Jury Deliberates Case of Kakavelos, Greek Deli Owner who Allegedly Had Worker Killed
Greek Husband Will Testify in Wife's Home Invasion Killing
Prominent Businessman and Philanthropist George Behrakis Speaks to TNH
EU Endorses Massive Pandemic Relief for Recession-Ηit Greece
As COVID-19 Crisis Ebbs, Some Seeking 9/11-Style Commission

"Fire and Fury" Author Writes New Trump Book "Landslide"

NEW YORK — The author of "Fire and Fury," the million-seller from 2018 that helped launched the wave of inside accounts of the Trump White House, will have...

As COVID-19 Crisis Ebbs, Some Seeking 9/11-Style Commission

With more than 600,000 Americans dead of COVID-19 and questions still raging about the origin of the virus and the government's response, a push is underway on Capitol Hill...

Fauci: US to Spend $3.2B for Antiviral Pills for COVID-19

WASHINGTON — The United States is devoting $3.2 billion to advance development of antiviral pills for COVID-19, officials said Thursday.

Akinci Cites Threats to Withdraw from Turkish-Cypriot Leader Race

The former leader of the Turkish-Cypriot occupied northern third of Cyprus said Turkish government agents tried to squeeze him not to run for re-election in October 2020 before he lost a race to ultra-nationalist Ersin Tatar.

Scandalized Cyprus Not Tax Haven, Finance Minister Says

NICOSIA -- Despite a scandal over selling residency permits and passports to rich foreigners without checking for criminal activity and a reputation for letting rich outsiders stash their money in banks on the island, Cyprus not a tax haven, Finance Minister Constantinos Petridis said.

Cyprus: Probe into Police in Serial Killer Case Dropped

NICOSIA — Cyprus' top lawyer on Monday suspended criminal cases against 15 members of the police force for allegedly botching the country's first serial killer investigation, which eventually led to an army officer being jailed for life over the murder of seven foreign women and...

Myths & Medicine: Plant Walk in the National Garden with The Greek Herbalist

ATHENS – From myths to medicine, plants in Greece hold a plethora of ancient stories and knowledge for us to explore.

Interim Trial Data Shows Low Effectiveness for CureVac Shot

BERLIN — German vaccine maker CureVac said Wednesday that interim data from late-stage testing of its coronavirus shot show a comparatively low effectiveness in protecting...

WHO Warns of Fresh Indonesia Surge Fed by Virus Variants

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia's president ordered authorities to speed up the country's vaccination campaign as the World Health Organization warned Thursday...

The Island of Karpathos Shines in New Video Promo

KARPATHOS – The island of Karpathos, one of the gems in the Dodecanese, is featured in a new video promoting tourism to the island.

Summer at the SNFCC

ATHENS -- At the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC), every day is an opportunity for discovery. Explore the paths of the Stavros Niarchos Park and details of the...

Philippine Leader Eases Face Shield Requirement

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine president has agreed to ease a pandemic regulation requiring people to wear face shields on top of masks in most public areas, but...

Japan Announces Easing of Virus Emergency Ahead of Olympics

TOKYO — Japan has announced the easing of a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and six other areas from next week, as the country begins final preparations for the...

COVID-19 Cases Rise in Missouri Tourist Areas

O'FALLON, Mo. — A swath of southern Missouri is seeing a big rise in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations at just the wrong time — as tourists eager to get...