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Mass Shooting in Germany Leaves at Least Nine Dead

A gunman opened fire on two shisha bars in the western German city of Hanau, killing at least eight people and injuring several others,...

Britain Rejects Returning Parthenon Marbles in EU Trade Deal

The British government ruled out any discussion of the return of the Parthenon Sculptures to Greece as part of its deal with European Union...

First Coronavirus Death Confirmed in Europe

France confirmed on Saturday that a Chinese tourist has died after contracting the new coronavirus. This is the first fatality from the disease outside...

Hundreds of Students Celebrate Greek Language and Culture in Italy

Hundreds of students from Italy and Greece participated in the five-day-long celebration of the Greek language which took place in Naples this week. Prominent lecturers...
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Greek Students Sing for Return of Parthenon Marbles at British Museum

A group of students from a Cretan high school showed their defiance at Britain's refusal to return the Parthenon Marbles to Greece by singing...

International Greek Language Day to be Celebrated in Italy

The Greek community of Naples and Campania in Italy is organizing a week-long celebration of the Greek language to honor International Greek Language Day...

EU to Force Apple to Adopt a Universal Phone Charger

EU lawmakers last week overwhelmingly called for rules to establish a common charger for all mobile devices, effectively forcing Apple to ditch its Lightning...

Part of Sir Isaac Newton’s Manuscripts Were Written in Greek

The notebooks in which Isaac Newton worked out the theories on which much of classical science is based were partly written in Greek, proving...

New Guidelines May Force the British Museum to Return the Parthenon Marbles

New hopes emerged last week that the Parthenon Marbles could eventually be returned to their rightful home after the British authorities ordered the country's...

President Erdogan Says Turkey Will Send Troops to Libya

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on Thursday that the government will submit a parliamentary motion to send troops to Libya in early January,...