Posts Tagged ‘Greece’

Greece Investigating More NGOs as Migrant Smuggling Probe Widens

    Greek authorities are reportedly targeting more suspicious non-governmental organizations (NGOs) as an investigation into espionage, human smuggling, and tax evasion continues to expand in scope. A total of 33 suspects tied to four NGOs were rounded up in late September amid an extensive probe conducted by Greek intelligence and counter-terrorism agencies, as Infowars […]

Greece urges Turkey to ‘step back’ from reopening of Cyprus beach resort

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Greece: Faggot-Globalist Judge Orders Golden Dawn Members Imprisoned

After years of radical left-wing agitation and state-sponsored suppression, some pedophile faggot Greek judge has sent Golden Dawn’s political leadership to prison for resisting the evil jew system of white replacement. CNN: The leaders of Greece’s neo-Nazi group Golden Dawn were found guilty Wednesday of forming and running a criminal organization under the cloak of […]

Turkey avoids EU sanction threat after agreeing to Greece talks

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US urges Turkey to back diplomacy amid mounting tensions with Greece in Mediterranean

US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, visited Cyprus on Saturday, calling for Turkey to desist from any activities that could further raise tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean. Disputes between Ankara, Greece and Cyprus are centred around hydrocarbon resources and maritime influence in the region that have led to fears of conflict. Turkey, which is hunting […]

Thousands homeless as Greece’s main migrant camp gutted by blaze

AFP — Thousands of asylum seekers on the Greek island of Lesbos were left homeless Wednesday after fleeing for their lives as a huge fire ripped through the camp of Moria, the country’s largest and most notorious migrant facility. Over 12,000 men, women and children ran in panic out of containers and tents into nearby […]

Greece opens to Israeli tourists, lifts restrictions on numbers and destinations

Greece will no longer cap the number of Israeli tourists allowed in the country or limit their movements to a handful of cities, the Foreign Ministry announced on Monday. Israeli tourists will still require a negative coronavirus test 72 hours before traveling to Greece and will be required to take an additional test upon landing. […]

Why Erdogan won’t start a war with Greece over Mediterranean drilling

Tensions are still running very high in the eastern Mediterranean, where Turkey is prospecting the seabed for energy reserves in an area that Greece claims as its own continental shelf. This row over drilling rights has sparked strong responses from each side, with the two NATO allies deploying naval and air forces to assert their […]

Turkey and Greece in explosive battle over the Mediterranean’s gas reserves

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Erdogan threatens Greece over disputed territorial claims

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened Greece with “painful experiences” if the country doesn’t enter talks with Turkey over disputed territorial claims in the eastern Mediterranean. The two countries have been in a long-running dispute over oil and gas exploration rights in the area, with Turkey also butting up against Cyprus over the same […]

Fire Fighters Battle With Wildfire At Ancient Mycenae In Greece

A wildfire at Mycenae has caused a major archaeological panic in Greece. Greek fire fighters equipped with nine fire engines, two planes and a helicopter struggled to save the ancient citadel of Mycenae from the destructive flames of an out-of-control wildfire. The Bronze Age stronghold of Mycenae in ancient Greece was the center of the […]

What’s behind the Turkey-Greece battle over eastern Mediterranean waters?

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Greece Rescues Nearly 100 Migrants at Sea, Sends Another 121 to Germany

Greek authorities have rescued almost 100 illegal migrants from a vessel at sea while also transporting over 100 more migrants to Germany, according to reports. Rescue efforts were launched in the Mediterranean Sea by the Hellenic Coast Guard after authorities received distress calls from a boat taking water on Tuesday night, the Greek City Times […]

Greece Rescues Nearly 100 Migrants at Sea, Sends Another 121 to Germany

Greek authorities have rescued almost 100 illegal migrants from a vessel at sea while also transporting over 100 more migrants to Germany, according to reports. Rescue efforts were launched in the Mediterranean Sea by the Hellenic Coast Guard after authorities received distress calls from a boat taking water on Tuesday night, the Greek City Times […]

Greece Rescues Nearly 100 Migrants at Sea, Sends Another 121 to Germany

Greek authorities have rescued almost 100 illegal migrants from a vessel at sea while also transporting over 100 more migrants to Germany, according to reports. Rescue efforts were launched in the Mediterranean Sea by the Hellenic Coast Guard after authorities received distress calls from a boat taking water on Tuesday night, the Greek City Times […]

Turkey accuses France of stirring tensions as standoff with Greece continues

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EU holds urgent talks on Greece-Turkey energy dispute

European Union foreign ministers held urgent talks on Friday about current military tensions between Greece and Turkey over drilling rights in the eastern Mediterranean. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had said Turkey would press ahead with its search for oil and gas in the disputed waters until August 23 as planned. But after talks with […]

