Celts Imported Greek Pottery, Olive Oil, and Wine — 2,600 Years Ago

Hundreds of fragments from ninety-nine of the ceramic containers which have been excavated so far from the hillfort site of Vix-Mont Lassois in Burgundy...

Top European Scientists Urge Action Against Global Warming

Global warming due to climate change already has made a serious impact on people's health and the situation will worsen in the future, according...

Londoners Ready to Taste ”Baklava Wine” from The Clumsies Bar in Athens

The famous Athenian bar ''The Clumsies'' is ready to captivate Londoners this week by serving some of its most well-known drinks, among which is...

The Hellenic Initiative’s London Gala Raises Funds for Greece

A sold-out crowd of more than 400 international guests attended the Hellenic Initiative's (THI) Fourth Annual Gala, which was held last week at the...

Halki Summit III on Ecological Awareness to be Hosted By Ecumenical Patriarch

His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew will host the third Halki Summit from May 31st to June 4th, 2019 in Turkey, according to a press...

Calls and Text Messages Between EU States to Become Considerably Cheaper as of May...

Calls and text messages between European states are set to become considerably cheaper as of Wednesday, May 15. The decision to impose a ceiling on...

Stefanos Tsitsipas Advances to Madrid Open Semifinals

Greek tennis phenomenon Stefanos Tsitsipas defeated Germany’s Alexander Zverev, securing a position in the Madrid Open semifinals, in Spain on Friday evening. The 21-year-old Greek...

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew Leads This Year’s ”March of The Living”

The Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople and New Rome, Bartholomew I and Greece’s Speaker of the House Nikolaos Voutsis led this year's thirty-first ”March of...

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...

European Parliament Votes to Ban Single-Use Plastics in Europe

The European Parliament approved a new law on Wednesday which will ban single-use plastic items such as plates, cutlery and straws. As a result of...