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US President Joe Biden recognises Armenian genocide
On its 106th anniversary, US President Joe Biden has recognised the Armenian genocide, a historic declaration that has infuriated Turkey and further strained frayed ties between the....

 

First Pre-Human Lived in Balkan Area

Researchers have found evidence that the link in the lineage of the great apes and humans took place in the Eastern Mediterranean — not in Africa — and that the first pre-human, or....

 

Turkey Reiterates Right to Defend "Blue Homeland"

Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar declared on Friday that his country is determined to defend its rights to what it calls the "Blue Homeland," referring to the Aegean by.....

 

Greek Olympian reveals her abuse by sports figure

Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou praised the courage of Olympian Sophia Bekatorou for speaking out against sexual abuse in sport.....

 

Hellenic Republic President's Message to the Greek Diaspora

President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou, in a Christmas and New Year message for Greeks abroad on Thursday, noted that "2021 is arriving and raising our hopes for an end to the pandemic and a gradual return to normal social life....

 

Greece calls for EU to impose sanctions on Turkey

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias made yet another plea for the European Union to impose stiffer measures on the nation of Turkey for its rogue acts in the Mediterranean on Thursday....

 

ON THE ISLAND OF LESBOS

Fire destroys refugee camp

Thousands of asylum seekers have moved to a new temporary facility on the Greek island of Lesbos, according to officials, 10 days after a fire destroyed their former camp....

 

North Macedonia’s Labor Minister Sacked for Using “Republic of Macedonia” Sign
The North Macedonian Parliament decided on Saturday to sack Labor Minister Rashela Mizrahi from the caretaker government of the country, after using the old and disputed name ”Republic of Macedonia” during a public speech.

 

Greek workers strike against pension cuts
Traffic in parts of the Greek capital came to a standstill on Tuesday as Greek transport workers joined a 24-hour public sector strike over pension cuts.
Buses, trolleys, trams and metro transportation was out of operation for the day.

 

Tensions escalate in Cyprus waters

France further intensified its strong military presence in the Eastern Mediterranean on Wednesday, in an effort to send a clear message of military might to all those who...

 

Cyprus calls Turkey a “pirate state” over illegal drilling
Cyprus called Turkey a ”pirate state” on Sunday after Ankara announced that the Turkish research vessel ”Yavuz” will soon conduct a new series of hydrocarbon research and drillings south of the island. The spokesman of the Foreign Ministry of Turkey Hami Aksoy....

 

A woman nominated as new President of the Hellenic Republic
Greek parliamentarians approved overwhelmingly last week the nomination of top judge Katerina Sakellaropoulou as new President of the Hellenic Republic.
With conservative New Democracy, leftist SYRIZA and center-left Movement for...

 

Turkey deploys drones to be based in occupied Cyprus
Turkey has reportedly deployed unmanned aerial vehicles over the occupied territories of northern Cyprus which will shadow ships drilling for oil and gas in the seas off the island...

 

Archbishop to proceed with controversial plan to develop resort on ancient site

Nicosia: Green Party leader Yiorgos Perdikis and Transport Minister Vasiliki Anastasiadou clashed on Thursday over excavations of an ancient site at Yeroskipou - in Paphos....

 

Greece and Cyprus rescue refugees
The Greek Coast Guard said on Friday that it had rescued 400 refugees and migrants towards the end of last week in ten separate incidents in the seas off the city Alexandroupolis and the islands of Lesvos and Chios.

 

Ankara continues to threaten Cyprus
Ersin Tatar, the so-called ”Prime Minister” of the illegally occupied northern part of Cyprus said on Friday in Ankara that his ”administration’s” plan to re-open the fenced-off town of Varosha in Famagusta ”will be completed in the next ten years.”

 

Greek Government To Stop Documenting Students’ Citizenship and Religion

The Greek Ministry of Education announced on Tuesday that from now on, all diplomas issued by the country’s secondary schools will include neither the citizenship nor the religious....

 

Turkey defies international law
Turkey is determined to continue to explore hydrocarbon resources in the Eastern Mediterranean, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared on Thursday....

 

Cyprus’ Serial Killer Confesses to Seven Murders

A 35-year-old Greek-Cypriot army officer has reportedly, so far, confessed to murdering seven women and girls in what local media have called the island’s "first serial killings....

 

Human Ancestors Evolved in Europe

A brand-new analysis of fossils recovered in the 1990’s in the village of Nikiti, northern Greece, supports the controversial idea that the apes which gave rise to humans evolved in....

 

Turkey threatens energy multinationals

Turkish oil and gas exploration ships will soon begin drilling activities in the seabed near the northern, occupied, part of Cyprus, a senior Turkish Cypriot official stated on Wednesday....

 

Greece records more violations over the Aegean

Turkish violations of Greek airspace in the Aegean Sea continued on Wednesday, with the Hellenic National Defense General Staff (GEETHA) recording 36 violations of Greek national...

 

UN supports return of ancient artifacts to owners

Following the discussion of a draft resolution brought to the United Nation’s General Assembly by Greece, the body adopted without a vote a resolution for the "return or restitution of cultural...

 

Cyprus to Build Hospital in Greece’s Fire-Stricken Mati

The Republic of Cyprus announced on Tuesday plans to build a hospital in Mati, the region of Greece which was devastated by the July wildfires, in a gesture of solidarity with Greece....

 

 

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