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Germany's Lufthansa To Double Flights To Athens Beginning June 15

In a sign pointing to a definitive recovery in Greek tourism, Lufthansa will double the number of its flights to Athens beginning on June 15. “By restoring a part of our flying service in June, the Lufthansa Group is also restoring...

A Greek Scientist’s Pioneering Work on Silicon Photonics

  Despoina Petousi, a young Greek scientist based in Germany who works on devices which enable high-speed internet, recently won the prestigious “Bertha Benz Prize” for 2018 for her groundbreaking research. The prize is aimed specifically at young female doctorate-level engineers who...

Greece Asks Southern States to Choose Germany as post-Brexit EU Agency Host

The Greek government is hoping to create a southern EU alliance for a vote in order to relocate a London-based EU agency to Germany's Frankfurt after Brexit. Deputy Foreign Minister Giorgos Katrougalos said he has contacted other European Union member...

Greek Schoolchildren in Frankfurt Put on Concert

A group of Greek schoolchildren from the European school of Frankfurt took the initiative to share their culture and perform a series of songs from famous Greek composers in front of their non-Greek classmates. The concert has been named "Songs from...

Schaeuble Strikes Again: Greece Not Living Within Its Means

Germany is opposed to Greek debt restructuring, with the German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble amping up rhetoric opposed to such a scenario. Speaking at a bank conference in Frankfurt the German minister reiterated his belief that Greece will not face a...

International Distinction for Aristotle University of Thessaloniki's Law School

The Law School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki ranked third among 60 other universities in an international competition for investment arbitration that took place in Frankfurt. The Greek students managed to prevail over universities with a much higher international ranking...

European 'Troika' Meeting in Frankfurt Over Greek 'Fiscal Gap' Proved Fruitless

The new bailout program for Greece continues to divide the country’s international creditors as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) refuses to go along with the reform guidelines proposed by Athens and EU officials. The position of the IMF is that...

Greece’s St. Catherine’s British School Excels in ECB Competition

Athens' St. Catherine’s British Embassy School stood out at the "Generation €uro Students' Awards," a competition open to all secondary school students aged between 16 and 19 who are keen on learning more about economics and monetary policy issues, winning the...

Anti-Austerity Rally to Take Place in Frankfurt

Thousands of people are expected to take part in the anti-austerity rally which will take place on March 18 in Frankfurt, in support of Greece and other countries that have been forced to live under austerity measures. The rally...

Greeks in Germany Organize Rally to Support Greek Gov’t

Greeks in Germany are calling on all the Diaspora members and European citizens to support the Greek government’s struggle against international creditors. Using the slogan “Europe with Democracy and Solidarity” they have organized a campaign through social media, in support of...