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Armenia, Greece, Turkey Under SHELTER

The SHELTER project took place in the Armenian city Tsaghkadzor, from March 12 to 19. It is about a trilateral youth exchange among Armenia, Greece and Turkey, with 11 young participants from each country. The intercultural youth exchange focused...

Avramopoulos on Hagia Sophia's Renovation

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is closely monitoring both the developments concerning Hagia Sophia of Istanbul and the reversal of the Turkish Government’s politics against Christian monuments in its dominion," reported the Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos in a document forwarded...

Jobless Greek Pilots Head for Turkey

Unemployed pilots in Greece have begun seeking jobs in Turkey due to the ongoing financial crisis, according to Turkish mass media. Many Greek citizens choose Antalya to work in various fields, especially in tourism. More than 10 pilots have asked...

19 High-Impact Entrepreneurs from Egypt, Greece, Indonesia, Lebanon, Mexico, Turkey and Saudi Arabia Join the Endeavor Network

Endeavor selected 19 High-Impact Entrepreneurs from Egypt, Greece, Indonesia, Lebanon, Mexico, Turkey and Saudi Arabia at its 47th International Selection Panel. Endeavor now supports 785 High-Impact Entrepreneurs from 489 companies in 14 emerging market countries. The entrepreneurs were chosen...

Golden Dawn Marks 1996 Imia Crisis

Chanting anti-Turkish and anti-American slogans, more than 5,000 supporters of Greece's neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party marched past the U.S. Embassy in Athens on Feb. 2 to to commemorate a 1996 island dispute that caused a crisis between Greece and...

Turkish Newspaper Zaman Athens' Exhibit

Zaman Turkish daily is celebrating its 25 years of circulation by organizing different events, including an exhibition running until Dec. 10 at the Technopolis Cultural Center in Athens. The exhibition entitled Türkiye'de Zaman translates as Time in Turkey and features...

Illegal Migrant Killed During Car Chase Near Border with Turkey

Greek police say an illegal migrant has been killed during a police chase near the border with Turkey in northeast Greece. Police gave chase Sunday morning to three cars, two carrying illegal migrants and an escort vehicle, when one of...

How Smyrna Was Burned to the Ground – 90 Years Later

The first fire broke out in the late afternoon of September 13, 1922, four days after the Turkish Army had entered the city. The blaze began in the Armenian quarter of the city, and spread quickly due to the...

NY Times: "Greece: The Back Door to Europe for Illegal Immigrants"

Another major newspaper reports on the increasing illegal migration through our Greek-Turkish borders. New York Times published a large article under the title “For Illegal Immigrants, Greek Border Offers a Back Door to Europe,” pointing out that our country...

Greek Tourism Minister Supports Cooperation between Greece and Turkey

The new Greek Minister of Culture and Tourism Olga Kefalogianni gave her first ever interview to Turkish daily Hürriyet Daily News supporting the strengthening of the bilateral cooperation between the two countries in terms of tourism. Tourism is one of...