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Tokyo Honors Nikos Kazantzakis

The Greece-Japan Center in cooperation with the International Society of Friends of Nikos Kazantzakis and the Japan-Greece Society have organized an event for May...

Troubled Orthodox Mission in Sierra Leone

The Greek Orthodox Mission in Sierra Leone is facing a serious barrier in its plan to offer education and the Greek Orthodox Christian religion...

Trifonas’ Bouzouki Show in Tel Aviv

Cypriot-born singer Trifonas Nikolaidis knows exactly what to do to bring life into the stage and make his audience sing and dance along to...

Homer’s Iliad Translated into South African

After 10 years of long hard work, retired South African university classics professor Richard Whitaker has finished his poetic translation of Homer's war epic...

Vandals Wrack Greek Orthodox Cemetery in Tripoli

Metropolitan Theofylaktos of Libya met an unsettling scene upon entering the Greek Orthodox Cemetery in Tripoli to conduct an annual memorial service in the...

Greek Deputy Foreign Minister Visits South Africa

Greek Deputy Foreign Minister Konstantinos Tsiaras completed his official visit to South Africa and commented upon returning to Athens that he received very positive...

President Papoulias Meets Cairo’s Greeks

Greek President Karolos Papoulias met with delegates of the Greek Egyptian community of Cairo during an official luncheon organized at the Greek Embassy premises...

Asia Minor Catastrophe Recalled in Uruguay

A commemorative event entitled Smyrna - Asia Minor, 90 Years of Memory, 1922-2012 was organized by the Greek Community of Uruguay paying tribute to...

Greek Official Dies in Tanzania After Attack

A Greek doctor who was working for the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tanzania died following an attack by unknown men who tried...

Greek Clothing Companies Eager to Expand in Israel

Greek clothing and knitting companies are keen to dress Israelis with more clothes “Made in Greece” and aim at increasing their share in clothing...