Greece: Tinos pilgrimage overshadowed by virus

Greek Orthodox pilgrims have been arriving on the Aegean island of Tinos ahead of an August 15 religious holiday. The annual visit to the island’s renowned Church of the Panagia of Tinos – which houses an icon believed to perform miracles – usually attracts thousands of pilgrims marking the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. The […]

‘Parthenon of shipwrecks’: Greece opens its first underwater museum

Greece opened its first underwater museum on Saturday, giving members of the public the chance to scuba dive to the wreck of an ancient ship that sank in the 5th century BC. The ship was carrying some 3,000-4,000 amphoras, ancient storage devices which in this case were being used to transport wine. The site, located […]

Top 10 Important Events of Ancient Greece

Mycenaean period (1600–1100 BC)

Top 10 Important Events of Ancient Greece Last updated: November 20, 2019 by Saugat Adhikari Events in ancient Greece have played a significant role in laying the groundwork for classical and modern Greece. The Archaic period in Greece saw many different political and geographical developments. The greatest war of all time, the Trojan War, is […]

Russian ‘bitcoin fraud’ suspect held in Greece says prison security beefed up over ‘kill order’

Washington accuses Vinnik of laundering $4 billion with the help of the BTC-e bitcoin trading platform. The Russian denies any wrongdoing. Speaking to RIA Novosti via his lawyer, Vinnik confirmed that there is a threat on his life in Greece where he is currently in jail. The prison, however, beefed up security measures to protect […]

Lesbos, Greece: Police Remove Afghan Invaders after Clashes in Town Center

Greek police have been forced to remove several thousand Afghan invaders who had taken over the central square in Mitilini, the capital of the island of Lesbos, following physical clashes between locals and the fake refugees earlier this week. The Afghans, who had been living at the nearby Moria “refugee” camp ever since invading Greece […]

Greece: Golden Dawn Trial Nearly Over, State Failing to Make Case

The ongoing trial of 18 members of the Greek parliament and 69 other senior figures in Greece’s famous “Golden Dawn” party—which has been ongoing in fits and starts since 2015, and followed the arrests of the accused in 2013—seems to be drawing to a close with the state having as yet failed to conclusively prove […]

Greece in Flames: Migrant Protests in Lesbos Spiral out of Control

Riot police were deployed on the island of Lesbos as desperate migrants called for better conditions and permission to travel to mainland Europe. Residents and ultra-nationalists held counter-protests before the two groups clashed, leaving 12 injured. Violence broke out when 200 members of the nationalist Patriotic Movement attacked migrants with stones, glass bottles, and fireworks. […]

Why Germany Was Forced Into Invading Greece, Crete, North Africa & Yugoslavia: It Was Not For Territorial Expansion

By John Wear Italian military incompetence was also the reason Hitler had to send troops to North Africa… Germany’s participation in North Africa was not about German territorial expansion…    Operation Merkur (Mercury) – The airborne invasion of Crete May, 1941. Many German paratroopers died before they could reach the ground; others, their equipment tangled […]

Enraged soccer fans torch bins, clash with police in Greece (VIDEO)

The PAOK-Olympiakos Greek Super League game was canceled after Olympiakos manager Oscar Garcia was hit in the face by a paper roll thrown from the stands at the club’s Toumba Stadium just before the match began. At first, the game was delayed but it was finally abandoned some two and a half hours later. Garcia […]

Alexander The Great, Greece, and the Egyptian Pharaohs

Alexander The Great, Greece, and the Egyptian Pharaohs King Tut would have spoken Egyptian, having ruled in 1330 BC, whereas Cleopatra, who died just three decades prior to the year 0, was Greek. Pharaohs spoke only Egyptian in the beginning, But when the Macedonians invaded Egypt, they installed a new line of rulers that where […]

EU, IMF Impose Most Anti-Union Legislation In Europe on Greece

Under instructions from the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund, the Greek government pushed through the most anti-union legislation in Europe on Monday 15 January. The move was demanded, along with other draconian measures, as a condition of the latest tranche of what is called Greece’s bailout but which in […]

Erdogan Chief Advisor Threatens To "Break The Legs" Of Greece’s PM

Yigit Bulut, chief advisor to Turkish President Erdogan, has threatened Greece over the disputed islet of Imia in the Eastern Aegean Sea.     “Athens will face the wrath of Turkey worse than that in Afrin,” Bulut said in a Television show of a private network. […]

Conflict Over the Name “Macedonia” Part of Larger Struggle for the Future of Greece

THESSALONIKI, GREECE (Analysis) – While international media outlets focused on the women’s rallies of this past weekend, in Greece a population that for several years has not participated in any large-scale protests came out in force on Sunday. Greeks gathered to oppose a deal between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) — […]

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