Students at Louvre and British Museum Urging for Return of Greek Antiquities [photos]

Two Greek students decided to show their Greek heritage by photographing themselves with Greek flags in front of artifacts from Greek antiquity at the...

Greek Doctors Make Breakthrough Discovery in Treating Leukemia

Greek doctors leading a team from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in the UK, outside Cambridge, have made an incredible breakthrough discovery in the...

Eating as if You Live in Greece Reduces Your Chances of Heart Attack, Cambridge...

Recent research into the impact of diet and cardiovascular disease conducted by the Medical Research Council (MRC) and Cambridge University in the UK revealed...

Ben Needham Case Update: New Search Finds Fabric of ‘Slight Interest’ on Kos [video]

It was 1991 when 21-month-old toddler Ben Needham vanished while playing outside during a family holiday on the Greek island of Kos. Now, following new...

Four Greek Artists Exhibit at London Gallery

Four Greek artists will exhibit their work at the Belgravia gallery in Mayfair in London, a place that has hosted other Greek artists in...

Yerassimos Sklavos’ Sculptures to Auction at Bonhams Greek Art Sale in London

Two sculptures by Yerassimos Sklavos will be on auction at the Bonhams Greek Art sale in London on November 16. The two sculptures up for...

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...

11th Annual Greek Roadshow in London: 17 Greek Businesses Meet Foreign Funds

The 11th Annual Greek Roadshow, organized by the Athens Stock Exchange, is taking place in London with 27 of the largest Greek companies attending...

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...