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Uzupis: The Lilliputian European State Founded on Aristotle’s Principles

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, can be said to boast a neighborhood like few others: one that became an... independent state, based on Aristotle's...

At Least 2 Migrants Dead as Boat Sailing Towards Greece Sinks Off Turkey (video)

At least two people have drowned and several others are missing after a boat carrying around 30 migrants sank near Bodrum, off the western...

Ukraine Gives Iconic Saint Andrew Church To Ecumenical Patriarchate (video)

Following the decision made by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople to grant independence (autocephaly) to the Ukrainian Church, ending centuries of Moscow's ecclesiastical authority...

Meet The Greek Who Came First In Belgium’s Local Elections

Christos Doulkeridis is a 40-years-old politician who lives in the capital of Belgium, Brussels. Doulkeridis, the son of two Greek-Pontian migrants in Belgium, was the...

Orthodox Schism As Russian Church ‘Breaks All Ties’ With Constantinople Over Ukraine

In the largest schism in Orthodox Christianity for over a century, the Russian Orthodox Church has cut all ties with the Constantinople Patriarchate over...

At Least 22 Migrants Dead in Turkey’s Izmir (video)

According to information from the Turkish News Agency Anadolu, at least 22 migrants, including children, died on Sunday and 11 more were seriously injured after...

Albania: Funeral Service Held For Soldiers of Greek-Italian War

Albania's village of Digoti was the place where a funeral service was held on Friday for the 573 Greek soldiers whose remains were found...

The Ecumenical Patriarchate Grants Independence To The Ukrainian Church

The issue of independence of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine has been agonizing Orthodox Christianity the last few years. With Moscow strongly against it, and...

FYROM’s Zaev ‘Has Already Found The Votes’, Serbian State TV Says

According to a report of the First Channel on the Serbian State television, the Prime Minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM),...

Archaeologists Find Ancient Greek Family’s Grave in Northwest Turkey (Photos)

  The archaeological site of Assos is located in the north-western part of Turkey in the famous area of Troad, in the province of modern-day...