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Greece to kick out Libyan ambassador over Turkey-Libya pact
Greece said on Friday it was expelling the Libyan ambassador, furious at an accord between Libya and Turkey signed on November 27 that maps out a sea boundary between the two countries close to the Greek island of Crete.
Iran, Greece to boost cooperation in energy, environment sectors
Greece’s Environment and Energy Minister Kostis Hatzidakis told Iranian Ambassador to Greece Ahmad Naderi that his country is willing to expand bilateral ties with Tehran in all areas, particularly in the realms of energy and environment.
Greece, Armenia, China keen on developing cultural ties with Iran
Culture ministers of Greece, Armenia, and China who are attending the third Ministerial Meeting of Ancient Civilization Forum expressed their interest in developing cultural ties with Iran.
Aid groups condemn Greece over 'prison' camps for migrants
Greece is poised to create “prison” island camps, said aid groups amid growing criticism of government plans to overhaul refugee reception centers on Aegean outposts facing Turkey.
Ancient Antikythera shipwreck reveals more of its secrets
Marine archeologists have revealed the latest discoveries from the site of the Antikythera shipwreck, famous for the "Antikythera Mechanism," which has been described as an ancient computer.
Greece relocates hundreds of refugees to mainland as arrivals rise
Greek authorities have moved more asylum-seekers from peripheral islands to mainland Greece amid a surge in refugee arrivals on the remote islands in recent months.
Alone in Greece, refugee, migrant minors fighting against despair
At the notoriously overcrowded Greek island camp of Moria, Ezzatolah Soleimani admits he cries often amid despair, scenes of violence and interminable waits for food and basic sanitation.
Dozens of refugees rescued off Greece
Dozens of migrants, including a 20-day-old infant, were rescued at sea off Greece's Lesbos Island early on Sunday, September 29, as the country faced a new surge in arrivals.
Seven drown after refugee boat capsizes off Greece
Two women and five children drowned when a boat carrying migrants and refugees from Turkey capsized near Greece's Chios Island, the coastguard says.
Greece library director welcomes cooperation with Iran
Director of the National Library of Greece Fillipos Tsimpoglou hailed the achievements Iran has made in science and technology and welcomed library cooperation between two countries.
Greece: Free our marbles from British Museum's 'murky prison'
Greek president called on Monday for Britain to free the Parthenon marbles from the “murky prison” of its national museum, upping the rhetoric in a near 200-year-old campaign for the sculptures’ return.
IMF: Greece among best performers in eurozone
Greece has entered a period of economic growth that puts it "among the best performers in the eurozone".
Merkel says Germany 'takes total responsibility' for Nazi crimes in Greece
Chancellor Angela Merkel says Germany “takes total responsibility” for crimes committed by the Nazis in Greece during the Second World War.
Magnificent ancient statues unearthed in central Greece
At least four marble statues of kouroi and parts of an ancient cemetery were discovered by a farmer near the town of Atalanti in Fthiotida, central Greece.

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