Following a debate of five days in the Greek parliament, the 2016 budget was approved in the early hours of Sunday morning with a total of 153 SYRIZA- ANEL coalition MPs in favor of the budget plan, 145 opposition MPs against and two MPs be…

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A journey to four continents and 37 countries is promised to the visitors to the 6th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art under its title "Imagined Homes", through the works of 95 individual artists and groups participating in this year's main e…

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Parliamentary session (11.7.2017) regarding the outcome of the Conference on Cyprus, which was concluded a few days ago in Crans Montana (Switzerland), showcased that, although negotiations failed because of Turkey’s persistence in retaining in…

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The 56th Thessaloniki International Film Festival(TIFF) opens its gates November 6 to November 15 in Greece’s beautiful waterfront northern city, showcasing once again a selection of new and emerging filmmakers and awards for the best. Wit…

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In this week's "Culture Agenda" by Greek News Agenda (GNA):  “Eros” at the Athens Megaron for a double performance,  “Nikos Angelidis” at a solo exhibition, “Meet Me” event in Gazi, the 2nd Love Tattoo Fe…

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Valia Aranitou is Assistant professor at the Department of Political Science, University of Crete and Director of the Institute of commerce and services, National Confederation of Hellenic Commerce. Here are selected parts of her interview with Pavlo…

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3 books; 2 sociologists and 1 artist; Greece and Germany; The era of “Great Depression”:

Two social scientists and an artist juxtapose two different ways of speaking about society, science and art. Sociologists Nikos Panayotopoulos (Unive…

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The State of the Environment Report (SoER) for Greece for 2018 was published by the National Centre for the Environment and Sustainable Development (NCSD - EKPAA). The report’s aim is to offer an integrated assessment of the overall quality of…

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras at a Sunday rally (24.1) to mark a year of left-wing Syriza party in power defended his coalition government struggles with creditors and the conservative establishment in the past year and set the tone for the dif…

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Since the 1980s, media deregulation has increased the viewing choices for audiences in Greece but the absence of regulation policy has helped concentrate ownership. Private channels operated using temporary licensed frequencies, the authorities dealt…

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