The two kidnapped Orthodox bishops are still being held, according to sources that spoke to Al Jazeera, denying earlier reports that they had been released, and prompting calls by the international Christian community for their freedom. ” All we know is that they are still alive,” said Patriarch John X (Yazigi) of Antioch and All The [...]
About Anastasios PapapostolouAnastasios is the founder of Greek Reporter. If you are curious you can visit his personal website at Anastasios.tv.
A ceremony at the Greek embassy in Tel-Aviv on Tuesday witnessed a naturalisation ceremony for six Holocaust survivors who were born and raised in Greece up until WWII. In brief remarks after an emotional oath-taking ceremony, Greek ambassador to Israel Kyriakos Loukakis expressed his satisfaction over the adoption and implementation of recent legislation reinstating citizenship [...]
The Hellenic Semiconductor Industry Association, under the initiative, Σynergies, Connecting Changemakers, organized a business delegation of hi-tech companies to visit Tokyo from Oct. 1-5. The business delegation hosted exhibits at the CEATEC 2012 event. Prominent Greek companies from the Semiconductor, EDA, Internet and Telecom Industries, had the chance to show off their technologies/products & services [...]
There are about 150 Greeks in Colombia today, but each one of them has an interesting story to tell, either of love, or entrepreneurship. Some of them have both as in the case of Mr. Dimosthenis Despoiniadis who went to Colombia following his Colombian wife but stayed in the country even after they parted ways [...]
Constantine Galanis is the CEO of Apollo S.A., one of the largest chemical manufacturers of Mexico. We met him in Mexico City and he talked to us about his career, his life in Mexico, and how Greece can learn from the Mexican financial crisis of 1994. Constantine Galanis migrated from Patras, Greece, to the USA [...]
An attack by the Taliban interrupted Easter celebrations for the Greek troops stationed in Afghanistan. On April 15, a group of heavily armed men attacked the Greek base in Afghanistan while Greek troops were celebrating Orthodox Easter. The troops responded with small arms, heavy-caliber machine guns and grenades while supported by NATO Helicopters. On Sunday morning, the Afghan [...]
By Fay Savvaidis A wonderful party on a beautiful spring day was carried out on Easter, April 15, 2012, in the heart of Tokyo at ROTI restaurant. There was a turn out of 120 participants, about 40 Greeks and 80 Japanese, enjoying Greek food -including lamb, red eggs and tsoureki – live music and dancing. [...]
The University of the Cloister of Sor Juana (Universidad de Claustro de Sor Juana) celebrated its foundation on the 28th of March with a Greek themed event that had it all, from Homer and the Ancients to Zorba dancing and Papazoglou songs.
There is not a huge Greek community in Mexico City, but the 1,500 proud Greek-Mexicans that live in this city keep their traditions and customs alive. On March 25th, the Greek community of Mexico organized a Greek Independence Day celebration. The event took place on the grounds of the Greek Community of Mexico in Mexico [...]
For over 27 days an independent crew discreetly shot a feature film set in a sex shop in the alleyways of Beijing. Photographers captured the crew’s trials and success, the fun and the zaniness, as well as the sheer work that went into making China’s first sex shop comedy. The film’s director is a fellow [...]
- 05 / 19 Explosion Near Greek Embassy in Libya
- 05 / 14 Greek Business Activity Grows In China
- 05 / 14 Syraka’s NOUR in Egypt
- 05 / 14 Zimbabwe’s Kefalos Wins Dairy Awards
- 05 / 12 Radical Islamists Behind Bishops’ Kidnapping?
- 08 / 25 Historic Church of St. George in Tripoli Ransacked August 25, 2011
- 08 / 19 Greek Queen Arsinoe on an Israeli Coin August 19, 2010
- 03 / 24 Air China to begin Greek flights in May March 24, 2011
- 08 / 23 Greek Orthodox Mission Sets an Example in India August 23, 2009
- 08 / 23 A Greek Taverna in Tokyo August 23, 2009