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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...

Greece Expresses Solidarity with Indonesia After Tsunami

Greece's  Ministry of Foreign Affairs  expressed its condolences and solidarity with the Indonesian people who are suffering from the devastating tsunami which hit the country...

India Bestows “Best Heritage Destination” Honor on Greece

Greece received the ''Best Heritage Destinations in the World'' Award at India's Best Awards at the recent  "IBA 2018" ceremony in Mumbai. The readers of...

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Professional golfer Peter Karmis decided to play under the Greek flag from now on and to no longer represent South Africa in international tournaments.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

Egyptair Offering Discounted Flights on Greek, Cypriot Routes

Egyptair has announced it is offering a 20 percent discount on flights from Athens to Cairo, Athens to Alexandria and Larnaca to Cairo. It is...

Israeli Investors Urged to Look at Greece

Greece is being marketed to businesspeople in Israel as an investment destination, as a new chamber of commerce works to build ties between the...

Greek Composer Yanni Dedicates Song to Syria (video)

World-renowned Greek composer Yanni has dedicated a track to the people of Syria. In a Facebook post this week, the musician writes: "This is for all my...

Israeli Scientists Uncover Ancient Greek Inscription

Scientists in Israel have unearthed a rare Greek-language mosaic dating from the 2nd-3rd century. Researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) were digging at Caesarea...