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At Least Three Dead as Van Plows into Crowd in Germany

A van has rammed into a crowd of people in the western German city of Muenster killing at least three people. The driver of...

Putin Extends Support to Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew spoke on the phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was visiting Ankara, and exchanged good wishes for Easter. The Russian president...

EU Parliament Members Slam Turkey, Call for Release of Greek Soldiers

Fifteen Greek MEPs are calling on the Turkish government to swiftly release two Greek soldiers held in Edirne after they accidentally crossed into the country's...

World Renowned Physicist Stephen Hawking Dies Aged 76

Stephen Hawking the theoretical physicist who made revolutionary contributions to our understanding of the nature of the universe has died at his home in...

Greece Expects 4 Million German Tourists in 2018

Greece is gaining in popularity among German tourists according to data released on the occasion of the International Tourism Fair (ITB) taking place in...

Dynamiting Threatens Ancient Castle in Turkey

A Turkish site where a 2,100-year-old statue from the same civilization as King Midas was once unearthed is now in danger of being dynamited...

Albania’s Chams Demand Apology from Greece (photos)

A few thousand Albanian Chams rallied on Saturday outside the Greek Embassy in Tirana demanding that Athens issues an apology for what they called...

German TV Mocks Greek Eurovision Selection (video)

Presenters of the Eurovision Song Contest show on German TV mocked the lack of competition in Greece in selecting its entry for the final...

Greek Teacher in the U.K. Among 10 Best in the World

Andria Zafirakou who teaches in an ethnically diverse school in northwest London has been shortlisted for the Varkey Foundation’s 2018 Global Teacher Prize. She is...

Greek Students Watch UK Review of High University Fees

In a move that could affect thousands of Greeks who study at universities in England, Prime Minister Theresa May promised on Monday to launch...