Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in Exclusive Interview with TNH About How He Spends His Days in Quarantine
PM Mitsotakis: VAT Reduction, Job Support, Liquidity Measures; Greece Opens to Tourism June 15 (Vid)
Greece Offers Quarantine Waive for British Tourists, Americans Out of Luck
US Health Officials Quietly Release more Reopening Guidance
Archaeological Council Limits Building Heights Around Acropolis

Pompeo Denies Retaliation but Won't Explain Watchdog Ouster

WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday adamantly denied that he recommended firing the State Department's independent watchdog in retaliation for...

US Health Officials Quietly Release more Reopening Guidance

NEW YORK — U.S. health officials have quietly released more reopening guidance that was created more than a month ago but initially shelved.

Sept. 11 Convict Now Says He Renounces Terrorism, Bin Laden

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The only man ever convicted in a U.S. court for a role in the Sept. 11 attacks now says he is renouncing terrorism, al-Qaida and the Islamic State...

Cyprus Says Travel Agents Stiff Customers for COVID-19 Cancellations

Travel agents looking to get out of refunding clients for canceled trips to Cyprus because of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic should be investigated, the island's consumers association said, asking the Commerce Ministry to intervene.

Paphos Hotels On Cyprus Depend on UK Tourists Post COVID-19 Return

Although the COVID-19 Coronavirus is still tearing through the United Kingdom, which was late bringing a lockdown, the survival of some hotels in the Cypriot coastal city of Paphos could depend on tourists from the United Kingdom coming this summer.

Turkish-Cypriots Reject EU Backing Cyprus in East Mediterranean

The Turkish-Cypriot self-declared leader of the unlawfully-occupied northern third of the island denounced the European Union for calling on Turkey to stop drilling for oil and gas off the island.

Uncertain Future Rattles Italy's Famed Restaurants

ROME — Italy's restaurants and pizzerias, for foodies the world over a key reason to visit, are facing an existential threat. Those that didn't fold after 10...

An Interview with Chef Panagioti Karathanasis, Age 9

GLEN COVE, NY – Panagioti Karathanasis is an excellent chef, you may not know him yet, but you will definitely find out soon. Although Panagioti is just 9 years old and is...

Turkey’s Health Min Does Not Expect a Second Wave of Infections in the Country This Summer

ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey's health minister does not expect a second wave of infections in the country in the coming months, but says his ministry is monitoring the...

Five Regions in Italy Report No New Cases of COVID-19 and Nine Regions Report no Deaths

MILAN — More than two weeks into Phase II of gradual reopening in Italy, the number of reported new coronavirus infections grew by 665 on Wednesday to 227,364, with nearly...

WHO Head of Emergencies Says a Cut in US Funding Will Harm the most Vulnerable

GENEVA — The head of emergencies at the World Health Organization says an end to U.S. funding for the U.N. health agency would have a “major implication for delivering...

Spain Registers a Fourth Consecutive Day of Fewer than 100 Deaths from COVID-19

MADRID — Spain has registered a fourth consecutive day of fewer than 100 deaths from the coronavirus.

Greece Hotels to Open June 15, International Flights in July

ATHENS — Greece's long-awaited tourist season will begin on June 15 with the opening of seasonal hotels.

Germany Hoping for Agreement with Fellow EU Countries on Easing Travel Restrictions This Summer

BERLIN — Germany hopes to reach agreement with fellow European countries on rolling back travel restrictions in time for the summer holiday season.