Comments come after American-Israeli coach told reporters he was not involved in his team’s controversial forfeiting of a match
Greek newspaper says both countries will have access to information from the long-range marine system
Monument damaged is located in a Jewish graveyard in Thessaloniki, which was destroyed by the Nazis in 1942
Turkey and the internationally recognized Greek Cypriot government in Cyprus have overlapping claims of jurisdiction for offshore oil and gas research in the eastern Mediterranean
Only 10 members of Trikala's Jewish community survived the Holocaust, several of whom were rescued by Prince William's great-grandmother
Meteorologists warned of the high probability that a medicane — which combines the words Mediterranean and hurricane — could form Friday in the Ionian Sea southwest of the Greek mainland
Eight Turkish commandos are seeking asylum in Greece after commandeering a helicopter to flee Turkey following a failed coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in July 2016
Veria’s Jews are said to have heard the gospel directly from Paul himself, documenting his visit, says one legend, on a long-lost Torah scroll. But by the time the Nazis were defeated, this 2,000-year-old community was extinct
More than 150 people were injured in the fire, with many in critical condition, as the town's Mati neighborhood was almost completely destroyed
The proposed pipeline would run from Israel to Cyprus and on to Greece; the leaders of the three countries discussed a summit potentially slated for May
Other nations also participating in the drill include the United States, Italy, the United Kingdom and Cyprus
It's unclear why Israel is not mentioned on the promotional website of the annual Iniohos exercise with the U.S., UAE, Greece, Britain, Cyprus and Italy
Rivlin met his Greek counterpart and will travel with PM Tsipras to Thessaloniki museum ceremony
'By granting asylum to one of eight coup plotters involved in the July 15 coup, Greece has once again showed that it is a country that protects and embraces coup plotters with this decision,' Turkey's Foreign Ministry says
The peaceful life in Skala Sikamineas changed dramatically once people fleeing war and starvation began washing up on its shores; with no help coming, an intimate drama played out between the villagers and the refugees
One was from Greece’s Energean, which already has the rights to Israel’s Karish and Tanin fields. The other was from a consortium of Indian firms
Tsunami warning issued ■ Rising sea levels and parts of tourist strip flooded on island of Kos ■ Power outages affecting parts of Turkish province of Mugla
Athens says Turkish fighter jets frequently infringe the airspace under its civil aviation control, and both airforces have lost planes and personnel in accidents over the Aegean
Nechama Spiegel-Novack becomes first female Haredi pilot to fly sitting prime minister on official visit; El Al pilot learned to fly in the United States
Meeting comes amid Cyprus training drill for Israeli commandos; five Israeli ministers also set to visit Thessaloniki to sign agreements
Authorities in Lesbos say dozens of homes damaged and some roads closed
Ayman was imprisoned by Hamas for his cartoons, Naji was tortured and Osama became an expert on escape. Now they find that in Greece it’s easier to be Syrian than Palestinian
The monument unveiled about a year ago commemorates Jews from the city of Kavala who died in Nazi death camps during the war
'This is a moral victory' and a 'fresh step forward in the recognition of the history of the Holocaust and of Greek Jews,' local Jewish leader says.
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The air force was practicing flying over mountainous terrain – the kind of exercise it used to do in Turkey.
Even though the majority of youngsters on resort holidays are too young to legally consume alcohol, that doesn’t stop tour company representatives selling them party packages. ‘Kids are subjected to extortion and pressure’ warns one concerned parent.
The eight - six helicopter pilots and two engineers - say their lives would be endangered if returned to Turkey and have applied for asylum.
With Turkey in crisis and Europe's borders closed, Greek police say traffickers are using increasingly sophisticated methods to move out refugees who have been stuck in this Greek border town for months.
Turkish foreign minister said Turkey would back out of the agreement with the EU if the bloc did not deliver the promised visa-free travel for Turks in return.