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PM Mitsotakis Urges Speed-Up of EU Vaccine Approval Process

Prime Minister Mitsotakis stressed the need to speed up the European Union's vaccine approval process in an European Council videoconference on the EU's strategy for dealing with the pandemic late on Thursday. According to government sources, the Prime Minister, together with...

“Nation State” Hackers Try to Disrupt Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution

Adding to all of the uncertainty and hardship that the world has had to deal with since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, it now appears that a malicious nation state is attempting to hack the supply chain of...

Greek Presence in Britain Expands, Despite Brexit Uncertainty

According to a study conducted by the Southeast European Studies research group of the University of Oxford (SEESOX), the number of Greek nationals who moved to the UK to study or work increased significantly in the last decade, despite...

Greek Text of Jesus Secret Teachings to his Brother James Discovered in Oxford

The first-known original Greek copy of a heretical Christian writing describing Jesus' secret teachings to his brother James has been discovered at Oxford University by biblical scholars at The University of Texas at Austin. Fragments of a 1,600-year-old heretical document...

Times Higher Education Ranking: Oxford Best in World, University of Crete Is Top in Greece

The Times Higher Education's global league table of universities released its international rankings placing the University of Oxford in the top position, pushing the California Institute of Technology into second place. Greek universities lagged behind the 301st position, with the...

Oxford Museum Hosts Special Event About Ancient Greece

The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, the world's first university museum situated on Beaumont Street in Oxford, UK, opened its doors on Wednesday to young visitors, offering them the opportunity to travel back in time and experience the majesty of the...

Ancient Greece Comes Alive with ‘Invasion’ at Oxford School

Students were transported back 2,400 years when ancient Greece 'invaded' Cheney School. The East Oxford Community Classics Centre held a double bill of themed days including archery and cavalry shows by re-enactment group Comitatus. Students learned about topics including democracy, human rights, theatre and...

Greek Plays in Oxford!

In Athens in the 5th century BC, at the yearly festival of the City Dionysia, local poets' latest plays were presented in a sunlit amphitheatre before fellow citizens, as part of a competition with rival poets. The victorious production...