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Doctor Cries as He Avoids Son’s Embrace in the Coronavirus Era

A video shared on Twitter claims to show a Saudi doctor returning home from the hospital and breaking down from the strain as he...

WHO Warns Coronavirus Pandemic is Accelerating

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the coronavirus disease pandemic is "accelerating," with more than 300,000 cases now confirmed worldwide. It took 67...

Japan Hints Tokyo Olympics May Have to be Postponed

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Monday this summer's Tokyo Olympics cannot be held under current circumstances due to the new coronavirus pandemic, suggesting...

Tokyo Olympics Could be Postponed Due to Coronavirus, Says Senior Official

A delay of one or two years would be the "most feasible" option if the Tokyo Olympics cannot be held as planned this year...

The Greek Who Taught the Japanese to Eat Feta Cheese and Olive Oil

Pioneering businessman Thanasis Fragkis was the very first person to introduce traditional Greek products to Japan more than a decade ago. Olive oil, wine,...

Greek-Flagged Tanker Attacked by Pirates Off West Africa

The Greek-flagged tanker "Minerva Virgo" was attacked by pirates while sailing near the city of Cotonou, on the southern coast of Benin in West...

Has the Burial Chamber of Ancient Egyptian Queen Nefertiti Been Found?

Egyptian archaeologists announced recently they may have found the burial place of Queen Nefertiti in a hidden chamber close to the pharaoh's burial complex...

Runner Completes Grueling Five-Day Jungle Marathon, Saying “I Did It for Greece!”

A Greek athlete crossed the finish line of the grueling five-day Supermarathon in the tropical jungles of Costa Rica on Sunday, becoming the first...
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The Greek School Changing Lives in Ghana

A Greek school in Ghana, in one of the most impoverished areas of the world, offers hope and opportunity for hundreds of kids who...

Blind Egyptian Student Earns Certificate of Excellence in Greek

  Using her determination and deep love of the Greek language and culture, a young, blind Egyptian girl was awarded a certificate of excellence in...