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Turkey Lifts State of Emergency Two Years After Coup Attempt

Turkey has ended the nationwide state of emergency that was imposed two years ago after a failed coup attempt. More than 120,000 people in the...

Rare Photos of Thessaloniki to be Featured in Berlin Exhibition

Thessaloniki, the alluring city of Northern Greece, will be featured in an exhibition at the Museum of European Culture in Berlin starting August 9. The...

Meet the Greek Stray Helping the Sick as a Therapy Dog (photos)

Meet Candy, the former Greek stray with a big heart who has a new career as a therapy dog. Candy had been wandering the streets...

Greek Singer Despina Vandi Captivates Turkish Audience (video)

Greek singer Despina Vandi roused the audience on Friday at a concert in Turkey’s northwestern province of Bursa. Video footage shows the crowd at the...

Young Cypriot Receives Prestigious Award from Queen Elizabeth

A young Cypriot who works to help disadvantaged people in the U.K., received the Queen’s Young Leaders Award at a ceremony held in Buckingham...

EU Leaders Reach Migration Deal (Full Text)

European Union leaders have reached an agreement on migration, in the early hours of Friday morning, after nearly 10 hours of talks at a...

Pope Francis Says Greece ‘Extremely Generous’ on Migrant Crisis

Pope Francis has congratulated Italy and Greece for their efforts in dealing with the migrant crisis that is sweeping Europe. “We have a wave of...

Greek Scientist Leads Pioneering Study on Aggression Control

A Greek scientist leading a group of researchers from the Karolinska Insitutet in Sweden has made a new discovery about the biological mechanism underlying...

Ancient Greek Artifacts Uncovered in Slovakia

Βronze pieces of a Greek warrior’s breastplate have been unearthed near an ancient Celtic fortified settlement in southern Slovakia. Regine Thomas of Cologne University digitized...

Greek Scientist Elected Fellow at UK’s Royal Society

Pioneering work by a Greek scientist on the nervous systems of mammals has seen him chosen by fellow researchers to join a prestigious British...