Giannis Antetokounmpo Leads Greece to Winning Start in EuroBasket
Greece started its Eurobasket campaign with a hard-fought 89 to 85 win over Croatia in Milan on Friday. Giannis Antetokounmpo came to the rescue with two blocks, a dunk, and a goal foul in the last minute to give Greece...
Italian Giant Milan Signs 18-Year-Old Greek Goalkeeper
Italian giants A.C. Milan announced on Tuesday the signing of Fotios Pseftis, an 18-year-old Greek goalkeeper from Asteras Tripoli.
Italy Quarantines 16 Million People in Extraordinary Coronavirus Move
The Italian authorities announced on Sunday morning that more than sixteen million people will be quarantined in a total of fifteen provinces of the country, in order to limit the spread of the Covid19 coronavirus. Among the regions affected by...
RyanAir Introduces Four New European Destinations from Kalamata Airport
RyanAir announced on Wednesday that it will introduce four new seasonal schedules out of Greece's Kalamata Airport. The Irish airliner has decided to launch new routes from Kalamata to London, which will utilize Stansted Airport, as well as to Milan,...
Greek photographer Vogiatzis shows abandoned Chios villages
The photographs of Greek artist Stratis Vogiatzis will be shown for the first time in Milan by the Hellenic Cultural Foundation and innovative Greek home furnishings company COCO-MAT, who at their Milan showroom will display 15 photographs from the...
Leading Italian Philosopher and Intellectual Umberto Eco Dead at 84
World-renowned Italian author and intellectual Umberto Eco died at 84 yesterday at his home in Milan, according to Italian media reports. Eco was best known for his historical mystery novel The Name of the Rose, a global phenomenon that was...
Athens Appeal Court Rejects Extradition Request by Italian Authorities
The Chamber of the Athens Appeal Court has ruled against extradition proceedings of five students that took part in a protest against EXPO 2015 last spring in Milan. The request for extradition proceedings had been filed by Italian authorities who have charged the...
4 of the 5 Accused Greek Students Will Not Be Extradited to Italy
The Greek Appeals Council refused the extradition of two of the five students who were being called by Italian authorities to face charges for their alleged participation in protest and clashes in the "No Expo" demonstration in Milan this past May. In a hearing...
Authorities Arrest Greek Anti-Authoritarians for Incidents in Milan
Five Greek anti-authoritarians are being persecuted by Italian authorities with an international arrest warrant for their involvement in violent episodes. The incident in question occurred on May 1 in Milan during the protest against the international exhibition Expo Milano...
Greek PM: No Need for New Memorandum, Elections in June 2016
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras appeared optimistic earlier today that the country is not going to need a new memorandum and it will soon be on track of development. During a press conference on the sidelines of the European...
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