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Greece Denies Turkish Reports of Naval ‘Engagement’ Off Cyprus

Sources from Greece's National Defense General Staff (GEETHA) deny Turkish media reports about an incident that supposedly involved a Greek warship being interdicted by the...

State Department thanks departing Greek FM Kotzias

The U.S. State Department thanked departing Greek foreign minister Nikos Kotzias for the Prespa agreement and for his role in improving Greece-U.S. relations. These comments...

Convicted 17N Terrorist Savvas Xiros Applies for Prison Release

Savvas Xiros, a leading member of the infamous 17 November terrorist group, has applied for parole, claiming poor health. 55 year-old Xiros has been serving...

Greece Slams New Turkish ‘Provocation’ in the Aegean

The Greek ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement slamming Turkey after it emerged that a Turkish ship will conduct unauthorized seismic research in...

After 53 Years, Athens’ Kentrikon Restaurant Serves its Last Meal

One of the most historic eateries in central Athens has served its last meal. Kentrikon Restaurant, which earned a reputation for serving quality, home-style...

Spiderweb Spanning One Kilometer Covers Greek Lake

A phenomenal spiderweb spanning 1,000 meters (one kilometer) has blanketed Lake Vistonida in northern Greece, puzzling locals and scientists alike. The massive spiderweb has covered...

Rift Grows: Church of Russia Prohibits Pilgrimage to Mount Athos after Schism

The Orthodox Church of Russia has issued a decision prohibiting Russian pilgrims from visiting Mount Athos in Greece. This order follows the recent interruption...

World Economic Forum: Greek Competitiveness Drops in 2018, Falls to 57th

Greek economic competitiveness declined in 2018. According to the World Economic Forum's annual report, Greece ranks in 57th place in competitiveness among 140 countries,...

BlackRock Freezes €300 Million Mall Development Project in Athens

U.S. investment company BlackRock has decided to freeze a plan to build a mall complex in western Athens after 11 years of battling Greek...

‘Rubicon’ Anarchists Occupy School of Philosophy Classroom Again

Members of "Rubicon" anarchist group on Wednesday occupied once again classroom 516 of the University of Athens School of Philosophy, despite efforts by university...