Ancient DNA Sheds Light on Europe’s Hunter-Gatherers
Two new investigations have been undertaken by researchers into the DNA of hunter-gatherers who lived in Europe during the last Ice Age. The results of these studies provide the most in-depth information regarding their migrations so far. Researchers were able...
Ice Age Europeans Sought Refuge in Spain, But Met Their End in Italy
New research has revealed the huge impact that climate change and migration had on early human populations in Europe. The study’s findings highlight the incredible resilience of our ancestors in the face of dramatic climate change. It also sheds light...
Tensions Mount Between Ethnic Serbs and Albanians in Kosovo
Tensions are escalating between the Serb minority and the Albanian majority in Kosovo, prompting the Serbian armed forces to enter a state of high alert. Serbian military intervention is unlikely but remains a distinct possibility. Northern Kosovo is the epicenter...
Greece’s Pivotal Role In SEE Cooperation
European officials asserted Greece's pivotal role in the region, following the conclusion of the South-East European Cooperation Process summit.
Meet “Balkumbia,” the Band Making ‘Rebetiko’ Popular in Latin America
It is Greek music, as well as Lithuanian, South American, Turkish and much more. This is the unique sound created by fusion band Balkumbia.
Pompeo Solidifies US-Greek Relations in Visit with Foreign Minister Dendias
Greece and the United States reaffirmed their excellent bilateral relations and mutual desire to further deepen cooperation in a series of areas on Monday, in a meeting of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Greek Foreign Minister Dendias. The areas...
Albanian and Kosovar Leaders Mull ‘Greater Albania’ by 2025
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama stoked controversy on Monday following a meeting in the city of Peja, Kosovo between representatives of the Albanian and Kosovo governments. Rama spoke forcefully about the ongoing efforts of the two sides to achieve the unification of...
Expansion of Balkans' Only Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal in Attica
Greece officially opened the third tank for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) on the small island of Revithousa, off of the coast of Athens, on Thursday. George Stathakis, Greek Environment and Energy Minister, spoke at the opening ceremony for the project, saying it was...
Bulgarian PM: 'Greek-Bulgarian Relations Example for all Neighbors'
Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Boyko Borisov stated on Monday that Greek-Bulgarian cooperation serves as an example for other neighbors. These remarks were made during his address to the 3rd Euro-Arab Summit in Athens. "We will always be good friends with Greece...
Greece Promoting Stability in the Balkans, Says Tsipras at the UN
Greece is actively promoting stability and economic growth in the Balkans via a political solution that unlocks the area's potential to join the European Union and other international groups, said Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday, speaking at the...