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Prescription Cannabis For Medicinal Use Becomes Legal in Greece

Prescription cannabis for medicinal use became legally available in Greece for the first time on February 19.

Aphrodite’s throw: The Most Famous Gambling Game in Ancient Greece

Gambling, one of the most common vices in the world, has a long history that dates all the way back to ancient Greece. Records of...

Epirus Trail: The Greek Mountain Adventure of Culture, History and Beauty

The Epirus Trail which boasts an initial length of 370 km (230 miles), is a mountain adventure that crosses Epirus, from Mount Grammos to...

Investments in Greece Discussed During Prime Minister’s Visit to Qatar

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis had a meeting with the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani, on Saturday in Doha.

The Origin of the Etruscans: What Archaeological Evidence and Genetics Show

The Etruscans were a relatively enigmatic people who lived in ancient Italy. They dominated the central region of Italy from about 700 BCE until...

Germany Legalizes Recreational Cannabis Use

Germany's parliament has backed a new law permitting the recreational use of cannabis for over-18s in the country, who will be allowed to possess...

Bomb Threats Target US, Israel, Egypt Embassies in Athens

Police in Greece were placed on high alert on Friday after phone calls to TV stations warned about the placement of bombs in the...

Odysseus Becomes First US Spacecraft to Land on Moon in Over 50 Years

The Odysseus lunar lander, nicknamed "Odie," or IM-1, has become the first US-made spacecraft to touch down on the moon in more than 50...

Neanderthals Used Glue to Make Stone Tools 40,000 Years Ago

Around 40,000 years ago, Neanderthals living in what we now call France crafted tool handles using a special sticky substance. This sticky mix was...

Archestratus: The Ancient Greek Gourmand on the Secrets of Gastronomy

Archestratus, an ancient Greek poet and philosopher in the mid 4th century BCE from Sicily, is often referred to as the Father of Gastronomy.