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Getty Museum Rejects Court Decision on Ancient Statue

The life-size Greek bronze statue called "Victorious Youth" is at the center of what seems like a never-ending legal battle that has been underway...

Mandarin Edges Out Greek as Second Language in Sydney

Sydney's diverse cultural melting pot is constantly evolving. And, according to an anthology titled Multilingual Sydney, Greek is no longer ranked as one of...

Fifteen Things All Greek-Americans Experience In Their Childhood

Growing up Greek-American you are privy to a unique childhood, filled with some pretty strange customs (strange to those who are not Greek, anyway)....

Celebrating 125 Years of Greek Heritage in Pittsburgh

The American Hellenic Foundation of Western Pennsylvania (AHFWPA) and the University of Pittsburgh are celebrating the 125th anniversary of the arrival of the first...

Government to Pay “Social Dividend” Christmas Bonus by Dec 14

Online applications for the "social dividend", or Christmas bonus, will be available next week for recipients on a special online platform set up by...

Half-Billion-Euro Investment for Hydrocarbon Exploration in Western Greece

Over a period of the next seven to eight years, it is estimated that companies will invest some 500 million euros with the hopes...

Police Officers Face Charges in Death of Zak Kostopoulos

Police officers involved in the Athens beating death of 33-year-old LGBTQ activist Zak Kostopoulos now face charges of inflicting fatal bodily harm and will appear in...

The Largest Scale Anti-Terror Exercise Ever in Greece Begins Today in Crete

Today in Crete, the largest anti-terror exercise of its kind to ever take place in Greece is underway at the ports of Souda and...

AHEPA Lauds George H.W. Bush After Former President’s Death

The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA) issued the following statement on December first upon the death of the 41st President of the United...

Tsipras and Putin to Meet Following Damaged Diplomatic Relations

On Friday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will fly to Moscow, Russia, on an official visit. While there, he will meet with his Russian counterpart,...