ATHENS – Greece said on Wednesday that 21 people linked to man who had tested positive for coronavirus after they all visited Israel and Egypt had themselves become infected. The new cases brought the total in Greece to 31, and health ministry officials Sotiris Tsidoras said a significant rise was expected in the coming weeks. … Continue reading CORONAVIRUS ALERT | Greek Coronavirus Cases Triple After People Linked To Pilgrim Test Positive
ATHENS | GREECE - Greece has confirmed its first coronavirus case, the health ministry said on Wednesday. The patient was a 38-year-old Greek woman who had traveled from an area of northern Italy, said Sotitis Tsiodras, a representative of the Ministry of Health.
RIYADH | Saudi Arabia – Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud received in Riyadh on Tuesday Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias, reported the Saudi Press Agency. The meeting talked bilateral cooperation between Riyadh and Athens and means to boost them in various fields. They also discussed regional developments. The … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS | Saudi King Receives Greek FM in Riyadh
Athens, July 11, 2019 – At least six people were killed in a storm in northern Greece overnight, state broadcaster ERT, reported Thursday. The Halkidiki peninsula was hardest hit by the storm, which was accompanied by strong winds and heavy rainfall. Tourists from the Czech Republic, Romania and Russia were among those killed, ERT radio … Continue reading BreakingNews | At Least Six Killed In Heavy Storm In Greece
Athens, Greece – Greece’s Acropolis Museum opened an excavation site underneath its modern building on Friday, allowing visitors for the first time to walk through an ancient Athenian neighborhood that survived from the Classical era to Byzantine times. The museum, which site at the foot of the Acropolis hill in Athens, houses masterpiece sculptures of … Continue reading ART & CULTURE | Acropolis Museum Opens Ancient Athens Neighborhood Site Below Its Base