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Thomas Cook Wins £3.5 Million After Children’s Death in Corfu

Travel agency Thomas Cook won £3.5 million in compensation for loss of profits and other expenses after the tragic deaths of two British children in...

Yorgos Lanthimos’ New Film ‘The Lobster’ Presented at Cannes Festival

The new film of Oscar-nominated Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos, "The Lobster", was screened at the 68th Cannes Film Festival in May 15. The movie is the...

Germans Choose Greece For Their Holidays

The charm of Greece’s magnificent landscapes, embellished with golden beaches stretching along over many kilometers, azure skies, crystal clear waters and picturesque islands, drew around 2.5 million...

Greece’s St. Catherine’s British School Excels in ECB Competition

Athens' St. Catherine’s British Embassy School stood out at the "Generation €uro Students' Awards," a competition open to all secondary school students aged between 16 and...

Greek Orthodox Church Reopens After World War I

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople, Greek consul general for İzmir Theodore Tsakiris and Menemen mayor Tahir Şahin were among the major attendees during Sunday's...

Manolis Glezos: ‘Let’s Tackle This Battle Together’

Greek left wing politician and writer Manolis Glezos, widely known for climbing up to the Acropolis in May 1941 tearing down the Nazi occupiers’ swastika...

Italian Police Creates Picture of Child Jesus

Italian police investigators created a picture depicting the face of the world’s most famous religious figure as a child with the use of modern-day computer forensics. The launch...

The Ideal of Ancient Greek Beauty At British Museum

The British Museum’s new blockbuster show, entitled "Defining beauty: the body in ancient Greek art," includes a variety of breathtaking in accuracy and realism works...

Apotheosis Of The Hellenistic Art In Italy And the U.S.

An exhibition of 50 Greek bronze sculptures, dating back to the period between the fourth century B.C. and the first century A.D., will hold an...

Greek Artistic Awesomeness Set Free in Istanbul

The historic "Sismanoglio Megaro" cultural center of the General Consulate of Greece in Istanbul is currently presenting, through Sunday, March 29, a new art exhibition dedicated to the...