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Шойгу наградил троих граждан Греции

Министр обороны РФ генерал армии Сергей Шойгу наградил медалями троих граждан Греции. Медали «За заслуги в увековечивании памяти погибших защитников Отечества» были вручены им на торжественном приеме в честь Дня защитников Отечества в посольстве России...

Glorious Ancient Past of Thessaloniki Unearthed (photos)

Significant archaeological finds are being unearthed almost on a daily basis from the excavations for the Thessaloniki Metro. The findings highlighting the glorious ancient past of the modern Macedonian city are being studied by a...

Hellenic Entrepreneurs Association Adopts Greek Islet

  Kinaros, also known as Cinarus, is a small Greek island in the Aegean, located west of Kalymnos and Leros and east of Amorgos, and only 5.5 nautical miles west-southwest of Levitha. Kinaros, which is the...

Eleusis and the Great Mysteries Exhibition Opens at Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum is hosting an exhibition of the most important artifacts brought to light by the archaeological excavation in Eleusis (Elefsina in Greek). Titled Eleusis and the great mysteries, the exhibition will highlight the...

Caesars Entertainment ‘Among Bidders’ for Elliniko Casino in Greece

US giant Caesars Entertainment is reportedly interested in bidding for a casino license at Elliniko, the site of the former Athens airport, as the Greek government is preparing to launch a tender. A Finance Ministry...

American Hellenic Council Delivers Earthquake Relief to Lesvos

The American Hellenic Council, a Los Angeles-based Greek-American advocacy organization, announced on Friday the successful delivery of $15,000 in earthquake relief to the village of Vrisa on the island of Lesvos. “The Council’s truly grateful...

Europe Lends Support to Greece, Cyprus Over Turkish Violations

The European Union came to the defense of Greece and Cyprus on Friday following what President Donald Tusk described as "Turkey's illegal violations in the Eastern Mediterranean and in the Aegean." "On behalf of all...

Greece in ‘No Hurry’ to Solve FYROM Name Dispute

Greece "is in no hurry" to resolve the naming dispute with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said following the informal EU summit meeting in Brussels. Resolving the name issue...

Inmates Hold Protest in Greek Prison

Greek authorities are locked into talks on Saturday with inmates at Korydallos maximum security prison to convince them to stop their protest and return to their cells. Inmates refused to return to their cells and...

Greek Woman Killed in Flood Tragedy

Greek emergency services discovered the body of a 59-year-old woman who drowned after her car was swept away by a torrent near the village of Drimonas in Evia. 20 firemen with eight vehicles rushed to...