Winston Churchill

The Greek people mark 28 October anniversary of great ‘OXI’, refusal to surrender to Mussolini

By George Gilson

"Until now we used to say that the Greeks fight like heroes. Now we shall say: Heroes fight like Greeks," Winston Churchill famously said, regarding tiny Greece's heroic battle against the forces of fascist leader Benito Mussolini and its refusal to surrender on 28 October, 1940.

Gerard Biard, Editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo: Fake News Has a Bright Future Ahead

It has been six years since the Islamist attack on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Twelve people lost their lives and millions mourned. "Je suis Charlie" became an expression of solidarity, and Charlie Hebdo a symbol of freedom of speech and press freedom. How did the events of January 2015 change Charlie Hebdo?

Stalin Square?

The lockdown restrictions in place combined with the Christmas break offer a rare opportunity for some reading. I recently finished a great book on the Yalta Conference before picking up a biography of Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Brexit Day feature story: People divided over what's happening tonight - celebration and bitterness

AGERPRES special correspondent Oana Ghita reports: Banners reading "Lead with facts, not leave with lies", "Let's make Brexit!", UK and EU flags - some stylized with lights instead of stars - were some of the props a group of several dozen gathered on Thursday evening near the British Parliament used to add some drama to their campaign.