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Greece Attempts To Soothe Investors Concerns at Annual London Roadshow

The Greek government is looking for more investment funds to implement the national development strategy, Economy and Development Minister Dimitris Papadimitriou said at the...

Ancient Greek Fortress Unearthed in Southern Russia

Archeologists have unearthed a fortress in Russia’s Krasnodar Region, which was supposedly founded by Greek colonists in the fifth century BC, head of the...

Turkey Recalls Civilian Pilots for its Air Force

An emergency decree published late last month in Turkey, announced that scores of former fighter jet pilots who are now working in civilian aviation, face...

London Tube Explosion Leaves Commuters with Facial Burns

An explosion on a London Underground train has left commuters with "facial burns" after a "fireball flew down a carriage". Emergency services are at the...

EU Chief Jean-Claude Juncker Rules Out Turkey Membership

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, says Turkey is distancing itself from the European Union and will not become a member of the bloc in...

Ancient Hellenistic Towers in Antalya Being Restored

Conservation, restoration and integration works have been initiated for the Hellenistic towers in the ancient city of Perge (or Perga),  in the southern province...

Czech Man Appears in Lidl Shop with Large Greek Cross

A man dressed in clerical vestments holding a large Greek Orthodox cross in his hands was shopping in the local Lidl supermarket on Monday...

Huge Wildfire Threatens Greek Villages in Southern Albania (video)

At least 10 Greek villages in southern Albania are under threat of a blaze that has enveloped the area since Wednesday. Greek firefighting planes have...

A 2000-Year-Old Road was Discovered in Western Turkey

A 55-kilometer section of a road that was built 2,000 years ago has been discovered in ongoing excavations of the ancient city of Aigai,...

Meet the Greek Archaeologist Chasing Looted Antiquities but Shunned by Greece

Christos Tsirogiannis, a Greek forensic archaeologist who had discovered and reported numerous cases of looted ancient artefacts in Greece and abroad, speaks of his...