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Pfizer’s Bourla to Receive National Father’s Day Award

Dr. Albert Bourla, the Thessaloniki-born head of Pfizer, will be awarded the title of "Father of the Year" by the National Father's Day Committee.

Melbourne to Illuminate Landmarks to Commemorate Greek Bicentennial

Some of Melbourne’s top landmarks will be lit up in blue and white to commemorate the declaration of the Greek War of Independence 200 years ago.

Firefighters Rescue Six from Building After Earthquake

Firefighters rescued six people from collapsed houses in Mesochori on Wednesday following the earthquake that occurred earlier in the day.

Nea Moni Monastery, An Historical Treasure on the Greek Island of Chios

The Nea Moni Monastery on the Greek island of Chios is a treasure from Greece's long history, now listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List.

Gate to Byzantine City, Ottoman Baths Discovered under Mytilene Castle

Recent excavations undertaken by the Ephorate of Antiquities of Lesvos  have revealed new Byzantine structures and baths dating back to the Ottoman era.

PM Mitsotakis to Strengthen National Health System in Covid-19 Fight

PM Mitsotakis decided that the Committee of Experts will be convened tomorrow morning to evaluate the Covid-19 epidemiological data throughout the country.

Archbishop Elpidophoros Sends Message for Women’s History Month

The relatively young prelate reached out to the Greek Orthodox women of the Americas, telling them that he realizes without them, "our parishes would be dead."

Odyssey Banned for Violence, Sexism; Is this the End of World Classics?

Odyssey, Homer's classic was recently banned in Lawrence, Massachusetts for portraying ideas that do not conform to modern norms of behavior. 

Hominid Footprints on Crete Could Change Evolutionary Theory For Good

The impressions had been made by hominids on Crete 5.6 million years ago, making them by far the oldest footprints ever discovered in Europe.

San Francisco Greek Film Festival to Offer Free, Virtual and Drive-In Movies

This year's San Francisco Greek Film Festival, which is set for April 16-25, 2021, will offer free, virtual film screenings.