Heavy storms in northern Greece kill 6: police

July 11, 2019 admin 0

At least six people were killed and dozens injured since gale-force winds hit northern Greece late on Wednesday, said authorities. According to police, the deaths were caused by three separate incidents, and tourists from the […]


Greek new conservative cabinet sworn in

July 9, 2019 admin 0

Greece’s new cabinet was sworn in on Tuesday at the presidential mansion in Athens with ministers voicing confidence that they can bring change and succeed in key challenges for the still debt-ridden country, starting from […]


Grape farmers lose harvest in Gaza Strip

July 9, 2019 admin 0

Yusuf Abu Selmi, 32, a farmer based in the Gaza City, was waiting the annual harvest of grapes to start and earn his profits through selling the delicious fruit, after several months of caring for […]


War on Syria targets cultural heritage: minister

July 8, 2019 admin 0

Syria’s Culture Minister Mohammad al-Ahmad said that the “foreign-backed war” waged on Syria hasn’t only targeted the peace and security in the country but also the cultural heritage and history. Al-Ahmad made the remarks during […]


Greek PM acknowledges defeat in general elections

July 8, 2019 admin 0

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras acknowledged his Radical Left SYRIZA party’s defeat to the conservatives in Sunday’s general elections, the first to be conducted since Greece emerged from the bailout programs last summer. “We are […]


Putin, Erdogan discuss Libya, Syria by phone

July 6, 2019 admin 0

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed issues relating to Libya and Syria in a phone conversation on Saturday. The leaders voiced mutual concerns over the escalation of the situation […]