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Greece Pushes for Common Migration Policy

Greece is well aware that some European countries do not view a common migration policy as an immediate priority,  which is why the country will push for the implementation of a single asylum system and a more coordinated management...

DIE PRESSE: What We Don’t Want to Know About Greece

An article in the online edition of the Austrian newspaper, DIE PRESSE discusses the questionable success of the Greek bailout. The article attempts to shed light on facts neglected by the media and politicians.“Greece was not rescued. We cannot talk about...

Germany: Greek Community Honors Their Mayor

The Greek Diaspora of Munich honored their much beloved mayor on the Day of Epiphany, welcoming his support to old and new Greek immigrants, and Greece in general. Christian Ude is Lord Mayor of the German city of Munich for...

Greek Volunteer Wanted for Halkidiki Goldmine Case

A non-governmental organization based in Belgium is seeking for a Greek volunteer to help in planning the communication strategy, organize demonstrations and coordinate their teams in the case of the Greek gold mines in the northern Halkidiki peninsula, Greece. The...

Bruxelles: Athens Camerata Opening Greek EU Presidency

The music launch of the Greek EU presidency could not have found a better representative than the Armonia Atenea, The Friends of Music Orchestra, who will host a concert in Brussels inaugurating the festivities. The concert, will be held on...

Europe's "Hope Ceiling"

By Ioannis Patrikakis* The current state of affairs in the Euro zone clashes with the basic principles of Aristotelian Ethics philosophy. Aristotle is describing a "flourishing state of the mind," (Evdaimonia), as the perfect aspiration for all human beings. After...

4 of 10 Greeks Borrow Money to Pay Bills

The tough reality that hundreds of Greek households have to face due to the Greek Economic Crisis is depicted in a survey that was carried out by Trendbox, a Dutch independent research company. In this survey we can see...

Thessaloniki: Protest Against Skouries Gold Mine

A peaceful protest march against gold mining in Skouries, which is on the Chalkidiki peninsula, took place in the center of Thessaloniki, Greece on Saturday. The protest march was attended by thousands of people. March protests were also organized all...

Europe’s Most Romantic Hotel is in Santorini

There is a hotel in Fira, the modern capital of the Greek Aegean island of Santorini, which came first among 600 historic hotels in Europe. This hotel is no other than Aigialos Hotel in Fira Town of Santorini, in the...

Canadian Press Talks About Limitations on Cheese Names

Today the Canadian press talks about the limitations posed by the Canada-EU free-trade agreement on the use of the name “feta” and on cheeses like asiago, munster and gorgonzola. According to the article “Faux Feta? Trade deal to hit food...