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Designer Mary Katrantzou’s Latest Collection Gives Ancient Greece a Modern Twist

London-based Greek designer Mary Katrantzou is using a modern twist on her Greek roots and ancient Minoan civilization to inspire her latest collection for...

Possible New Lead in Ben Needham Case: He May Have Been Crushed by JCB

Its been 25 years since the 21-month-old toddler Ben Needham went missing on the Greek island of Kos. Since July 24, 1991 the family of...

Participate in UK Study Researching Hippocrates’ Theory Connecting Pain and Weather

A recent ongoing study in the UK reviews a theory that the Greek physician Hippocrates first explored more than 2,500 years ago; how pain...

The Biggest Greek Salad in the World in Red Square

At a sprawling exhibit in Red Square in Moscow you will find something quite unusual and unexpected - the world's biggest Greek salad! The world-famous...

Moscow: Air Force and Navy Play and Dance Syrtaki at International Festival of Military...

On Saturday in Moscow the International Festival of Military Music, Spasskaya, was a great success with spectators enjoying 22 military bands from 12 different countries performing...

The Attica Zoological Park Receives Four Dolphins from Finland

Four bottlenose dolphins were transferred to their new home at the Attica Zoological Park in Greece during what was described as a "covert operation"...

Ancient Greek Myth Inspired Winning Play of James Tait Black Prize

The winner of the 2016 James Tait Black Prize for Drama went to the play Iphigenia in Splott, written by Gary Owen, who said...

Ancient Mosaic of the Greek God Poseidon Unearthed in Central Turkey

On Saturday in the Yumurtalık district of central Adana province in Turkey, a mosaic depicting the Greek God Poseidon was discovered, according to the...

Ancient Greek Fortress Over 2,000-years-old Discovered in Crimea

A joint excavation on the part of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute of Archaeology and researchers of the East Crimean Museum Preserve have...

Czech Police Aid FYROM in Keeping Migrants from Crossing Greece-FYROM Border

On Monday forty Czech police officers left to help Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) protect its border with Greece, Petr Petik, deputy police...