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What we know about the Syria strikes

The US, UK and France coordinated to launch strikes against targets within Syria in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack by the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.

Saharan dust will become normality, scientist says

The clouds of Saharan dust that have recently lowered over Greek skies are yet another phenomenon associated with climate change and could be here to stay, atmospheric physicist Christos Zerefos said in statements to the Athens-Macedonian…

Scientists discovered ‘invisible’ organ related to cancer

The human body continues to surprise us: Scientists in the US - including a gastroenterologist of Greek descent - have announced that they have discovered a new organ, which appears to play a role in various common diseases such as cancer.

Kim Jong Un’s trip to China shows strong ties

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and Chinese President Xi Jinping sought to portray strong ties between the two allies, confirming Kim's secret trip to Beijing on Wednesday. 

Egypt holds Presidential elections

Egyptians began voting Monday in an election that virtually guaranteed another term for President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, who faced only a token opponent in balloting. The entire process will last three days, a stretch apparently designed to…

Russian diplomats expelled all over the world

On Monday, Western nations decided to expel en masse Russian diplomats, believed to be spies, punishing Moscow over its alleged involvement in the poisoning of ex-intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter.