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Greek Collector Pays €20,000 for Titanic Cracker

A cracker that survived the sinking of the Titanic was sold for approximately 20,000 euros to a collector from Greece, according to a Daily...

Istanbul Christian Churches United After 1,700 Years

The five main Christian Churches of Istanbul came together for the first time in 1,700 years on account of the release of the book...

Over 600 Greeks Treated at Mental Health Clinic in Berlin

More than 600 Greek patients are being treated in the Humboldt Municipal Outpatient Mental Health Clinic in Berlin's Wittenau district. Three out of four of...

Greek Filmmaker Tsangari Wins BFI Film Award for “Chevalier”

Greek filmaker Athina Rachel Tsangari was this year's top prize winner at the BFI London Film Festival Awards Saturday for her film "Chevalier". Tsangari's film...

Turkey Says 3 Million More Refugees Could Flee from Syria

Turkey is warning the European Union that 3 million more refugees could flee war-torn Syria and cross to Europe adding to the already huge...

Greek School on Turkish Island to Reopen After 40 Years

A school for Greek children on the Turkish island of Gökçeada will open its doors again after forty years next week, a local official said...

1st Divine Liturgy Held for Victims of 1955 Pogroms Against Greek Orthodox Turks

A memorial Divine Liturgy was held at the Yeniköy Panayia Greek Orthodox Church in İstanbul on Sunday for the first time in Turkey to...

Albanian Gov’t to Erect Statue of Catholic Missionary in Place of Orthodox Church

The Albanian government said that a statue of Catholic missionary Nilo Catalano will be erected in place of the Saint Athanasios Orthodox church that...

Albanian Gov’t Tears Down Greek Orthodox Church

Himare, Albania, municipal authorities demolished the Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Athanasios in the early morning hours of Wednesday to the dismay of Orthodox Christian...

British Author Calls on EU Leaders to Learn from Socrates When Dealing with Greece

British author, historian and television broadcaster Bettany Hughes calls on European Union leaders to learn from Socrates when dealing with Greece and its economic...