A special EU-Turkey summit meeting in Brussels concluded in an agreement on Sunday (29.11), where Turkey will help stem the flow of migrants to Europe in return for 3 billion euros cash, visa-free travel for Turks to Europe and renewed EU entry talks…

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In the midst of the financial crisis George Tsolis, a young Greek with innovative ideas in the fisheries sector, in cooperation with his partner, Lefteris Arapakis, managed to establish ENALEIA, the first school for professional fishing in Greece an…

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Louis Tikas (born 1886 as Elias Spantidakis in Loutra, Crete) was a Greek-American immigrant, coal miner and unionist who lost his life fighting for labor rights in early 20th century America. He was the main labor union organizer at the Ludlow camp…

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Government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said that Greek authorities have received hundreds of applications for aid from people affected by the Attica fires.

In a press briefing on Tuesday afternoon, Tzanakopoulos said that some 429 applications f…

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The issue of the overhaul of the pension system in Greece is by far the most important and at the same time sensitive reform topic to date, especially with the Greek society experiencing a major exhaustion from the continuous austerity measures impos…

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A retrospective exhibition dedicated to one of the most popular visual artists of 20th-century Greece, Yannis Moralis (1916-2009), will be hosted at the Benaki Museum (Pireos str. building), from 20 September 2018 to 5 January 2019, featuring paintin…

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One of the greatest challenges for young entrepreneurs and producers in Greece today is how to broaden the distribution of their innovative products within Greece and enter markets abroad. 
 
Yoleni's, the largest online delicatessen in G…

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The Athens Science Festival returns to the Technopolis City of Athens on April 24-29, 2018 to show that borders have no place in science. The festival is devoted to Science and Innovation and has been held on a yearly basis since 2014. Its organisers…

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This May, the art of dance is celebrated at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation (MCF), through two much-anticipated productions: “Babel” by acclaimed choreographer Konstantinos Rigos and the Oktana Dancetheatre group (May 29-June 1) and &ld…

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The research and cultural programme Tragedy 2.0, an international collective exploration of the paradoxical encounter between Ancient Greek tragedy and the digital era, takes place at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation on 2-18 October 2018. The progra…

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