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The Greek War of Independence Through American Eyes

Hellenic College Holy Cross and Stockton University will celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the Greek War of Independence with a special exhibition

Bourla Vows to Double Vaccine Production as Biden Visits Pfizer

U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday met with Pfizer Inc CEO Albert Bourla and asked for fulfilment of the country's COVID-19 vaccine stockpile by summer

Covid-19: 1,424 New Cases, 325 Intubated, 23 Deaths in Greece

A total of 1,424 new cases of Covid-19 were diagnosed in Greece on Saturday, while 325 patients are intubated and 23 people lost their lives

Crete’s Rizitika Songs Pass Oral History on to New Generations

Rizitika songs are the oldest type of Cretan music, originating from the western part of the Greek island, but now heard in central and eastern Crete as well.

The Friendship Between Thomas Jefferson and Adamantios Korais

Philologist Adamantios Korais and the third American President, Thomas Jefferson, exchanged important correspondence during the Greek War of Independence, sharing ideas on the concepts of...

Philhellenes Who Fought in Greek War of Independence

Philhellenes who fought in the Greek War of Independence will be honored by a museum that will open its doors soon in Greece, in...

Greek Village Boasts True Descendants of Sparta

There is a Greek village in Mani, on the Peloponnesian peninsula, called Neochori where all the residents boast that they are true descendants of...

Halcyon Days: The Unique Greek Weather Phenomenon

Greece is reputed to have almost 300 days of sunshine a year, even during the winter when the unique phenomenon of the Halcyon Days...

Taylor Greene Faces Greek Backlash Using Leonidas’ Molon Labe

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA. 14) faces censure, as her outlandish views threaten the unity of the Republican Party, while Democrats ask for her...

Covid-19 Vaccination Campaigns Become Dog-Eat-Dog Competition

Covid-19 vaccination campaigns have turned into a dog-eat-dog competition internationally as shortages of the coronavirus vaccine have caused some nations to fend for themselves, trying...