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European Union leaders on Saturday chose Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk to chair their Council and named Italian Federica Mogherini to run the bloc's...

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A recent survey by Boston Consulting Group showed that the world's wealthy people represent just 0.7% of the global population and control 41% of...

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Hester Reeve, a lecturer in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, is working with local groups to create a series of free activities at...

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The differences between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYRoM) on the latter's name must be "resolved urgently," participants at an EU-Western...

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According to Greece's Foreign Ministry, the Greek Consulate in Mariupol, Ukraine, will urgently be transferred from Mariupol to Dnipropetrovsk, due to the hostilities in the region,...

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The Greek-Turkish Youth Orchestra presented pieces of the famous composer Mozart at Koç University, in Turkey on Thursday. The orchestra, led by Maestro Cem Mansur peformed "A...

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The time when newspapers used to report that Greeks were painting swastikas on images of Chancellor Angela Merkel, making German tourists feel unwelcome in Greece,...

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A recent article of Turkish newspaper "Hurriyet" revealed that a historic building in the town of Marmara, Turkey, which was being used as a Greek school in the 19th...

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Turkish newspaper "Hurriyet" proceeded with complaints over the extended loot of a Byzantine tomb known as Silivri Crypt, the desecration of the tomb and its conversion...

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The photography exhibition 'Ethiopia, Spiritual Imprints' by Greek artist Lizy Manola will open on August 30, 2014, at 6 PM, at the Officina dell'Arte...

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Trinity Island in the Gulf of Evia, near Athens, has been put on the market for a whopping €15 million. According to the British newspaper...

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Greek Gourmet & Wine Expo is the first Greek food and wine exhibition that will take place in Zurich, introducing Greek companies to the...