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Stunning Spectacle as Storm Hits Greece’s Nafplio (Video)

A strong storm with thunder and lightning hit Greece’s first capital, Nafplio, in the Peloponnese, illuminating the purple night sky. Earlier in the day in other...

Kotzias to UN’s Special Envoy: Cyprus Problem is Matter of Occupation and Invasion

Greece's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Kotzias, has conveyed Athens' views regarding the time-frame and the methodology of the Cyprus reunification talks to UN Secretary...

The Hellenic Initiative Australia Upgrades Pediatric Facilities in Greece

  The Hellenic Initiative Australia has upgraded two Pediatric Trauma Centers in Kastoria and Ioannina, in northwestern Greece, through a new partnership with Pediatric Trauma...

Flashback to the First Reported Hijacking in Greece (Video)

During the Civil War, on September 12th 1948, the first reported hijacking in Greece occurred when 6 pro-communist students, who wanted passage to Yugoslavia,...

EC President Juncker Praises Greece’s ‘Herculean Efforts’

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has praised Greece's "Herculean efforts" during his annual state of the union address to the European Parliament on Wednesday. Juncker stated that...

Pulitzer Laureate Jeffrey Eugenides in Athens for 2018 World Book Capital

Pulitzer Laureate, Jeffrey Eugenides, an American of Greek descent, is visiting Athens to participate in panel discussions at the Athens 2018 World Book Capital. Eugenides...

Here Are 13 Essential Tips on How to Drive (Safely) in Greece

While Greeks may have a bad reputation as drivers, recent statistics show that things are gradually improving. The facts: Although the country still has one of...

Hollywood Actor James Franco Spotted Enjoying a Break on Mykonos (Video)

Hollywood actor James Franco was spotted cooling down with girlfriend Isabel Pakzad on a beach on the Cycladic island of Mykonos The 40-year-old, who has been...

Refugee Children Attending Greek Schools for the Third Consecutive Year

The school bell rang for the third consecutive year on Tuesday for child refugees who are attending Greek public schools. Last year, more than 8,000 child...

Has Alexis Tsipras Put an End to Anti-Americanism in Greece?

It was early 2015 when Greece's first leftist government was making a clandestine attempt to find economic allies in Russia and China in an...