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World of Basketball Mourns Death of Legendary Coach Dusan Ivkovic

Legendary basketball coach Dusan Ivkovic passed away in the early hours of Thursday morning in a Belgrade, Serbia hospital after a brief illness. He was 78. Ivkovic, who coached several Greek basketball clubs, was known as one of the most...

Tokyo Olympics: Greece Wins Silver in Water Polo Final Against Serbia

Greece made history on Sunday during the water polo final, and despite losing 10-13 to Serbia, won its first silver Olympic medal in history.

European Arrest Warrant Issued for Greek Neo-Nazi Fugitive Pappas

A European arrest warrant was issued on Tuesday for Christos Pappas, the neo-Nazi former lawmaker, who is on the run after his conviction in October 2020.

Strong 6.4 Earthquake Rocks Croatia, Surrounding Countries, At Least 5 Dead

A strong earthquake, measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale, rocked central Croatia on Tuesday. At least five people have been killed. There have been reports of widespread damage in the central Croatian city of Petrinja, south of Zagreb. According to Croatian...

Greece Extends Entry Ban on Some Non-EU Nationals, Including US, Until July 31

The ban on entry into Greece of non-EU citizens has been extended until July 31, according to a new aviation directive (NOTAM) coming from the national authorities. Following the decision of the European Union to remove Serbia and Montenegro from...

Greece Closes Border to Serbia

Greece is closing its borders with Serbia as of Monday at 6 am, stopping Serbian citizens from entering, due to the surge of Covid-19 cases in the neighboring country. The health authorities decision was expected because there has been a...

Road Tourism in Greece Amounts to 30.6% of Total Arrivals

About 9.6 million tourists arrived to Greece by car in 2019, amounting to 30.6 percent of total arrivals, says a study of the Institute of the Hellenic Tourism Enterprises  Association (INSETE) published on Thursday. The study entitled "Road tourism in...

Greece, Serbia, and Bulgaria To Ease Travel, Nix Quarantines June 1

Greece will ease travel restrictions with the nations of Bulgaria and Serbia beginning on June 1, according to remarks made by the Bulgarian Prime Minister on Tuesday. “We have agreed with Greece, as of June 1, to allow travel without...

Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania Plan to Host the World Cup

Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania on Saturday announced a joint effort to host the 2030 World Cup and 2028 Euros. "We are starting a common course, with optimism, with a smile, seriousness, awareness of reality and basically for better days...

Second Cyprus-Serbia Conference Held in Nicosia on Friday

Nicos Anastasiades, President of the Republic of Cyprus, and his Serbian counterpart, Aleksandar Vucic, will chair the Second Intergovernmental Conference between Cyprus and Serbia. The event takes place on Friday in the Cypriot capital of Nicosia. The two sides are expected...