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Eight Greek Swimmers Challenged by Difficult 45-km Sea Crossing

Smiles and enthusiasm define the eight young swimmers who are members of the group Pastra Cretonaxiosa. Their goal is to swim across the English...

The Greek Wine Festival in London will Showcase 130 Wines

The second London Greek Wine Festival is to be held on October 8-9 showcasing 130 wines from various producers. The festival will take place at...

Digital Map Traces Turkey’s Minorities’ Cultural Heritage

"Türkiye Kültürel Varlıkları Haritası" (Turkey's Map of Cultural Heritages) is a new digital platform that brings together Armenian, Greek, Jewish and Syriac cultural heritages,...

Strong Earthquake Hits Central Italy

A strong earthquake shook central Italy early Wednesday causing extensive damage to areas near the epicenter and killing at least 120 people. The U.S. Geological...

Ancient Greek Myth Inspired Winning Play of James Tait Black Prize

The winner of the 2016 James Tait Black Prize for Drama went to the play Iphigenia in Splott, written by Gary Owen, who said...

Giant Greek Salad for Guinness Record to be Prepared at Moscow’s Red Square

The world's biggest Greek salad aiming to break the Guinness record is to be prepared at Moscow's Red Square on September 4 at the...

Ancient Mosaic of the Greek God Poseidon Unearthed in Central Turkey

On Saturday in the Yumurtalık district of central Adana province in Turkey, a mosaic depicting the Greek God Poseidon was discovered, according to the...

Ancient Greek Fortress Over 2,000-years-old Discovered in Crimea

A joint excavation on the part of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute of Archaeology and researchers of the East Crimean Museum Preserve have...

Greek National Arrested in Turkey for Carrying Drugs

A 31 year-old Greek national from the island of Rhodes was arrested in Turkey for transporting 50kg of heroin from the neighboring country to...

University of Copenhagen Stops Modern Greek Studies Program after 50 Years

The University of Copenhagen administration has decided to stop the Modern Greek Studies program for graduates and undergraduates after almost 50 years in the...