Two hundred years ago, the UK bought sculptures from the Parthenon from the Earl of Elgin — it's time to send them back and here's why
Campaigners say allowing the reunification of the sculptures kept in London with those still in Athens could be a diplomatic coup for the UK as it negotiates Brexit
From adults-only beach retreats to a hip new address in the capital
Device created 2,000 years ago has been analysed using x-ray technology
Thomas is a double Olympic gold-winning Welsh track and road cyclist. He will be competing for Team Sky at the Revolution Series in London on 14 November (cyclingrevolution.com)
World View: Residents on Lesbos say the first Syriza government, which took power in January, did nothing about the refugees flooding through
Athens plays centre stage to a worrying political development
An act of sportsmanship by Greece coach Fernando Santos and team director Takis Fyssas saved Romania from the possibility of a forfeited 3-0 defeat in the first leg of their World Cup play-off last week, they have claimed.
Greek police have arrested Nikolaos Mihaloliakos, the far right leader Golden Dawn party today on charges of founding a criminal organisation, police officials announced.
Supporter’s killing of rapper last week has prompted protests across the country
Golden Dawn party denies a part in the murder of anti-fascist campaigner
Man admits to killing leftist hip-hop artist in the name of far-right party Golden Dawn
Greece has instituted a series of painful tax hikes, wage cuts and financial reforms in an effort to put its house in order
Highly-rated midfielder fears he has 'put an end to his career'
Otto Rehhagel, the German football coach who led Greece to victory in the 2004 European Championships was unmasked as Chancellor Angela Merkel’s latest weapon in a campaign to restore Berlin’s tattered image in Greece and Cyprus.
The player's insistence that he did not know the meaning of the gesture seems ridiculous