Maria Karamessini, President and Governor of the Greek Public Employment Agency (OAED) and Professor in Labour Economics and Economics of the Welfare State at Panteion University has given an interview to weekly newspaper Epohi ("Reducing unemp…

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Phoebe Giannisiborn in Athens, is the author of six books of poetry, including Homerica (Kedros, 2009) and Rhapsodia (Gutenberg, 2016). She also holds a PhD in Classics from Lyon ΙΙ-Lumière published as Récits des Voies…

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Dimitris Christopoulos is Associate Professor of State and Legal Theory at Panteion University of Athens and the President of the International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH). Christopoulos was elected in this position on August 2016 by…

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The 23rd Athens International Film Festival Opening Nights is here for twelve nights of cinema premieres, special screenings, events and parties. Opening Nights was founded by the Athens Film Society (a Non-Profit Organisation) with the intention of&…

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Germans feel that crises do not affect them, Axel Troost said, interviewed by Kaki Bali for the Sunday edition of Avgi newspaper (10.09.2017). Troost, member of the Bundestag and deputy chairman of Die Linke (The Left) Party, has an active interest…

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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras stressed the need to discuss Greece's future and the road to growth that lies ahead in his opening remarks of the traditional Premier's state-of-the-economy address on the inauguration of the 82nd Thessaloniki Internati…

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Athenians brace themselves for two days of heavy traffic, while over 2,000 police officers will be mobilized for the beefed-up security measures in the city during the two day visit of French President Emmanuel Macron, who arrives on today (07/09). G…

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In the wake of the 2016 celebratory year of ‘Greece in Russia and Russia in Greece’, at the inauguration of this year's International Book Fair in Moscow (06-10 Sept), the Greek Minister of Culture, Lydia Koniordou, will co-sign with Mikh…

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