How Transnistria’s Tiraspol Got Its Ancient Greek Name
Located on the eastern bank of the Dniester River, Tiraspol was named after the ancient Greek name for Dniester.
Nearly Three Million Ukrainian Refugees After Russian Invasion: UN
The number of Ukrainian refugees fleeing the country after the Russian invasion approached three million on Tuesday, the United Nations said. Data from the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) suggests about 2.95 million people have left Ukraine thus far. The UNHCR...
EU to Evaluate Ukraine Accession to Bloc this Week
The EU Commission will evaluate Ukraine's accession bid in response to its emergency application for membership, which was signed by Ukrainian president Zelensky last week. The Commission must evaluate all EU membership bids while the process must be voted upon...
Nearly 5,000 Ukrainian Refugees Have Fled to Greece Since Start of War
Nearly 5,000 Ukrainian refugees have fled to Greece since Russia invaded the country in late February. According to figures released by the Greek government, 4,649 refugees fleeing war in Ukraine have arrived in Greece as of Monday. Additionally, 869 Ukrainian refugees...
Greek Former MP, Diplomat and Educator Found Guilty of Sexual Abuse of Minors
A Greek court handed down a 28-month suspended sentence on Tuesday to Nikos Georgiadis a former conservative MP, diplomat and vice president of the American College of Greece, who was found guilty of the sexual abuse of minors in...