When French historians of ancient Greece conquered the world

Australians continue to study the celebrated funeral oration attributed to Pericles at school and at university. Often the French are surprised to learn this. For them, Australia is simply a distant land with fierce bushfires and very strange animals. Yet studying ancient Greece in Australia dates back to the arrival of Europeans two centuries ago.

A Dutch MH17 secret intelligence document leaked: Now all theories are going down

Until now, it was considered that Russia should be held responsible for the downing of the plane, which killed all passengers and crew members (a total of 283 passengers, including 80 children, and 15 crew members), as the aircraft was shot down over the territory of Ukraine controlled by rebels supported by Russia.

Tecau-Rojer duo through to quarterfinals at ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament

Romanian-Dutch duo Horia Tecau/Jean-Julien Rojer quickly qualified for the quarterfinals of the men's double of the ATP tennis tournament in Rotterdam - ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament, with prizes worth 2,013,855 euro, after defeating the pair made up of Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) / Nenad Zimonjic (Serbia), with a score of 6-2, 6-2.

INS: Foreign tourists arrivals from EU countries grew last year by 8.4 pct

Bucharest, Feb 9 /Agerpres/ - The number of arrivals of foreign visitors registered at the control points on Romania's borders was in 2019 over 12.815 million, an increase of 9.3 pct over the number recorded in 2018, of which 6.254 million (48.8 of the total) arrivals of foreign visitors from European Union countries (plus 8.4 pct), according to data centralized by the National Institute for St

Turkey, UK to hold talks on post-Brexit trade, Ankara Agreement valid for 2020: British ambassador

The Ankara Agreement and Customs Union with Turkey will continue during the Brexit transition period of 2020, and the two countries will work to sign a bilateral free trade agreement to be put into effect as of Jan. 1, 2021, British Ambassador to Ankara Sir Dominick Chilcott said on Feb. 7.