"Woman's Head" by Picasso and Mondrian's "Stammer Mill with Summer House" will go back on display nine years after they were stolen in January 2012.
The paintings were swiped during a high profile art heist nearly a decade ago.
An Orthodox priest facing a disciplinary hearing allegedly attacked bishops from Greece's Orthodox Church with caustic liquid Wednesday, injuring seven senior members of the church and three others.
Water dropping planes and firefighters have been deployed to fight Greece's wildfires near Athens.
Stipe called for closing bars except for outdoor seating, limiting gatherings, playing football without fans, and increasing testing.
Health and public policy faculty members wrote a column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper criticizing the college's handling of COVID-19.
Archaeologists have discovered 30 curse tablets down an ancient Athenian well. The tablets call on the gods of the underworld to do their bidding.
Milwaukee Bucks power forward Giannis Antetokounmpo announced Saturday he and his brother, Thanasis, will be starting a program for underprivileged children in Greece.
The NWS will be conducting several storm surveys over the coming days in Celina, New Madison, Laura, Dayton, and Laurelville.
An internal investigation is underway.
Paris joins Athens, Madrid and Mexico City in banning diesel by 2025.
Police found the device in a rucksack propped up against the shutters of the ministry.
Many had spent weeks stranded at the border with Macedonia.
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras had to rely on opposition parties to pass a bill consenting to the eurozone bailout
The find sheds new—and disturbing—light on Greek society.
A reform proposal from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was rejected by Eurozone officials
Yanis Varoufakis was dining with his wife when protesters threw "glass objects" and verbally abused him.
Greek prime minister shakes up negotiating team and takes controversial finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, out of the limelight.
Experts say that the last minute clamp down is too little too late.