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National Theatre Presents Play “My Mother’s Sin” in Ancient Sites Across Greece

As part of the nation's "All of Greece, One Culture" initiative from the Greek Ministry of Culture, the National Theatre will stage performances of...

Greeks Reminisce on the 15th Anniversary of the Football Miracle (video)

Every year since 2004, Greeks celebrate their own 4th of July, as it is the day the Greek national football team stunned the world...

Exhibition ‘Emotions’ Opens at the Acropolis Museum on Tuesday

The unseen emotional landscape in ancient art is explored in the exhibition "Emotions" organized by the Acropolis Museum and the Onassis Foundation, which is...

Supreme Court Deputy Prosecutor Appeals Against Indictment of HRADF Experts

A Supreme Court deputy prosecutor on Thursday lodged an appeal against an indictment targeting three board members of Greece's privatization agency (HRADF) and six...

4 Young Greeks Make Forbes 2017 ’30 Under 30′ List for Innovative Entrepreneurs

There are four young Greeks who have made Forbes' list of the brightest entrepreneurs on the “30 Under 30” list for 2017. The “30 under...

Greek Universities Generate Most Original Research, But Have Limited Impact on Country’s Economy

Greece's universities and other tertiary education institutes generate the most original research in the country, according to a report by the National Documentation Centre (EKT)...

“George Averof” Naval Ship to Be Revived by Alexandros Goulandris

The legendary ship, “George Averof” is beloved by all - something which she has earned in her years of service in the Hellenic Navy....

Greek Research Team’s Findings Spark New Hope for Parkinson’s Cure

A team of Greek medical researchers has discovered a substance that successfully treated laboratory mice suffering from the equivalent of human Parkinson's Disease, creating...

Refugee Cookout Steals the Show at 19th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

Four Syrian and four Iraqi refugees held a cookout with traditional dishes for visitors and other refugees attending the 19th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival on Friday. During...

More Vandalism to New Electronic Ticket Validation Machines for Public Transportation

The incidents of vandalism of public transportation vehicles and ticket validation machines continues to occur in and around the city of Athens. According to Kathimerini,...

President Anastasiades to Send Update on Cyprus Talks to UNSG’s Guterres

President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades will send by Tuesday next week a letter to UNSG Antonio Guterres briefing him on the current state...

Parallel Museum Exhibits of Ancient Greek and Chinese Science for Friendship Year

Over the past few years there has been an increasing amount of cultural exchanges between Greece and China and with 2017 dubbed as the...

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