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Antonio Taquis: A Greek in Panama

The first Greeks went to Panama in the late 1800's, many due to the construction of the French Canal. There were just a few...

Byzantine-Era Wine Presses Discovered in Israel with Depictions of Greek Gods Dionysus and Heracles

Excavations in Zippori National Park, Israel, have revealed Ancient Byzantine-era wine presses, one of which has a mosaic depiction what appears to be a wine-drinking...

‘The Greek Freak Invades Manila’ This Weekend in the Philippines

"The Greek Freak Invades Manila" is a charity event that the "Greek Freak," Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo is participating in over the weekend...

Medical Recipe of Hippocrates Discovered During Restorations at Ancient Library in St. Catherine’s Monastery,...

Nationalgeographic.com has reported that at the St. Catherine’s Monastery in South Sinai, Egypt, monks have discovered what is being called the oldest-to-date medical recipes...

Sophocles Greek Tragedy ‘Antigone’ to be Performed at Mandala Theatre in Nepal

Starting this Friday, Sophocles’ classic tragedy "Antigone" will be staged in the Nepali language at the Mandala Theatre. The Mandala Theatre's performance of the Greek...

Metropolitan Athenagoras Makes Historical Trip to Jamaica

In a historical gesture, Metropolitan Archbishop Athenagoras will be taking a four-day trip to Jamaica, making him the first of a Metropolitan Archbishop of the...

A Greek Techy Is Part of the Google Japan Team Improving Maps App

The internationally composed Google Japan unit is always looking for the latest trends and advances in technology. Recently, five techies on the team --...

Egypt: Gunmen Attacks Bus Transporting Coptic Christians, Kills At Least 26

A bus transporting Coptic Christians to a monastery in Egypt was attacked by an armed gunmen, killing at least 26 people and injuring 27...

Bangladesh Government Removes Statue Of Greek Goddess Following Protests by Islamist Groups

A sculpture of the Greek goddess Themis, the goddess of justice, stood proudly in Bangladesh for only 6 months before being removed due to...

‘Uno y Mil Gernikas’ Exhibition in Argentina Displays the Innocent Victims of War, Past...

An exhibit called Uno y Mil Gernikas in Argentina showing the innocent victims of war is on display at the Museo de la Ciudad, Rosario’s...