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Greece-Egypt Deal Undercuts Turkey-Libya Illegal Agreement
Greece and Egypt signed an agreement on Tuesday in Cairo that effectively undercuts Turkey's illegal deal with Libya. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Cooperation...
EU Condemns Hungary’s LGBT Bill Banning ‘Display of Homosexuality’ to Minors
Greece, with the EU, signed a declaration on Wednesday condemning Hungary's recent anti-LGBT bill which targets people under 18 years old.
Citizen Sues Greek Authorities for Police Brutality and Torture After Arrest
Police brutality is coming to the fore again in Greece as a Greek citizen filed a lawsuit on Friday against the police anti-terrorism unit.
Greek Shipowner Who Donated His Wealth to the Armed Forces Dies at 97
Iakovos Tsounis, a Greek shipowner and World War II veteran, died on Saturday at the age of 97.
Greek Shipowner Donates Entire Wealth to the Armed Forces
A Greek shipowner and World War II veteran donated his entire wealth to the Greek armed forces earlier this week. Iakovos Tsounis, 97, donated 23...
Greek Cabinet Reshuffle: The New Government Makeup
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reshuffled the Greek cabinet on Monday.
Mitsotakis and Macron Meet to Discuss Turkey, Possible EU Sanctions
In the face of increased tensions with Turkey, the Greek government on Thursday urged the EU to impose "severe sanctions" on the neighboring country....
New Way To Serve Coffee in Greece Caught Live on British TV
A hilarious incident was caught on camera on Monday as Greece's alternate minister of Foreign Affairs Miltiadis Varvitsiotis was speaking live on the BBC...
Greece Flies Spanish Flags in Solidarity to the Coronavirus-Stricken Country
Greece has shown on Friday its solidarity and support to the Spanish people who are suffering from the coronavirus pandemic by hoisting the Spanish...
China Sends One Million Surgical Masks to Greece
A shipment of medical supplies provided by the Chinese government to Greece, at the urgent request of the Greek government, arrived in Athens on...