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Scores of Russian Soldiers Killed by Missile Strike in Occupied Ukraine

Ukraine says it killed around four hundred Russian soldiers in a missile attack in the occupied Donetsk region just after midnight on New Year's Day. Russia has said that sixty-three of its troops were killed. The missile targeted a building...

Putin Says Russia Is Ready to Negotiate, but Ukraine Refuses

Russia is ready to negotiate over Ukraine but Kyiv and its Western backers had refused to engage in talks, President Putin told an interview.

Russia Intensifies Bombing as Ukraine Braces for New Offensive

Russia fired 76 missiles and carried out drone attacks across Ukraine on Friday, officials said, striking the capital Kyiv and other cities as Kyiv says Putin is preparing a major offensive in the new year. Power was completely down in...

War May Not Be an Essential Part of Human Nature

Whether or not war is part of human nature has been debated throughout history. Of course, there is ample evidence of killings in archaeology, but individual homicide is not actual, full-blown war, in which organized peoples take up arms...

Greek-led Naval Force Seizes Weapon Cache on Way to Libya

Greek-led Operation IRINI proceeded with the seizure of the commercial vessel MV Meerdijk on October 11. According to an announcement made on Wednesday, the ship was carrying armored vehicles to Libya, a violation of the arms embargo on Libya...

Ancient Greek Military Strategies Still Used Today

Ancient Greece is often lauded for its contributions to philosophy, politics, and culture. However, its citizens were also innovators of military theory and practice. For modern militaries and military thinkers, their history is thus replete with valuable case studies on...

Greeks More Hesitant About Sanctioning Russia Than Other Europeans

Greeks, along with Hungarians and Italians, are less supportive of sanctioning Russia than other nationals of the EU member states and European countries, a YouGov Cambridge survey has shown. Since President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine, the West has responded...

Vassilios Tsavaliaris, the First Victim of the Greco-Italian War

It was a few minutes after 5:00 AM on October 28, 1940. The Italian military forces were ordered to launch their first attack in the Greco-Italian War at the Greek-Albanian border in the Pindos Mountains. Vassilios Tsiavaliaris, a 28-year-old Greek...

Greece – Turkey Conflicts in Modern History

Greece and Turkey have been engaged in several conflicts in recent history due to their complex and mostly hostile relationship. Since the establishment of the modern Greek state in the 19th century, the neighbouring countries have fought on two occasions....

Ancient Greeks Used Mercenaries from Distant Lands, DNA Analysis Reveals

A new DNA analysis published by the National Academy of Sciences revealed that ancient Greeks did not fight all their battles alone. Instead, they were assisted by mercenaries from lands as far as the Caucasus mountains and central Asia. This...