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Thessaloniki Celebrates PAOK Winning the Greek Title After 34 Years

Thessaloniki's PAOK football team won Levadiakos on Sunday evening, securing the first place in Greece's Superleague. With a winning score of (5-0), PAOK became Greece's football champion for the first time in 34 years, sparking...

Российские ученые намерены создать устройство для дистанционного изучения активности мозга

Ученые Санкт-Петербургского политехнического университета Петра Великого (СПбПУ) намерены разработать устройство для дистанционной регистрации различных видов активности участков мозга грызунов. Полученные данные помогут бороться с нарушениями активности головного мозга, например, при эпилепсии, сообщила в четверг...

My Dad Was a CIA Spy in Greece — But Not a Thug

by Leslie Absher When I was just a baby, my father was sent to Greece for his first field assignment with the CIA. It was the summer of 1966 when we arrived, nine months before...

April 21, 1967: A Date Most Greeks Want to Forget

                                       (Makarezos, Pattakos, Papadopoulos) For the army colonels who overthrew the government and established a seven-year cruel...

At Least 207 Dead in Sri Lanka Easter Attacks

At least 207 people have been killed so far in Sri Lanka, according to local Police authorities. A total of six blasts hit three hotels and three churches as worshipers attended Easter services on Sunday. According...

Global Economy Positioned for Moderate Growth, Says Calamos

The global economy is positioned for moderate growth in the second quarter of 2019, according to Greek-American businessman and philanthropist John P. Calamos, Sr., founder, chairman and chief investment officer of Calamos Investments. In its...

Refugees Camped at Athens’ Syntagma Square Transferred to Eleonas Refugee Camp

Approximately forty refugees and migrants, including many children, who had been camping at Syntagma Square in Athens since Thursday, left the square on Saturday afternoon. At first, they refused to leave, despite the efforts of...

Greek Foreign Ministry Calls on Turkey to ”Learn to Respect International Law as It...

Alexandros Gennimatas, the spokesperson of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, made a statement on Saturday afternoon, answering to the Turkish Defense Minister's remarks about the islands of the Aegean Sea. Gennimatas called Turkey to...

Athens’ Airport Keeps Up The Tradition of Promoting Greek Culture, Literature, and History

''Eleftherios Venizelos'', the International Airport of Athens, showcases and promotes Greece's history, literature and culture for more than eighteen years now. Since the beginning of its operation in 2001, the new international airport of Athens...

Greece Will Be on the Moon By 2022, Greek Space Agency’s Chairman Confirms

Christodoulos Protopappás, the Chairman of the Hellenic (Greek) Space Agency (ELDO) said on Friday that a Greek lunar vehicle will be on the moon by 2022. Speaking with the state-run Praktoreio radio station, Protopappás said...