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The Cycle of Insanity and Bloodshed

  For a brief moment the Christmas spirit brings out the best in humanity but also reminds us of a growing inequality swept under the carpet. Festive family gatherings represent one side of the story but there is another side...

Play About the Peloponnesian War to Be Presented in Aishylia Festival

Elefsina celebrates culture and art hosting for the 42nd year in a row the Aishylia Festival. This year the festival takes place from June 29 to November 15. Aishylia Festival 2016 features a rich program, aiming to place culture...

Clashes Between Activists and Tour Guides in Acropolis

Clashes occurred on Tuesday morning on the sacred rock of the Acropolis in Athens, Greece, between tour guides and activists protesting against the war in Gaza. The activists hung a banner which read: "Stop Israel Crime at Gaza". According to reports, tour...

Greece Offers Humanitarian Aid to Gaza Strip

On Thursday, Greece announced the disbursement of 500,000 euros (669,000 U.S. dollars) to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) to deal with the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza Strip after the ceasefire. Debt-laden Greece also expressed via UNRWA and...

Greece Sends Frigate Salamis to Libya; Greek Embassy in Tripoli Closed [UPDATE]

Greece has closed its embassy in Libya and is withdrawing its diplomatic mission from Tripoli as militia and Libyan troops are fighting for the city's control. In an operation spearheaded by the Greek Navy, frigate Salamis left Greece on Wednesday with the...

Greek Woman Helpless in Gaza: "I Pray to God to Protect my Children"

Angeliki is a Greek woman living in Gaza with her five children and her Palestinian husband, whom she met when he was studying in Greece. They fell in love and she moved with him in his country of origin....

Brave Greek Photographer Talks About War

  The Greek photographer Yannis Behrakis is one of the most significant war photographers in the world. He has been in the midst of many battle fields and has been exposed to danger several times. Behrakis spoke of his experience from...

Refugee Tells Her Story on Women's Day

On the occasion of Women's Day, a refugee from Syria narrates the story of her difficult life. She was forced to leave her homeland to live a better life in Greece. Everything she experienced in Greece made ​​her prefer...

Research Shows Minoans’ Martial Side

The Minoan civilization was a Bronze Age civilization that arose on the island of Crete and flourished from approximately the 27th century BC to the 15th century BC. It was rediscovered at the beginning of the 20th century through the work of the British archaeologist Arthur Evans...