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At Least 207 Dead in Sri Lanka Easter Attacks

At least 207 people have been killed so far in attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, according to local police authorities. A total of...

Egyptian Shipwreck Proves Greek Historian Herodotus Right — After 2,500 Years

Archaeologists have recently discovered an ancient shipwreck which proves the Greek Historian Herodotus was absolutely correct about the observations he made nearly 25 centuries ago. The...

Event in Egypt’s Alexandria Honors The ”Lady of Ro”

The Lyceum Club of Greek Women (Lykeion Hellinidon) of Alexandria, Egypt held an event in the ancient Egyptian city on Friday in memory and honor...

Greek Model’s Drug-Mule Trial Begins in Hong Kong

The trial of the Greek model Irene Melissaropoulou, who is charged with illegally bringing cocaine into Hong Kong, began on Thursday in the Chinese...

Alexandria’s ”Graeco-Roman Museum” Set to Reopen After Years of Renovation

The ''Graeco-Roman Museum'' of Alexandria, Egypt is due to reopen in the following months, after years of expensive restorative work and renovations. The museum, which...

Tsitsipas Beats Monfils To Reach Dubai Final

Greek tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas beat his French rival Gael Monfils in the Dubai ATP 500 semifinals on Friday. The Greek player won with a...

Greek Inscription from Fifth Century Discovered in Israel

A Greek inscription in mosaic tiles dating back to the fifth century AD was discovered in the Israeli village of Tzur Natan, earlier this...

The Greek Who Brings Dinosaurs Back to Life in Beijing

Vaios Panagiotou is a 43-year old Greek engineer based in the Chinese capital Beijing who has spent that last several years in the unlikely...

Famed Greek Musician Yianni To Perform in Saudi Arabia

The famous Greek musician Yanni is going back to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to perform at a concert as part of the ''Winter...

Greek Man Recounts Horror of Indonesian Tsunami

Marinos Kokotovis, a Greek national who has lived in Indonesia for more than 30 years, was a firsthand witness of the most recent catastrophic...