Jean-Luc Godard: An Honest Man and a Philhellene

By Eva Angelinos Jean-Luc Godard, one of the greatest living directors and one of the founders of the French cinematic movement called Nouvelle Vague or,...

Formula 1 drivers in the “race” for Parthenon Marbles return

The drivers of this year’s Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix race, also known as the Natiole Piloti and headed by the Michail Schumacher will...

US Artist Cy Twombly Creates «Greek Ceiling» For Louvre

The Louvre's ceilings already abound with decorative paintings: There are plenty of frolicking maidens, epic battles and racing chariots, not to mention cherubs holding...

Europe will stand by Greece, says Sarkozy

A meeting between Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou and French President Nicolas Sarkozy in Paris on Sunday ended with the French president's pledge for...

Video: Greek – Cypriot Cruise Ship Hit By Wave

As we reported yesterday, two people were killed and six injured when a 26-foot “rogue wave” struck the Maltese-flagged, Greek Cypriot-owned Louis Majesty cruise...

Huge waves kills two on Cypriot cruise ship

Greek and Cypriot officials say 8-metre waves have crashed into a cruise ship with nearly 2,000 people on board off France, smashing glass windshields...

Nana Mouskouri offers her pension to help end debt crisis

Greek diva Nana Mouskouri has offered to donate the pension she gets as a former member of the European parliament as part of a...

Trikala Priest’s great social work in Bordeaux France

Trikala born Father Theodoros Papanikolaou has spent his life to serve the Greeks in the region of Bordeaux, France and to strengthen and support...

Paris: Greek Philosopher Axelos dies

Greek philosopher Kostas Axelos died in the early hours of Thursday in Paris at the age of 85. Born in Athens in...

Divers battle to rescue cavers (one Greek) trapped in France

Specialist divers battled Saturday to rescue three cavers trapped for four days deep underground in the Pyrenees mountains of southwest France. The cavers, two French...