New Zealand Killer’s Reference to Hagia Sofia Angers President Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayipp Erdogan responded angrily on Friday to the so-called manifesto of the New Zealand killer, which contained hateful anti-Islamic language. The pages-long...

Turkey to Turn Historic Orthodox Church Into a Mosque; Is Hagia Sophia Next?

Turkey's Council of State, the country's highest administrative court, has recently approved changing the historic Chora Greek Orthodox Church located in Istanbul, currently a...

Turkey Wants to Use S-400 Missiles to ”Shield the Aegean”

Turkey will reportedly use the Russian-made S-400 missiles, which it intends to purchase from Moscow, to ''shield the Aegean'' from the Greek Air Force. This...

Angelos Tsiaras: The Greek Astronomer Hunting for Habitable Planets

K2 18b is the only exoplanet beyond our solar system known to have water vapor and temperatures that may be able to support life. This...

‘Black Retsina’ Drink Triumphs In European Markets

Who could ever imagine that an idea for a new drink among a group of friends in Crete would become famous enough to enter...

Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris Lies in Ruins after Massive Fire (video)

A major fire engulfed the medieval cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris, one of France's most iconic and well-known landmarks, on Monday evening. The 850-year-old Gothic building's spire...

The Coronavirus Will Change the Way We Fly — Perhaps Forever

Taking a casual look to see if there are any cheap flights for this summer, one grasps immediately that there are no flights whatsoever...

Ursula von der Leyen: First Woman Nominated to Lead the EU

German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen is nominated to replace Jean-Claude Juncker as head of the European Commission. Ursula von der Leyen will be...

Thousands Honor Greek Victims of the Holocaust in ”March of The Living”

The 31st ''March of the Living'' taking place in Poland on Thursday, honors the thousands of Greek citizens who died in Nazi Germany's concentration...

Greek Term ‘Toxic’ is Oxford’s Word of the Year for 2018 (video)

With its roots in the Ancient Greek word “toxikon,” the English word “toxic” has been crowned as the word of year in 2018 by...