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Greek Archaeologist Discovers Ancient Buildings in Alexandria, Egypt

Greek archaeologist Kalliopi Papakostas has discovered ancient buildings and a bridge in the Shalallat Gardens area in Alexandria, Egypt. According to the Athens Macedonia News...

ISIS Attack on Mount Sinai Holy Monastery Leaves 1 Dead, 4 Injured

An Islamic State attack on the police outpost of the Hagia Aikaterini Holy Monastery on Mount Sinai left one dead and four injured on...

Greek PM in Jerusalem for the Completion of the Tomb of Jesus Restoration Works

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is in Jerusalem for the completion of the restoration of the tomb of Jesus, which is ready to receive...

Metro Station in Chile Made Like Museum of Greek Civilization

The 'Grecia' metro station in Santiago, Chile could easily be called a small museum of Greek civilization where passengers can admire the exhibits. The underground...

Greek Police Arrive in Rio to be Briefed on Ambassador’s Murder

A Greek mission including two officers of the Homicide Division of Greek police and the head of Interpol's office in Athens have arrived in...

Brazilian Police Arrest Wife of Dead Greek Ambassador on Murder Charges

Brazilian authorities arrested the wife of Greece's Ambassador to Brazil and three other men for the murder of the diplomat, who was found burnt...

Ambassador of Greece to Brazil Suspected Dead

A body discovered inside a charred vehicle in the outskirts of Rio De Janeiro is suspected to be the 59-year-old missing Ambassador of Greece...

Alexander the Great Monument in Pakistan

It is about a two and a half hour drive from Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. The closest town is called Jalalpur Sharif, in the Jhelum...

A Town Called Salamina in the Mountains of Colombia

A town named Salamina is to be found in the mountains of Colombia, having taken its name from the sea battle of Salamina in...

Ancient Coins Bearing Byzantine Emperor Constantine the First Found in Japan

Ancient coins minted during the era of the first Byzantine Empire were found in the excavations of ancient castle ruins in Okinawa, Japan. According to...