Judas Received $15,000 to Betray Jesus

According to the Gospel of John, Judas Iscariot received 30 silver coins to betray Jesus and put him in the hands of Caiaphas, or...

Cities Around the Globe Founded by Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great, who lived from July 356 BC to 10/11 June, 323 BC, was an intrepid conqueror and one of the most brilliant...

Alexander the Great Monument in Pakistan

It is about a two and a half hour drive from Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. The closest town is called Jalalpur Sharif, in the Jhelum...

New Zealand Veteran of Anti-Nazi Campaign in Greece Haddon Donald Dies

New Zealand former National MP and Second World War veteran Haddon Donald has died in Masterton at the age of 101. He was the oldest...

Ancient Greeks the Biblical Philistine Enemies of Jews, DNA Study Claims

The infamous Philistines, the enemies of the Hebrews in the Christian Bible, were likely ancient Greeks who had migrated to their land, a new...

ISIS Attack on Mount Sinai Holy Monastery Leaves 1 Dead, 4 Injured

An Islamic State attack on the police outpost of the Hagia Aikaterini Holy Monastery on Mount Sinai left one dead and four injured on...

Kiwi Veteran Returns to Remember 1941 Battle of Crete

A 97-year-old war veteran from New Zealand who fought against the Nazi forces in Crete in 1941 is making an emotional journey back to the...

Greek Axiom by Socrates on Hiroshima Peace Bell Remains Relevant Today

The Greek axiom by Socrates, ΓΝΩΘΙ ΣΑΥΤΟΝ ("Know thyself"), inscribed on the Hiroshima Peace Bell, remains relevant today, 74 years after the first nuclear...

Greek Archaeologist Discovers Ancient Buildings in Alexandria, Egypt

Greek archaeologist Kalliopi Papakostas has discovered ancient buildings and a bridge in the Shalallat Gardens area in Alexandria, Egypt. According to the Athens Macedonia News...

Alexandria’s Greek Graves Are Eternal Monuments to the Diaspora

The Greek people who lived in Alexandria, Egypt were buried in a cemetery located in nearby El Shatby. Their splendid gravestones, many of them...