Church of St. Paul Discovered in Turkey?

One of the greatest pilgrimage sites for Christians could possibly be in Karaman, Central Turkey. Turkish archeologists are researching if the ancient city of...

Lakis Vigas Remains Representative of Minorities in Turkey

After the Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey Bülent Arınç, reassured that the drafting of a new electoral rule concerning the minority institutions is his...

London’s Life Goddess’ Greek Mission

Living in Central London for many Greeks can feel quite far away from their beautiful country. But it’s good to know that despite being...

Greek Minority Political Party Authorized in Serbia

A political party founded by members of the Greek minority in Serbia was registered in the list of political parties of the Ministry of...

Imvros Greek School Opens Without Greek

The private Greek School on the island of  Imvros, which now belongs to Turkey, will reopen on Sept. 16, after 49 years, although with...

Greek School Prevented from Opening in Imbros

Turkish Education Ministry prevented the opening of Imbros' Greek school on the grounds that the building was not "ready to operate" in the upcoming school year, started...

Intercultural Association Macedonia Cuts Vasilopita

The customary cutting of the Vasilopita (Greek New Year’s Cake) was celebrated in an event of the Intercultural Association Macedonia in Vienna. The Secretary...

Greek-Russian Astronaut Ready for Take Off

Many Greeks around the world will never forget the moment when Yurchikhin, the first cosmonaut of Greek descent, brought on 8 January 2003 to...

Greek Flag on Sale Outside Utrecht Theater

A Greek flag seven meters long with the sale stamp on it, indicating Greece is sold out, was considered good advertising for the Dutch...

Humanitarian Help from Greek, Norwegian and Swedish Activists

A coalition of activists said on Tuesday they would send a flotilla of ships to break Israel's siege of Gaza by the end of...