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Greek Yogurt Conquers India with Epigamia (video)

In India, the words ‘Greek yogurt’ are most often associated with Epigamia, the first Greek yogurt in India. Manufactured and distributed by its parent brand...

The Best Restaurant in Singapore is Greek

Recently opened Greek restaurant in Singapore, BAKALAKI Greek Taverna, is No 1 TripAdvisor restaurant in all of Singapore. Owned and run by Greeks, Singaporeans and...

Protests Against Jerusalem Patriarch Over Land Sales Intensify

Protests against Patriarch Theophilos III of Jerusalem have grown in recent months following the discovery of documents stating that the church sold properties it...

Greek Shipping Seminar Held in Singapore

On the 18th September, the Hellenic Business Network Association, (HBNA) Singapore, organized a briefing seminar titled ‘Greeks In Shipping: Perspectives and Opportunities in Asia’. Bringing...

Lost City of Alexander the Great is Found in Iraq

"Archaeologists say they have found a lost city that was founded more than two millennia ago following the conquests of Alexander the Great in...

Mexico City Earthquake Witness: “Greek Diaspora of Mexico Safe” (video)

At least 200 people died in Mexico City and in the states of Puebla, Mexico and Morelos, after Tuesday's powerful earthquake, officials said. Many...

Palestinian Christians Demonstrate Against Greek Orthodox Patriarch

Palestinian Christians have protested against the Greek Orthodox patriarch of the Holy Land, demanding the resignation of Theophilos III for allegedly selling church land...

Greek Man Charged with Kidney Trafficking in Costa Rica

A Greek man is to be tried in Costa Rica as member of a criminal ring that was buying kidneys from poor people and...

Flashback to the life of Bartolomé Mitre, the Greek President of Argentina

Few people know that the first president of the Argentine Republic was of Greek descent. Bartolomé Mitre Martínez was born on 26 June 1821...

Babylonian Trigonometry Tablet Precedes Pythagoras by 1,000 Years

A Babylonian clay trigonometry tablet and a reed pen precedes the Pythagorean Theorem by at least 1,000 years and is accurate today, according to...