War should be the last resort with Turkey, not the first

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Paul Antonopoulos

Emboldened by the fact that the Greek Navy and Air Force have not taken effective measures to expel Turkey's Oruç Reis research vessel,  which is accompanied by a small armada… Read More

The new covid-19 measures won’t stop Nikos Vertis from performing in Thessaloniki

'ORAMA The music show' in Thessaloniki has found a solution to the new coronavirus measures. On Monday, the Greek government announced a series of new emergency measures to curb the… Read More

6 hours ago

Xronia Polla to Stefanos Tsitsipas who turns 22 today

Greece’s young tennis sensation Stefanos Tsitsipas was born on the 12th of August 1998. Tsitsipas is the youngest player ranked in the top 10 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP)… Read More

7 hours ago

Travel Journal: What it’s like flying from Australia to Greece during the Covid-19 pandemic

Life has certainly been far from normal since Covid-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation on March 11. How this has affected life very obviously differs throughout… Read More

9 hours ago

The altar of a historic church in Heraklion found burnt

The Church of Panagia tis Rokas at Prophitis Ilias in Heraklion, was damaged earlier this week as an unknown individual or individuals set fire to the altar, Neakriti.gr reported. The burnt altar… Read More

10 hours ago

Thessaloniki streets empty as businesses close to comply with coronavirus measures

New coronavirus measures turn Thessaloniki into a ghost town after midnight. On Monday, the Greek government announced a series of new emergency measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The new… Read More

12 hours ago

Prominent Greek Poet Dinos Christianopoulos, passes away aged 89

Prominent Greek academic and literary figure Dinos Christianopoulos, passed away in Thessaloniki on Tuesday aged 89. Christianopoulos studied literature at Aristotle University, from which he graduated in 1954. He made… Read More

12 hours ago

Two injured turtles rescued in Limassol, Cyprus

Τwo injured green turtles are being treated at a Meneou rehabilitation facility, CyprusMail reported. The two adult turtles, a male and a female, were found in Limassol and were transferred… Read More

14 hours ago

Greek Prime Minister and Cypriot President discuss Turkish provocations

The President of the Republic of Cyprus Nikos Anastasiadis had a telephone conversation with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Tuesday. According to Cyprus Government Spokesman Kyriakos Kousios, Mitsotakis informed Anastasiadis about… Read More

15 hours ago

Greece declares state of emergency in Evia, Thessaloniki areas

The Greek Government declared a state of emergency on the island of Evia and civil protection measures in Macedonia, following the devastating storms over the weekend. Civil Protection Secretary General… Read More

16 hours ago

Daily coronavirus cases in Greece up again

Greece recorded 196 new cases of COVID-19 in the latest 24-hour reporting period. This raises the total number of cases to 5,942. 1,503 are considered to be related to travel… Read More

18 hours ago

Turkey marks 100 years since Treaty of Sèvres with renewed hostilities against Greece

Yesterday marked the 100-year anniversary from when the Treaty of Sèvres was signed. The Treaty of Sèvres saw the Ottoman Empire dismembered, with Greece, Syria and Armenia gaining old lost… Read More

20 hours ago

On this day in 1996, Tasos Isaac was brutally murdered by Turks in Cyprus

On August 11, 1996, a Berlin-to-Cyprus peace ride by motorcyclists from around Europe ended at the Greek Cypriot village of Deryneia, and among the riders that day was Tasos Isaac… Read More

22 hours ago

EU says it stands in “full solidarity” with Greece and Cyprus

The EU's full solidarity with Greece and Cyprus was expressed by the Representative of the Commission in charge of foreign affairs, during a briefing with journalists. "The EU stands with… Read More

1 day ago

Dendias demands that Turkey leaves Greece’s continental shelf immediately

Greece's foreign minister Nikos Dendias has made a bizarre statement saying that Turkey's aggression will not be tolerated even though Turkish ships have violated Greece's maritime space for over 24… Read More

1 day ago

Russia approves coronavirus vaccine ‘Sputnik V’

Russia has developed the first vaccine 'Sputnik V' offering “sustainable immunity” against the coronavirus, President Vladimir Putin announced. “This morning, for the first time in the world, a vaccine against… Read More

1 day ago

Netflix are preparing a brand new “genre-bending” series based on Greek mythology

Netflix are preparing a brand new “genre-bending” series based on Greek mythology, from the writer of Channel 4’s 'The End of the F***ing World'. What is Kaos about? Speaking exclusively… Read More

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Greece collects medical supplies for Lebanon

Attica Regional Authority in collaboration with the Medical Association of Athens and the Oloi Mazi Boroume (All Together We Can) philanthropic organisation, are collecting donations of medicines and medical supplies,… Read More

1 day ago

The oldest church in Santorini, Panagia Episkopi

The oldest church in Santorini is Panagia Episkopi, a former bishop’s church from the Middle Byzantine period. Located at Mesa Gonia on the foot of the mountain, Profitis Ilias, it… Read More

1 day ago

“Greek 4: For You”- New tourism campaign promotes four islands in the Northeast Aegean

The Ministry of Tourism in collaboration with the Greek National Tourism Organisation announced the launch of a new campaign entitled "Greek 4: For You", to promote four islands in the… Read More

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