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American Ambassador Extols New US-Greece College Exchange Program

"I can't think of a better place than Greece where American students could gain international experience and complete their studies," said US Ambassador to...

Nordic Group Publishes Alleged Turkish Plan for Military Invasion of Greece

Turkey allegedly had a plan to invade Greece using as a codename the name of an 11th century Turkish military commander who ruled an...

Oldest Recipe Found in Egypt Written in Greek

The oldest written recipe found in Egypt is dated approximately the year 300 AD. A recipe for red lentils, it was written on papyrus...

Greeks Remember Genocide of Their Ancestors in Pontus

Every year on May 19 Pontic Greeks commemorate one of the darkest pages in Hellenic history, as the date will forever be connected to...

How Boxing Became a Popular Sport in Ancient Greece

Boxing (Πυγμαχία, meaning "fighting with the fists") in ancient Greece originated as a very tough sport, much harder than professional boxing as we know...

Antikythera Mechanism: The Ancient Greek Artifact that Continues to Amaze Scientists

May 17 is celebrated in the scientific world as the day the Antikythera Mechanism was discovered in 1901. This astoundingly intricate machine is an...

Greek Churches Open with Health Safety Measures

Churches in Greece opened their doors to the faithful for Divine Liturgy on Sunday, after being closed for two months because of the coronavirus...

Restaurants, Cafes in Greece Open May 25

The Greek government on Saturday decided to have restaurants and cafes open for business on May 25, following the approval of the Health Ministry's...

Greeks Return to the Beaches Amidst Record High Temperatures

Beaches across Greece have flooded with people again on Sunday, on the third day of the heatwave that had meteorologists perplexed over how early...

Greek-South African Youth Orchestra Performs “Solo Evdokia” from Home

One hundred and twenty Greek-South African children along with a number of youths from Greece, sang "Solo Eudokia" online together recently, touching the hearts...