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Skopje Might Change Name of “Alexander the Great” Airport

The possibility that the new government of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) might change the name of "Alexander the Great" Skopje airport, was...

Greeks Excel at Tourfilm Festival in Zagreb (video)

"Sitia - So Hard to Say Goodbye" was the Greek tourism film that won the award for best film under 3 minutes, in the...

Archaeologists Search for Traces of Ancient Temple of Athena in Turkey’s Manisa

Archaeologists have started excavation works in order to unearth the Temple of Athena in the ancient city of Aigai, in the Yuntdağı region of...

Cozy Greek Day: Exhibition in Brussels

The City of Brussels, in cooperation with the Embassy of Greece in Belgium and the Greek community, is organizing an outdoor event - exhibition...

Cardiff Uni to Translate, Publish Ancient Athens Inscriptions of UK Collections

All the stone inscriptions from ancient Athens in UK collections are to be presented in English translations for the first time, thanks to a...

Belgian Viewer Complains about Company Removing Cross from Greek Church in Ad Photo

"I am outraged that the Lidl stores that sell Greek products, erase photos of Greece, part of its landscape and its culture," a viewer...

Greek Community Complaints about Plan to Demolish their Homes in Albania

The Greek community in Himara, Albania, has complained about a mass Albanian government demolition plan that puts their homes at risk, according to Epirus...

Budget Airline easyJet to Relocate to Austria and Change Its Name

UK-based budget airline easyJet is to change its name and relocate to Vienna, Austria  in order to protect its European rights after Britain's departure...

Five Greek MPs in Albanian Parliament

Five out of eight Greeks who ran in Albania's Sunday elections managed to get elected, with Vangelis Dules, President of the Human Rights Party...

New French Education Minister to Promote Latin and Ancient Greek in Schools

The new French National Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer, 52, said that he wants to promote Latin and Ancient Greek in schools. Speaking to BFM TV on...