Wuerzburg Attacks Leave Three People Dead, Multiple Injured

Three people have died and multiple more are injured after a stabbing attack took place in Wuerzburg, Germany on Friday. Police apprehended the suspect, a 24-year old Somali immigrant, who was shot but not killed by the police leading...

Germany Wants to Get Rid of EU Member States’ Right to Veto

Germany wants to eliminate the right of individual members of the European Union to veto foreign policy statements. German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas believes that individual members are wielding too much power over the majority of the 27-nation bloc, and...

Greece Angry at Being Left Out from Berlin Conference on Libya

Greece expressed anger on Thursday over the decision by Germany to exclude her from the upcoming Berlin Conference on Libya

Greece’s Tourism Season Boosted as Germany Abolishes Quarantine

Germans who visit Greece this summer won't have to quarantine upon their return to Germany according to a cabinet decision on Wednesday. 

Greece, Italy Back Vaccine Patent Waiver — Nein from Germany

Greece, France and Italy supported President Biden's initiative to waive patents for the Covid-19 vaccine during an EU Summit

Germany, WHO Launch New Hub For Monitoring Global Health Risks

On Wednesday, Germany and the World Health Organization announced a new hub in Berlin for monitoring data on future health risks.

Germany Shows the Way for Parthenon Sculptures Return to Greece

Germany announced they reached an agreement with Nigeria to return the Benin Bronzes, in a move similar to the Parthenon sculptures issue.

The Greek Legacy that is Pilates

Inspired by Greek heritage and philosophies, Pilates is one of the most well-known and popular exercise regimes of the world .

Greece Reopens Issue of War Reparations from Germany

Greece called again for talks with Germany on wartime reparations on the 80th anniversary of the Nazi Occupation, which begun on April 6 1941.

German Cities Suspend Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine After Clotting Incidents

Two of the largest cities in Germany suspended use of the AstraZeneca vaccine in those under 60 after increased reports of blood clotting.