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France Blocks EU Accession Talks With North Macedonia, Albania

European Union ministers have failed to reach a consensus on whether they should open membership talks with Albania and North Macedonia amid stiff opposition...

Eliud Kipchoge Becomes First Human to Run the Marathon in Under Two Hours

World record holder Eliud Kipchoge made history on Saturday by becoming the first human being to run a marathon in under two hours. The Kenyan...

Banksy Sells Art Made by Refugees in Greece

The elusive artist called Banksy set up a shop in south London earlier this week, featuring among other items, welcome mats made by migrants...

Dozens Injured in Albania Earthquake

At least 37 people were injured on Saturday when a 5.6-magnitude earthquake struck Albania. The earthquake struck along Albania's central coast near the port city...

Greek Scientist Discovers Water Vapor on “Habitable” Exoplanet

A Greek astronomer based in the UK announced on Wednesday that his team has discovered an exoplanet capable of supporting Earth-like life. Angelos Tsiaras of...

Greek MEP Alexis Georgoulis Wants EU to Revitalize Museums

Alexis Georgoulis, a Greek member of the European Parliament, last week called on the European Union to re-examine its policy on the continent's cultural...

Erdogan Wants Turkey to Have Nuclear Weapons

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday was unacceptable for nuclear-armed states to forbid Ankara from obtaining its own nuclear weapons, but did not...

Costa-Gavras’ “Adults in the Room” Receives Mixed Reviews After Venice Premiere

Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis and his wife Danae Stratou walked on the red carpet of the Venice Film Festival on Saturday for...

Climate Change Blamed for Huge Spike in Wildfires in Europe

More than 1,600 wildfires have been recorded in the European Union so far this year — more than three times the average over the...

Skull Found at Ancient Greek City Shows Neurosurgery Performed 2,200 Years Ago

Archaeologists carrying out excavations in the ancient city of Euromus in Turkey's southern Mugla province found a skull with marks indicating that neurosurgery existed...