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Why Turkey’s Historic Churches Are Being Turned Into Mosques

The Christian churches in Turkey that have been turned into mosques is the subject of an interesting report in the Assyrian International News Agency. As...

Varoufakis: Britain Should Stay in the EU to Stem Germany’s Advance

Britain should stay in the European Union because a Brexit would destroy the continent's unity and Germany will be the new ruler of Europe,...

Greece Offers Incentives to Russian Tourists

"We will do everything to ensure timely visa issuance (for Russian citizens) by adding personnel and certainly by speeding up procedures," said Greek government...

Greek Scientist Identifies Parkinson’s Disease Causes

A Greek scientist has identified how the human organism develops Parkinson’s disease and her research can aid in the search for potential treatments, a...

Terrorist Attacks Blast Brussels Airport, Metro Stations Leaving Several Dead [video]

Two explosions tore through the departure hall of Zaventem Brussels airport and another explosion that went off at a metro station on Tuesday morning...

Pope Francis Calls on Faithful to Not Turn Back on Refugees

Addressing the faithful on Palm Sunday, Pope Francis criticized those who he said are washing their hands of the fate of desperate refugees, according...

Bulgarian Civilian Turns Border Patrolman; Arrests Refugees

A Bulgarian man who lives close to the Turkish border has been patrolling the area on his spare time in order to stop migrants...

Austrian Ex-Pats Living in Greece Send Protest Letter to Government in Vienna

Austrians living and working in Greece sent an open letter of protest to the government in Vienna, asking for a more responsible stance on...

Old Byzantine Church Found in Underground City in Turkey

A 1,500-year-old underground Byzantine church has been discovered in Turkey with unseen before frescoes depicting Jesus. The church was found in the world's largest known...

Hellas Filmbox Berlin Ends with Great Success

Hundreds of film lovers, Greek directors and journalists flooded the historic Babylon cinema in east Berlin for the four-day Hellas Filmbox Berlin film festival...