The T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier, due to be hosted in Canada between 17 and 23 July, involving the hosts, Argentina, Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Panama and the USA, has been postponed due to government and travel restrictions
A haunting silence pervades cafes, restaurants in Greece as the country's second lockdown continues for six months
Restaurants, bars and cafes, whose nature it is to gather groups of people closely together, have remained shut since November when the Greek government imposed a second lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19 infections
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Coach Luis Enrique says Spain 'deserved another result' after Greek stalemate
Spain dominated the first half in Granada with Juventus striker Alvaro Morata scoring with a left-foot drive on 33 minutes.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Zlatan Ibrahimovic makes winning return for Sweden; Germany, Italy, England win, Spain held
Ibrahimovic set up Viktor Claesson's 35th-minute winner against Georgia at the Friends Arena just outside Stockholm in his 117th appearance for his national team, his first since Euro 2016.
Germany coach Joachim Löw begins his farewell tour against Iceland in Duisberg. It is Germany's first game since Löw announced he will be quitting after this summer's European Championship.
Photos released by the police showed the statue seemed to have been buried for a long time, and bore signs of damage from digging tools.
Greece: Heavy rainfall leads to discovery of ancient bronze bull figurine, a votive offering made to Zeus
Greece’s Culture Ministry said on 19 March that the small, intact figurine was found after an archaeologist spotted one horn poking out of the ground following recent rainfall in the area.
Amid coronavirus pandemic, historical theatre shows in Greece go online ahead of bicentennial celebrations
To commemorate the bicentennial of the 1821-1832 Greek War of Independence, several historical theatre productions were lined up in Greece, including the Greek National Opera’s new production of “Despo,” one of the events marking 200 years since the war that resulted in Greece’s independence from the Ottoman Empire and rebirth as a nation.
There were no immediate reports of injuries. Local officials reported some structural damage, mainly to old houses and buildings that saw walls collapse or crack
Sofia Bekatarou said she hoped the reaction marked a turning point for Greek society, which often seems resigned to official cronyism and impunity.
Of the 1,035 people injured in the 7.0 magnitude quake, 137 remained hospitalised on Wednesday, Turkey’s Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency said
Toll in Turkey, Greek island earthquake rises to 57; 70-year-old man pulled out alive from collapsed building
Over 900 people in Turkey have been injured in the Friday afternoon earthquake, which was centered in the Aegean northeast of the Greek island of Samos
As a result of the 6.9 magnitude quake, a small tsunami struck the Seferihisar district south of Izmir province in Turkey, causing floods in the area
At least 12 people were killed in Izmir, Turkey’s third-largest city, including one who drowned, while two teenagers died in Greek island of Samos after being struck by a wall that collapsed
The court granted suspended sentences to five of the party's 18 former lawmakers who were convicted of lesser charges
Greek court sentences leadership of far-right Golden Dawn to 13 years in prison for running criminal enterprise
The landmark ruling follows a five-year trial of dozens of top officials, members and supporters of Golden Dawn, which was founded as a neo-Nazi group in the 1980s
Golden Dawn guilty of running criminal organisation, rules Greek court; neo-Nazism threat remains as similar political outfits emerge
The three-judge criminal court tied the party to a string of attacks, including the fatal stabbing in 2013 of a left-wing rapper Pavlos Fyssas
'I was scared for my life': Manchester United defender Harry Maguire opens up on his arrest in Greece
Maguire's brother Joe and friend Christopher Sharman were also found guilty on a range of charges and sentenced to 13 months in prison, suspended for three years.
Hagia Sophia was previously a museum and most Greeks view it as central to their Orthodox Christian religion: church bells tolled in mourning across Greece on Friday
The landmark served as one of Christendom's most significant cathedrals, a mosque and a museum before its conversion back into a mosque by a high court in Turkey this year