Latest Greek News: Europe

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Cars from across northern Greece are queuing outside Skopje, while it was found that the Greek state has suffered more than 13 million euros from...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin, at his annual question-and-answer session with the public, assured that the legitimate rights and interests of the Crimean peoples displaced during...

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Under the slogan "We are the other Europe. Everything else is Troika", the "Another Europe with Tsipras” campaign for the forthcoming European elections got underway in Rome on...

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An exhibition of paintings titled Greece in the consciences and hearts of Serbian painters, by art historian Nikola Kusovac, was opened in the large...

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A statue, believed to be the ancient Greek goddess Demeter, has been unearthed at an illegal excavation in Simav, western Turkey. The statue, weighing in at 610kg...

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The Galerie Lefebvre & Fils, bringing together eleven ceramics artists from around the world, presents a show entitled Tout feu Tout flamme from March 19...

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Yannis Mavritsakis' play Vitrioli, directed by Olivier Py, will represent the Greek National Theater at the 68th Avignon Festival, in southern France. The festival is one of...

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The Consulate General of Greece in Istanbul and Istos publishing house will hold a two-day workshop for translation from Greek to Turkish in Istanbul...

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Marking the Greek EU Presidency, Greek Film Week will take place from April 23 to 28 in Belgrade, under the title "Images from the past,...

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Over the years, the Greek nation has acquired many names; Hellenes, the Latin Graeci (Greeks), the Turkish Yunan. By late Antiquity, the Greeks referred...

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Data from Turkey's Culture and Tourism Ministry ranks Istanbul's Hagia Sophia as the country's second-most-visited monument this year, at a time when Turkish nationalists seek to turn this...

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A cultural club from the Greek island of Chios will represent Greece in the International Folk Dance Festival in Istanbul which is held by...