Greece

Does Ancient Greece Have The Answer To The Middle East's Problems?

Andrew Skitt Gilmour History, Middle East The Greeks are well suited for helping us to think about the complexity of the Middle East’s political future because they began their political journey influenced by the civilizations of the ancient...

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Greece Cannot Send Ships To Secure Navigation In Hormuz Strait – Senior Official

DOHA (Sputnik) - Greece has been tangled up in a maritime standoff with Turkey in the Mediterranean and has no spare ships to help secure the Strait of Hormuz, its national security adviser said on Wednesday.
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Mancini’s New-look Italy Roar Into Euro 2020 After World Cup Flop

Milan (AFP) – Roberto Mancini has succeeded with stage one of his mission to bounce back from failing to qualify for the last World Cup by sealing Italy’s place at Euro 2020 with Saturday’s 2-0 win over Greece that pushed their...
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Giant Cruise Ship Squeezes Through Corinth Canal In Greece With Just Inches To Spare - Photos, Video

The Corinth Canal built in 1893 connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea. It runs through the narrow Isthmus of Corinth and divides the Peloponnese from the Greek mainland, supposedly making the peninsula an island.
Related topics: World Photos, World Videos

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Pokémon Go Has Been Pokémon No On This Greek Island For Past 7 Months

The Pokémon Go community of Salamina, an island in Greece's Saronic Gulf, have called for help from the global community.

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Church Of Greece Gives Archbishop Right To Decide On Recognising Autocephaly In Ukraine

ATHENS (Sputnik) - The Church of Greece has granted Archbishop of Athens and All Greece Ieronymos II the right to decide about the autocephaly of the non-canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kiev Patriarchate, recognised the right of the...
Related topics: Religion, Ukraine, Kiev

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For The First Time Ever, Greece Issues Negative Yielding Debt

For The First Time Ever, Greece Issues Negative Yielding Debt As armies of fixed income strategists battle over whether US Treasuries are facing higher or lower yields, Greece has no such qualms and in a historic shift today, the former...

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In Historic Sale, Greek Debt Carries Negative Interest Rate

ATHENS, Greece — More than a year after Greece exited its bailout programs, investors made history in the country Wednesday by buying its short-term debt at a negative yield, meaning they volunteered at least in theory to get less money back than...

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Sweden: Leftist Politician, Rashad Alassad, Smuggled Illegal Migrants Into Country With Real...

A Swedish Social Democrat municipal politician, Rashad Alassad, has been busted for smuggling illegals into Sweden from Greece with real Swedish passports. Thanks to Vlad Tepes.
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Pompeo’s Visit To Greece: “souda Bay Is No Longer In The Hands Of The Greeks” – Expert

On Saturday, 5 October, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo signed an updated defence agreement, which extended the American use of the Souda Bay base on the island of Crete “for an indefinite period.”
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Port Of Piraeus, China's Cosco Boosting Greece's Shipping Industry, Opening New Options—official

The Port of Piraeus, one of the largest and most important transport hubs in Greece, has undergone numerous transformations and weathered the nation's financial and political crises over the past decade.
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With Eye On Syria, Greece Expands Refugee Transfers

Authorities in Greece have expanded a program to transfer migrants and refugees from overcrowded camps on the islands to the mainland amid concern that the number of arrivals from nearby Turkey could continue to rise
Related topics: Syria, Turkey

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The Latest: Syrian Toddler Drowns Near Greece Migrant Camp

Greek authorities say a Syrian toddler has drowned at a beach in southern Greece after the boy wandered away from his parents and exited a migrant camp

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Greece Never Really Recovered From Its Financial Crisis

Greece Never Really Recovered From Its Financial Crisis Authored by Petropoulos Delis Fotios via The Mises Institute, Now that Greece’s bailout program has ended, what are the prospects for economic growth and development in Greece?...

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'pompeo Go Home': Protesters Burn Us Flag In Greece Amid Secretary Of State's Visit (photo, Video)

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has arrived in Greece for a two-day visit to underline support for the NATO ally, reinforce cooperation, and sign an amendment to a mutual defence cooperation agreement.
Related topics: Mike Pompeo, Protests, World Photos, World Videos, Nato

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Europe Tries To Save Turkey Migrant Deal, Amid Humanitarian Crisis Fears

Senior German and European Union officials have finished a two-day visit to Turkey to save a migrant deal in an effort to avert a humanitarian crisis.The number of migrants entering Greece from Turkey continues to surge, following a threat by...
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Zaniolo Back From Italy Exile, De Rossi Misses Out On Rome Return

Paris (AFP) – Roma starlet Nicolo Zaniolo has been brought back into the Italy fold from disciplinary exile after being picked by Roberto Mancini for his side’s upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers with Greece and Liechtenstein. Higly-rated...
Related topics: Italy, Rome, France, Paris

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Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Greek Island Shelter Crisis, Only 8 Per Cent Of Unga Speakers Women,...

Tuesday’s top stories: Greece urged to fast-track asylum-seekers as 1,000 die on the Mediterranean; just 16 women addressed UN General Assembly; less alcohol means longer lives in Russia; cholera campaign in Sudan; standing up for older people on...
Related topics: Russia, Cholera, Sudan

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Greece Tightens Asylum Policy For Migrants - Gov't Spokesman

ATHENS (Sputnik) - The Greek Ministerial Council has taken a harsh approach toward the immigration laws by deciding to tighten the asylum application system, the government spokesman, Stelios Petsas said.

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Evacuation Of Over 600 People Starts In Greek Igoumenitsa Port Due To Ferry Fire - Reports

ATHENS (Sputnik) - More than 600 people are currently being evacuated from the Olympic Champion ferry in Greece's northwestern Igoumenitsa port, as the vessel has caught fire Saturday morning, the AMNA reported.

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