Islands: The Forgotten History of British Rule in...

What is widely known about the history of Greece's splendid Ionian islands is that they never had to endure direct Ottoman rule during the...

Renovated Greek National Gallery of Art to Reopen in 2021

Greece's Ministry of Culture said that the upgraded National Gallery of Art, undergoing renovations and expansion during the last few years, will reopen on...

Greece to Veto Libya Deal If Turkey Maritime Pact Isn’t Withdrawn

Greece will block any European peace deal on Libya unless an agreement between the internationally-recognized government in Tripoli and Turkey on maritime borders is...

Turkey Openly Disputes Greek Sovereignty of Aegean Islands

Turkey’s Foreign Minister on Wednesday openly disputed the sovereignty of several Greek islands in the Aegean Sea, claiming that their legal status has not...

Germany Shuns Greece: Athens Excluded from Berlin Summit on Libya

Greece suffered a diplomatic setback as it emerged late on Tuesday that it had been excluded from the summit on the crisis in Libya,...

Greece Demands a Seat at Berlin’s Upcoming Libya Crisis Summit

The Greek government has requested to be invited to participate in the upcoming talks on the Libya crisis scheduled to be held in Berlin,...

Little Greek Hero’s Brave Fight Against Spinal Atrophy Brings Hope to a Nation

The condition of Panagiotis Rafael Glossiotis, the toddler from Chalkida, Greece who is suffering from a rare condition called spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), is...

Public Outrage as Anti-Abortion Banner Appears in Athens’ Metro

Posters put up by a pro-life, or anti-abortion, organization appeared in Athens' metro stations on Monday, promoting the positions of the Greek anti-abortion movement...

Several New Luxury Hotels to Open in Athens During 2020

Several new luxury hotels are scheduled to open their doors this year in Athens, as the Greek capital is clearly basking in the new...

Safety Concerns Raised Over One of Greece’s Longest Bridges

Authorities imposed traffic restrictions earlier in the week on the Lake Polyfytos Bridge, in northern Greece one of the longest bridges in the country,...

Greek Riot Police Storm Squats Re-Occupied by Anarchists

Riot police stormed two squats in the district of Koukaki in central Athens which had been  re-occupied by anarchists earlier on Saturday. The buildings, located...

Greek Prime Minister Briefs Opposition Leaders on US Visit

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Friday briefed political party leaders on this week's visit to the US and his meeting with President Donald Trump...

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