Almost one in two (44.3%) Greek respondents in the World Values Survey (WVS) said they believe hell exists. The latest poll, which began in 2017 and ended in 2021, was part of a global project that has been around since 1981.
Jeff Koons, the most expensive artist in the world right now, was sitting in the audience at the opening of his “Lost in America” retrospective in Doha when the president of the Art for Tomorrow conference, Achilles Tsaltas, took the microphone and asked: “Will you come a find yourself in Greece?”
It was the habit of American presidents to take their breakfast at the Willard Hotel, just a block from the White House. The lobby would always be packed with people who wanted a few moments of their time – and thus lobbyists were born.
Greece’s population is set to decline over the next 20 years, and to shrink by 24% by 2100 to 8.1 million, according to research by the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) presented at the Demographics 2022 conference in central Athens.
Pope Francis Pope Francis visited the Reception and Identification migrant center on Lesvos on Sunday and called on the world to not forget the refugee and migrant crises during his speech in the presence of Greek officials and 92 refugees who live in the camp.the Reception and Identification migrant center on Lesvos on Sunday.
At the arrival of Pope Francis at the Athens Archdiocese, and as he was walking inside the headquarters of the Church of Greece, an elderly priest shouted “Pope, you are a heretic,” before he was removed by police.
When Pope John Paul II came to Greece in May 2001 it was the first time a Roman Catholic leader had visited the country since the Great Schism of 1054 divided Christianity into Eastern and Western branches.
As World Children’s Day is marked Saturday, Greece remains one of the three European Union member-states with the highest risk of children living in poverty or social exclusion, according to UNICEF’s Country Office in Greece.
A prosecutor has ordered the investigation of a now suspended health supervisor at a hospital in Thessaloniki in northern Greece who apparently encouraged a 51-year-old female Covid patient not to get intubated before she died last week.