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New Azeri Gas Pipeline to Pass Through Greece

Greece and other eastern European countries may be looking for alternatives after Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to scrap a pipeline bypassing Ukraine, according to Bloomberg. The alternative is a new Azeri pipeline. The eastern European region has suffered...

Greeks of Ukraine Fighting Alone

The point that defines the end of the Ukrainian army is the community of Sartana in Mariupol, where soldiers control who comes and goes, and curfew starts at 8 pm. Many members of the Greek Diaspora live between Russian separatists...

Putin Signs the Decree of Rehabilitation

The decree for the rehabilitation of minorities such as Armenians, Greeks, Germans and Tatars, who had suffered in the days of Stalin -- according to the Russian president Vladimir Putin’s announcement at a meeting of the State Council -- has...

Putin Pledges to Protect Minorities in Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin, at his annual question-and-answer session with the public, assured that the legitimate rights and interests of the Crimean peoples displaced during the Stalinist era will be restored. “We are about to sign a decree. We are working...

Russia: Proposal to Reinstate Crimea With Ancient Greek Name

The Russian lower house, called the "State Duma," seems prepared to seize this unique historic opportunity and reinstate Crimea with its ancient Greek name, following the same decision made by the Russian Empress Catherine the Great in 1783, when...

Greeks Fleeing Ukraine

The evening flight that arrived in Athens from Kiev was filled with Greeks who fled Ukraine after the developments in Crimea. When the Greeks arrived at Eleftherios Venizelos airport they were greeted with hugs kisses and tears of joy from...

Chersonesus, Crimea, 2300-Year-Old Massacre

Chersonesus , an ancient Greek colony founded approximately 2,500 years ago in the southwestern part of the Crimean Peninsula, known then as Taurica, was established in the 6th Century BC by settlers from Heraclea Pontica. “We’ve learned things that have...