Latest News: Europe

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Chobani has lost its appeal against Fage in the two companies’ long-running legal battle over the term “Greek yogurt.” The Court of Appeal today announced...

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A group of persistent, methodical Greeks with substantial knowledge of Greek food, Greek products and the conditions of modern marketing, have managed to create...

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Two artists from Spain inspired by the Greek mythology created a stunning art installation for the North West Walls Street Art Festival in Belgium. With...

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In Holland, there are many Greeks who work for many hours as unskilled laborers in greenhouses, farms, taverns and restaurants, while they are paid below...

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Relations between Greece and Albania enter a shaky ground as Tirana's upcoming administrative reform plans threaten the demographics of Greek minorities in Albania. The main problem appears...

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BBC published a not so flattering article regarding ancient Greek legends. The article's author, Armand d'Angour, associate professor of classics at the University of Oxford,...

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The Greek team of Robot Masters, which was awarded in the Open European Championship held in Pamplona, ​​Spain, charmed both the jury and participants. The Greek...

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Nikolaos Karanikolas, a Turkish citizen of Greek origin who lives permanently in the island of Imvros, was appointed to the municipal police. Karanikolas applied for...

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The Bradfield College is a British co-educational public school located in the small village of Bradfield, in the English county of Berkshire. The school was...

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A group of doctors in the UK, among them two Greeks, have successfully used a new method to hormonally stimulate ovaries in women that have...

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British children interested in history will have the chance to be archaeologists for one day at the Festival of Archaeology which is held from July 12...

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The “Manolis Kalomiris” choir from Greece won the Silver Diploma in the category “Mixed Choirs” at the 8th World Choir Games taking place in...