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British National Archives: Callaghan “Not Prepared” to Give Evidence on Talks with Turkey Before Turkey's 1974 Invasion

A limited number of files on Cyprus, dating back to 1976, have been included in the latest release of Foreign Office archives in London. The...

HIV Cases in Greece Drop, Tests Shortages Rise

December 1 is the World AIDS Day, when people around the world look closely into the victims of the epidemic that devastated the world...

Protest Against Benetton Store in Greece for Firing HIV Positive Employee

The "Reworkers" activist group, on Wednesday, demonstrated against a Benetton store in central Athens for the firing of an employee who is HIV positive. According...

Archives in Greece to Open to Aid Efforts on the Fate of Missing Persons in Cyprus

After 43 years, archives that were locked away and sealed will be released to contribute in efforts to ascertain the fate of missing persons,...

Greek Scientist Heads Team that Developed HIV-Fighting Antibody

Researchers, led by Dr. Constantinos Petrovas of the Immunology Laboratory of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), have developed an antibody...

Court Acquits HIV-Positive Women Charged with 'Transmitting the Virus' Via Prostitution

An Athens Misdemeanours Court acquitted a group of HIV positive women arrested in 2012 and charged with repeated counts of grievous bodily harm on...

KEELPNO: New HIV Diagnoses in Greece at Lowest Level in 5 Years

According to figures released by the Center for Disease Prevention and Control (KEELPNO) on Monday, new diagnoses of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, are...

Greece and Kazakhstan Continue 'Bridge of Friendship' With Archive Exchange of Deported Greeks

According to Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, the Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Athens, Aleksei Volkov and the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of...

Cotton Mill Turned into Migrant Center in Thiva as Cretan Officials Raise Concerns over Construction of 4 New Migrant Camps

According to Greek officials, the government is planning to use a former cotton mill near the city of Thiva in central Greece to house...

Cyprus Cabinet Approves 200,000 Euros for Archive Research into Missing Persons

President Nicos Anastasiades has announced that the Cabinet decided to approve the funding of 200,000 euros to be used for the recruitment of researchers...