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President Pavlopoulos Highlights Importance of New Library of Alexandria

Prokopios Pavlopoulos, the President of the Republic of Greece, had a meeting on Monday with Mostafa El Feki, Director of the Center of Hellenistic...

Mysterious Skeletons Discovered Near Indian Lake Believed to Belong to Greeks

A group of researchers who had previously discovered two piles of skeletons along the shores of India's Roopkund Lake recently published the astounding results...

Young Cretan Man’s Quest to Tour the Globe on 26-Foot Sailboat (video)

Cleanthes Anastasakis is a 27-year old Greek man from Crete who has been cruising around the world for the last two years in a...

Global Water Crisis: Greece Ranks 26th in the World in Water Scarcity

Nearly 1.8 billion people, or one-quarter of the Earth's entire population, live in just seventeen countries which are facing serious water shortages - a...

New Zealand Mass Killer Visited Greece Twice

The man thought responsible for the killing of at least 50 people in the unprecedented terrorist attack in New Zealand that stunned the nation...

Greek Man Misses Ethiopian Airlines Flight that Crashed Near Addis Ababa

Antonios Mavropoulos claims he missed the Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed shortly after takeoff in Addis Ababa on Sunday morning. Speaking with Greece's ALPHA TV...

Greece’s Aegean Airlines Adds Seven New International Destinations

Aegean Airlines will begin service to seven new international destinations from its hub in Athens in 2019, it announced in a statement on Wednesday. According...

Greece Finds Itself the Odd Man Out on Venezuela

The Greek government refused to follow the lead of all major European countries, and most of the Western world, on Monday in declining to...

Venezuela’s Guaido Blasts Tsipras For Hesitating to Condemn Maduro (video)

Venezuela's self-proclaimed interim President Juan Guaido expressed his concern on Monday about the Greek government's stance regarding the dire political situation in his country. Speaking with...

New Theory on What Killed Alexander the Great

The untimely death of Alexander the Great, on June 10, 323 B.C. in Babylon, has long been a topic of hot debate by historians. The...

Greek Doctor Climbs Highest Peak in Africa For Charity

Stefanos Tsallas, a young doctor from Greece, recently conquered Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, in an effort to raise funds for the ''Médecins Sans Frontières''...

Athens’ Main Street Ermou Among The World’s Most Expensive

Athens' Ermou, the city's main retail street, is the 15th most expensive retail street in the world according to Cushman & Wakefield's annual ''Main...

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