The assessment that Turkey cannot currently manage a war with Greece was expressed by the…
Oxi Day commemorates the anniversary of the day that former military general and Prime Minister of Greece Ioannis Metaxas said “OXI” (NO) to an ultimatum made by Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini, an ally of Hitler, to allow Italian forces to occupy strategic locations in Greece or otherwise face war.
When Ukrainians began driving out of Kyiv and Mariupol at the beginning of the war with Russia, Greek-Australian humanitarian nurse, Helen Zahos, was driving in. Such is her commitment to helping those in need.
Although celebrated throughout Greece, nobody celebrates ‘Clean Monday’ quite like the residents of Galaxidi who hold an annual ‘flour war’ or alevromoutzouromata (flour smudging), whereby all and sundry flock to the streets armed with sacks of ‘ammunition’ such as colourfully dyed flour, soot and confetti.
Ukrainian boxing hero Vasyl Lomachenko has returned home and enlisted in the territorial army in a bid…
A new outdoor exhibition for the 200-year anniversary of the Greek Revolution, showcases portraits of the heroes of the 1821 Revolution was inaugurated a few days ago, at Vasilissis Sophias street in Athens, right in front of the National Gardens.