Belarus’ “Hijacking” of Athens to Vilnius Flight Sparks International Outrage
The sudden diversion of an Athens to Vilnius flight by Belarus on Sunday has been described as "state hijacking" and sparked global outrage.
Uzupis: The Lilliputian European State Founded on Aristotelian Principles
Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, can be said to boast of a neighborhood like no other: one that became an independent state, based on Aristotle's principles. Meaning "beyond the river" or "the other side of the river" in the Lithuanian...
Greece’s Cost of Syria Intervention
Greek diplomacy is still holding a wait-and-see attitude toward Washington’s stance on Syria. That is why the Foreign Ministry is not willing to take the risk of making a prediction of the development of the Syrian crisis. So far, the...
Christodoulopoulos Scores at Vilnius for the Greeks' 1-0 Win (video)
Lazaros Christodoulopoulos headed the only goal as Greece secured a well-deserved 1-0 victory over Lithuania on Friday in A World Cup qualifier which kept them in touch with Group G leaders Bosnia-Herzegovina. Playing on an artificial pitch at Vilnius, Greece...