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Cuba Welcomes Greek Cinema Festival after 4 Years

El Greco  A Greek cinema festival is to take place in Havana, and is being organized by Greece's Ambassador to Cuba Stella Bezirtzoglou, according to...

Greek Investors to Construct Ship-Building Plant in Niger-Delta

Ιnvestors from Greece will set up a ship-building plant in Nigeria's Niger Delta, said Edobor Iyamu, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Niger...

Greek Women Conquer Highest Summit of Oceania

Two Greek women managed to climb the highest summit of Oceania as part of the Seven Summits Challenge. Vanessa Archontidou and Christina Flambouri managed to...

Archbishop Wants Athens to Support Struggling Greek Schools in Egypt

Archbishop Damianos of Sinai, Faran, and Raithu has sent a letter to Greece's Education Minister Kostas Gavroglou asking him to protect Greek schools in Egypt...

Greek Cyclist Georgios Bouglas Kicks off 2018 Tour of Qinghai Lake with Opening Stage...

Greek cyclist Georgios Bouglas picked up his first 2.HC stage victory in bunch sprint final over Turkish Torku Tandem in Xining, China, according to...

Mask with Ancient Greek-Style Elements Discovered in Egypt

A silver face mask gilded with gold, a mummification workshop, mummies and sarcophagi have been discovered at a tomb complex in Saqqara, Egypt, an...

South African Golfer Peter Karmis Chooses to Play for Greece

Professional golfer Peter Karmis decided to play under the Greek flag from now on and to no longer represent South Africa in international tournaments. According...

Uruguay: The Little South American Country with Many Philhellenes

Statue of Socrates in front of National Library One can say that Uruguay is a country of philhellenes, as out of the 3,500,000 million people...

Alexandria’s Greek Graves Form a Moving Monument to the Diaspora

The Greeks who lived in Alexandria, Egypt were buried in a cemetery located in nearby El Shatby, with their splendid graves acting as monuments...

Archaeologists Discover 2,200-Year-Old Ancient Greek Writing in Egypt

Archaeologists in northern Egypt have discovered a 2,200-year-old coin depicting King Ptolemy III Euergetes, said to be an ancestor of Cleopatra. The coin, which bears...