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Turkish President to Bargain Halki Theological School for Mosque in Thessaloniki

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that he would allow the re-opening of the Theological School of Halki if Greece allows at least one...

German TV Show Supports Greece’s Claims Over Debt and Distomo Massacre

German television show "Die Anstalt" aired an excellent 15-minute sketch on the Greek debt and the creditors' demands, concluding with Greece's rightful claims for...

Germans Protect Greek Restaurant from Racist Attacks

The Mayor and citizens of Kirchseeon in Germany joined together to support the owners of a Greek restaurant who have been receiving threatening racist...

Hundreds of Kurds Honor Body of English-Greek Ex-Marine Who Fought ISIS

Hundreds of Kurds mobbed the hearse carrying ex-Marine Konstandinos Erik Scurfield when his body arrived at Manchester Airport. Scurfield was killed fighting against the Islamic...

Jeroen Dijsselbloem Confronted by Greek Students [video]

Jeroen Dijsselbloem came face-to-face with Greek students who denounced austerity in Greece after an event at Delft University in the Netherlands. A student accused the...

The Aegean Sea ‘Travels’ to Rome

The great exhibition of the Natural History Museum of the Lesvos Petrified Forest "AEGEAN: The Birth of the Archipelago" is hosted at the Exhibition...

London: Greek Man Murdered Outside Waterloo Station [Update]

A 43-year-old Greek man was found brutally murdered near London’s Waterloo Train station, early in the morning on Saturday, January 3. According to London authorities, the...

‘Greece: Moments of Personal Happiness’ Photo Contest in Moscow

The Hellenic Cultural Center in Moscow is organizing an international photography contest called "Greece: Moments of Personal Happiness." The contest is in collaboration with two Russian...

British Museum to Loan More Parthenon Marbles

The British Museum is discussing to loan more Parthenon sculptures to foreign museums, after loaning the statue of god Ilissos to Russia's State...

The British Lend the Parthenon Marbles, But Not to Greece

A part of the Parthenon Marbles exhibited at the British Museum will travel for the first time ever, but not to its place of...