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Lady of Ro: The Woman Who Raised the Greek Flag Everyday

The "Lady of Ro", Despina Achladioti, is a symbol of patriotism and defiance by raising and lowering the Greek flag every day, for decades

April 23, 2010: Greece Enters Decade of Bailouts and Austerity

On April 23, 2010, Greece entered the bailouts era by asking its EU partners and the IMF to rescue its economy that went bankrupt. The dramatic call for help was made from the tiny Aegean island of Kastellorizo by then...

The Day The Dodecanese Joined Motherland Greece

The Dodecanese, the island archipelago which literally means ”The Twelve Islands”, officially joined their motherland of Greece on March 7, 1948.

Turkish Cadets Swim the Distance to the Greek Island of Kastellorizo

Turkey's military cadets swam the distance to the Greek island of Kastellorizo last week to demonstrate how close the Greek island is to Turkey. The provocative move follows recent statements by Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar, who referred to Kastellorizo...

Oldest Greek in Australia Passes Away at 109

Eleni Confos, the oldest Greek in Australia and the most senior Australian Castellorizian, has passed away peacefully at the age of 109.

Greek Coast Guard Boat Harassed by Turkish Vessel

A Greek Coast Guard patrol boat was harassed by a Turkish counterpart on Sunday, suffering minor damages but no crew member injuries

Turkey Says “No Chance of Us Backing Off” Drilling Near Greece, Cyprus

Turkish Minister Fatih Donmez announced that Turkey would not cease drilling in Greece's and Cyprus' economic zones (EEZ) on Monday. 

Grand Opening of the New Castellorizian Association of NSW Building

The Castellorizian Association of New South Wales (NSW) inaugurated a new cultural center building in Sydney, Australia on Saturday. 

The Dodecanese and the Greek War of Independence

The abandoned places and these traces of lost ways of life of the Dodecanese have been my obsession for several years

Covid-Free Greek Islands Prepare for Summer Season

Dozens of small Greek islands are becoming Covid-free, as the vast majority of residents have been vaccinated, and prepare to welcome tourists in the summer.