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Juncker Reveals “Death Threats” from Greece

Luxembourg Prime Minister and top eurozone fixer Jean-Claude Juncker told the European Parliament late Monday he has received "death threats" by mail from Greece. "What can you say to the Greeks? It's a good question I often ask myself, because...

ECHR Αsks Turkey to Pay 1,3 mln Euro to Greek Cypriot Plaintiff

The European Court of Human Rights awarded 1,3 mln euros to Kostas Kalisperas for pecuniary and non-pecuniary damage, based on an ECHR judgment of 22 September 2009 on the case of “Andreas Loizou and others v. Turkey”, for the...

European Union Νeeds Skilled Workers

New research shows that the European Union risks being left behind in the global competition for skilled engineers and scientists. The study by Business Europe states that the inflow of graduates in science and technology is falling across the 27-member...

New Acropolis Museum Photo Exhibition Hosted in Belgrade

The Belgrade and Bucharest Centre of the Hellenic Foundation for Culture will participate in the events celebrating "Museums Night". The event will be organized in the Serbian and Romanian capital on the 14th of May, with a photo exhibition...

Not Complying with EU Common Agricultural Policy Costs Greece 260 Million Euros

Breaking the rules of the Common Agricultural Policy (PAC) will turn out to be costly for Greece. Brussels today asked member states to pay back 530 million euros, and Greece has to pay more than any other country. Greece...

EU Health Ministers Meet in Budapest Regarding Illegal Migrants

Four European Union Ministers - among them Greek Health Minister Andreas Loverdos - on Tuesday asked the European Commission to take necessary action to safeguard public health from the dangers posed by illegal migrants. The issue was raised by the...

EU Court Condemns Greece in Case Involving Illegal Minor

Today the European Court of Human Rights condemned Greece for not having provided adequate care and for having illegally detained an unaccompanied minor who was seeking asylum. The case involves a 15-year-old Afghan orphan, who arrived illegally to the island...

EU Court of Justice Fines Greece 3 Million Euros

The European Court of Justice has sentenced Greece to a 3 million euro fine for waiting too long before implementing the EU directive that makes it easier for crime victims in the EU from another member State to get...

“We invented both democracy and demagogy”

Former Foreign Minister of Greece Dora Bakoyannis visited Turkey today to attend a conference on "Women and Politics in Europe and Turkey"g by KA-DER, an NGO defending women's rights at Bilgi University. On an exclusive interview with Turkish news...

FYROM Confronts Greece at the International Court of Justice

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is ready to confront Greece before the International Court of Justice in the Hague. The hearings began today and end on March 30th. In its application, FYROM requests the ICJ to determine that Greece...