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Greece Honors Baltadoros, The Pilot Who Fell Defending Aegean Skies

Greece remembers Giorgos Baltadoros, the fighter pilot who died April 12 in 2018 when his Mirage 2000-5 plane crashed into the Aegean.

Australia Funds Remembrance Trail on the Greek Island of Lemnos

The Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison, announced recently the funding of $4.9 million in the 2022-23 budget for the Lemnos Remembrance Trail to...

Where Do the Names of Greek Islands Come From?

Many Greek islands derive their names from mythical heroes, ancient gods and kings, along with geological features. The Greek territory is composed of 6,000 islands...

Greece to Sign Mutual Defense Agreement with US

After the defense agreement with France inked just weeks ago, Greece is getting ready to sign an amendment to its defense deal with the...

Remembering Fallen Lieutenant Nikolaos Sialmas

The Chief of Hellenic National Defense General Staff honored the memory of a fallen lieutenant by flying a plane over his memorial on Friday. 

New Archaeological Museum Opens in Chalkida, Greece

A new museum, named the Archaeological Museum of Chalkida, is opening its doors to the public for the first time on Monday.

Two Popular Greek Islands During the Tough 2020 Tourist Season

The most popular Greek islands for the past summer weren't Mykonos or Santorini. The stunning Greek islands of Skyros and Serifos found themselves thriving...

Australian Artist Captures Greece in Year-Long Project

Artist Jason Roberts traveled across Greece for over a year in order to capture images of which he believes encapsulate Greek heritage.

Coronavirus: Greece Restricts Movement to Within 1.2 Miles from Home

Greece restricted movement to within 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) radius from home on Thursday in a new effort to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

Turkey Claims Greek Fighter Jets “Harassed” Vessel in Northern Aegean

Turkey charged on Tuesday that Greek fighter jets had “harassed” its research vessel Cesme while it sailed in the Northern Aegean.