The Vietnam Execution that Symbolizes the Brutality of War
Exactly 55 years to this day the photo of the execution of a suspected Viet Cong member in Vietnam still has the power to shock the world. Captured by American photojournalist Eddie Adams it shows South Vietnam National Police Chief...
Greece to Unveil Statue of Vietnam’s Communist Leader Ho Chi Minh
Greece's Foreign Minister announced during his visit to Vietnam on Monday that the country will honor Communist Leader Ho Chi Minh by unveiling a statue in the north of the country. Nikos Dendias made the announcement while in the capital...
The Greek Fighter who Escaped the Nazis to Become a Vietnam Hero
Kostas Sarantidis, the Greek fighter who escaped from the Nazi labor camps to become a national hero in Vietnam, passed away on June 25
50 Years of US Navy History Will Be Scrapped for One Penny
The US Navy aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk — a ship that served from Vietnam through the second Iraq war — is heading for the scrapyard in May, with the ship having begun its final sea voyage in January. In the...
Countries That Failed to Repay the IMF
What will happen if the new leftist-led Greek government of Alexis Tsipras fails to make a 300-million-euro repayment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) this Friday? Without a new agreement it will not be possible for Greece to gather either the rest of...
Greek Olive Oil Exports Trapped in Vietnam
According to a document that was sent by the Greek Embassy in Hanoi, Vietnam, to the Hellenic Ministries of Foreign Affairs and of Rural Development and Food, with the subject Blocking of Greek olive oil import in Vietnam, Messenian-Greek...
Sarantidis: The Greek Who Fought in Vietnam
A documentary on the life of a Greek who fought with the Vietnamese resistance in the first Indochina war against the French has won first prize at the sixth Greek Documentary Festival held in Chalkida, Greece. Titled Viet Costas: Citizenship...