Turkey’s foreign ministry said on Wednesday it rejected statements by Greek and European Union officials that Turkish drilling for gas and oil off Cyprus was illegitimate and said the EU could
Police in Athens on Thursday removed over 200 migrants, including dozens of children, from two squats in the city centre as part of a cleanup drive by the new conservative government.
The court ruled seven of the party's former lawmakers, including party leader Nikos Michaloliakos, were guilty of leading a criminal organization, while the others were guilty of participating in a criminal organisation.
Alekos Sfyriou untangles his fishing line and counts the days until ferries bring visitors back to his sleepy Greek isle.
Greece’s prime minister accused Turkey on Friday of appearing to “exploit” Europe’s migrant crisis for its own ends and said Ankara can and must control migrant flows to the continent.
Residents of the Echinos community in the province of Xanthi are forbidden from leaving the area, and are under a 24-hour curfew. They can leave their homes only to buy food or medication, and must wear a mask.
7-year-old, Greek pianist, Stelios Kerasidis, takes the internet by storm, with his impeccable performance that’s an ode to everyone staying home amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Relations between NATO allies Ankara and Athens have been uneasy in recent months but tensions increased over Hagia Sophia and energy riches in the eastern Mediterranean.
Mila Askarova, Azerbaijan native and Founder of Gazelli Art House, London and Baku, has announced a new exhibition of the works of Greek artist Kalliopi Lemos titled Tales of a Journey.