Yesterday (04.11) Greece carried out the first relocation of asylum seekers from its territory to Luxembourg, part of an EU-approved plan to ease the burden on border nations inundated by this year's influx of hundreds of thousands of refu…

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Greece’s largest telecommunications providerOTE is to play a key role in the development of a network providing internet connection on flights over Europe.
 
British satellite companyInmarsat has chosen the centre of satellite c…

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In our weekly Culture Agenda: The Chocolate Factory and Museum comes to Athens,  "Cinethesia" in Syros, Mario Merz at the Cycladi Arct Museum and "Swan Lake" at the Piraeus Municipal Theatre…

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On a two-day visit to Athens to evaluate implementation of the Greek economic programme and discuss the first package of ‘prior actions’ with Greek officials, the European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici n…

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Robert Ladrech, Professor of European Politics at Keel University, in his recent policy brief for the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), titled "Greece and Europe: Analyzing the current and political landscape", talks about the 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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On October 31, the South as a State of Mind arts journal published the first of a series of special issues on the documenta 14 exhibition. The series will run until the exhibition’s opening in Athens and Kassel in 201…

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In today’s article "Greece's Economy is in the Recovery Room", Bloomberg’s columnist Leonid Bershidsky argues that the Greek economy "has been doing better than expected despite its customary slowness in responding to creditor…

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In our Weekly Conference Calendar : Tourism, Education, Technology and a very interesting Show!…

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