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Thousands Honor Greek Victims of the Holocaust in ”March of The Living”

The 31st ''March of the Living'' taking place in Poland on Thursday, honors the thousands of Greek citizens who died in Nazi Germany's concentration camps during the Holocaust of World War II. On Yom Hashoah day, or the Day of...

Getting to Know Warsaw’s “Filoksenia”

Welcome to Warsaw, Poland -- where history and modern times collide in a beautiful display of buildings, museums and art! Warsaw is one of the top ten fastest-growing European cities, and is known for its spin on Greek “filoksenia”,...

Greek Evzones Honored in Warsaw Photo Exhibition

Greece's Evzone  Presidential Guard soldiers are being honored in a photography exhibit currently on display in the Polish capital of Warsaw, commemorating the 150th anniversary of the formation of the Guard. North Events and "Hermes", the Association of Greek Entrepreneurs of Poland,...

Greek Wine to Dominate Tourist Exhibitions in Poland’s Warsaw

Greek wine will dominate the tourist exhibitions 4th Grecka Panorama and 3rd Greek Food Show in Warsaw, from November 30 to December 2. The exhibitions will be organized by North Events with the view to highlighting and supporting the major...

Greece Qualifies in Eurobasket Top-16 after Beating Poland in the Nick of Time

The Greeks had five games to show some muscle and prove they belong in the top tier of European basketball, and they used the last quarter of their last Eurobasket 2017 group game to finally do it. Coach Kostas Missas' players...

Almost Six in Ten Greeks in Favor of Banning Muslim Migrants

Almost six in ten Greeks (58%) agree with the notion of banning Muslim migrants from entering the country, while 55% of Europeans share the same view, a study shows. The survey, published in Britain's Independent, was conducted by Chatham House...

Poland the First EU Member State to Refuse to Accept Refugees in the Aftermath of Brussels Attacks

Poland is the first country to refuse to accept refugees after the terrorist attacks in Brussels which left over 30 people dead and hundreds injured. Prime Minister Szydlo said it is “not possible” to honor a refuge deal with the...

Racist Delirium on Polish Magazine Cover

While Greece received thousands of refugees in the past year -- with a large number of them taking their last breath in the sea - and despite the fact that the international community has expressed its compassion towards this...

Greek PM Tries to Prevent Closing of Border with FYROM

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is making efforts to prevent the closing of the border with Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as Eastern European states demand as a measure to stem migrant inflow. Eastern European leaders reportedly are set to...

Greek Opera Opens Theatre Circle in the Cultural Capital of Europe

The opera "Insenso," written by Dimitris Dimitriadis, and directed by Peter Sevastikoglou, will open the theatre circle for Wroclaw, Poland, January 15, 2016. Wroclaw is considered the cultural capital of Europe. In the theater of the renovated old train station in...