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As images of the newly discovered ancient Greek tomb in Amphipolis are making their appearance across the world, British newspaper The Guardian brings up the burning...

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According to representatives of tourism associations in Bodrum, Turkey, the prices in local restaurants or cafés have reached such high levels that tourists often have to...

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Members of the Greek Orthodox Community in Smyrna had a unique and memorable experience on Sunday, when they attended the first Divine Liturgy that has taken...

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Most hospitals in Germany are staffed with foreign doctors, particularly Greeks, because there are not enough German doctors to meet the needs of the population, as...

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Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew visited Sumela Monastery in Turkey for the fifth consecutive year and officiated the Divine Liturgy held in the historic monastery. Hundreds of worshipers...

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The economy in Europe's 18-nation eurozone has stalled. After a year of weak growth, the European Union said Thursday the economic fortunes of the countries...

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When the economic crisis hit Greece, thousands of Greeks were forced to migrate to Germany looking for a better future. However, it appears that...

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The Philhellenic Society of Italy is organizing the first "Greek Week" from September 8 to 14, in Marina di Ascea, addressed to those who...

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A coalition of activists said on Tuesday they would send a flotilla of ships to break Israel's siege of Gaza by the end of...

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Greece has become a pole of attraction not only for tourists who want to enjoy the beautiful beaches and picturesque Greek islands but also...

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Constantin Zopounidis, Financial Management professor at the Technical University of Crete, was admitted to the Royal Academy of Doctors (former Council of Elders) in Barcelona,...

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The Greek Orthodox Sumela Monastery has almost completed its preparations for the Divine Liturgy of August 15, the feast day of the Assumption of the...