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- 1914: The Greeks of Northern Epirus declare their independence in Argyrokastro.
- 1957: EOKA fighter Stylianos Lenas is wounded in a battle with British soldiers. He will die from his injuries on March 28.
- 1982: A law, giving civil wedding ceremonies equal status to religious ones in Greece, is introduced in the Hellenic Parliament.
- 2008: Ioannis Kasoulidis wins the first round of the Cyprus presidential elections with 33.51%. AKEL chairman, Dimitris Christofias places second with 33.29%. Incumbent President, Tasos Papadopoulos is surprisingly eliminated from the runoff as he places third with 31.79%.
- 2012: Armed robbers steal more than 60 artefacts from a museum in Olympia.
- 2013: In the Cyprus presidential elections, Nikos Anastasiades, the head of conservative DISY, receives 45.46% of the vote and advances to the runoff against AKEL candidate Stavros Malas who ends up with 26.91% barely edging out Giorgos Lillikas of EDEK.
- 1999: Nikos Polychronopoulos wins the gold medal at the European Juniors Billiard Championship in Murcia, Spain.
- 2007: Greek-Australian Michael Katsidis wins the World Boxing Organisation interim lightweight title by defeating Graham Earl.
- 2010: Michalis Stamatoyiannis breaks the Greek shot put indoor record with 20.36 in Athens. The old record stood for 24 years.
- 2018: AEK defeat Olympiakos 88-83 to lift the Greek Basketball Cup.
- 2019: Panathinaikos wins its 19th Greek Basketball Cup beating PAOK 79-73 in the final.
- 2019: AEK defeat Flamengo of Brazil 86-70 to lift the FIBA Intercontinental Cup.
- 1959: Petros Michos, footballer
- 1962: Giorgos Douros, international referee.
- 364: Jovian, Byzantine emperor
- 1936: Alexander Pantages, Greek-American businessman.
- 1946: Benjamin I, Patriarch of Constantinople
- 2023: Moses Elisaf, mayor of Ioannina, the first Jewish mayor of a Greek city.