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FYROM Army Fire in the Air to Deter Migrants from Greek Border

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) soldiers guarding the border with Greece fired warning shots at migrants trying to cross illegally to the Balkan...

25th Greek Film Festival Kicks off in Sydney with Wartime Drama (video)

More than 700 people attended the opening night of the 25th Greek Film Festival in Sydney on Tuesday night, with wartime drama "The Last...

Father Antonios Awarded European Citizen’s Prize

Father Antonios Papanikolaou of Ark of the World was awarded on Tuesday the annual European Citizen's Prize, along with Greek NGOs HOPEgenesis and Anemos...

Greek Americans Conquer the Highest Peak in Africa

Greek Americans John and Joanna Kalafatis along with their team from Spring Scaffolding, recently conquered the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, a dormant stratovolcano in Tanzania, after...

Greece Better off If Still Governed by Bavarians, German Interior Minister Says

Greece would be better off if it was still governed by Bavarians, said Germany's Minister of the Interior, Building and Community Horst Seehofer on...

Greek Bank Shares Drag Down the Athens Stock Exchange, State Bonds Reach 4.66%

The turmoil in the Italian economy and the deterioration of Greek state bonds dragged down the Athens Stock Exchange on Monday, with the General...

IMF Revises Greece’s 2019 Growth Rate Upwards

The International Monetary Fund has revised Greece's short-term growth forecasts upward while lowering medium-term forecasts in its October 2018 World Economic Outlook. The report will...

The Gambling Legend that was Nick the Greek

The nickname of Nicholaos Andreas Dandolos, "Nick the Greek", will remain in history as synonymous to gambling, as the Greek American man was dubbed...

The Unparalleled Natural Beauty of Greece’s Epirus in a Stunning Video

Zagorohoria, Metsovo, Tzoumerka, Drakolimni, Parga, Sivota, Bella Vraka, Acherontas estuary, Konitsa. Places of fantastic natural beauty, some of them so diverse that Epirus could...

The ‘Hachico’ of Crete Dies Waiting for its Owner (video)

The "Hachiko" of Crete, the loyal dog that waited for his owner, died eight years after his human friend in the village of Patelles. For...