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Lake Prespa: A Greek Eco Park Steeped in History

The Lake Prespa National Park is a place where nature, culture and history mix in creating a fascinating landmark for visitors of all ages

The History of the Arvanites in Greece

The Arvanites, the descendants of people who came to Greece from what is now Albania in the Middle Ages, have their own distinct language and culture; they played an important role in the history of Greece, particularly in the...

Remains of 32 Greek Soldiers Who Fell in Albania Finally Buried

The burial ceremony of 32 Greek soldiers who fell in Albania during the Greek-Italian war of 1940-41 was held earlier in the week at Aghios Nikolaos Church at the military cemetery of Klisoura. The ceremony was held as part of...

Monument Commemorates the Women of the Pindos

There is a relatively unknown monument, among the many from World War II, that praises the brave women of Pindos who contributed to the great victory against the Italian army. The unsung heroines of October 28, 1940 are definitely the...

“Chinese Digital Silk Road” Dominates the Western Balkans

China has made inroads in the Balkans by providing security cameras for personal surveillance, thus establishing its digital presence in the region

Albania’s Election Points To Ruling Party Win

Albania's preliminary election results, which were made public Monday, point towards the ruling Socialist Party winning another term. 

Bulgaria Blocks Start of North Macedonia’s EU Accession Talks

The nation of Bulgaria refused to give its approval for North Macedonia, the former nation of FYROM, to begin the preliminary talks to join the European Union on Tuesday. The surprise move in effect stops the accession process of the small...

Vienna Terrorist was ISIS Sympathizer With North Macedonian Ties

One thousand police officers fanned out across the Austrian capital of Vienna on Monday night, searching for the gunman who had killed five people and wounded at least seventeen more in what authorities had quickly deemed a terrorist attack. The...

Greece, Albania Agree to Settle Maritime Boundaries at International Court

Greece and Albania should settle the issue of their respective maritime zones at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama agreed during their meeting in Tirana on...

Greek Relatives Provide Blood Samples to Help ID Fallen Soldiers from Greek-Italian War

  The remains of Greek soldiers from Western Macedonia who died during the Greek-Italian war of 1940-1941 in Albania will be identified through blood samples provided by living relatives in the region, authorities said on Friday. Western Macedonia regional director George...