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‘The Elgin Marbles Don’t Belong to Us,’ Says British Writer

“For years I have argued against holidays and giving back the Elgin Marbles. I was wrong about both,” said the British award-winning writer and...

Greece’s Record-High MEP Candidates in 2014 Euro Elections

After the record-high number of 360,000 candidates in the 2014 regional and municipal elections, Greece also tops the candidate number for the forthcoming euro...

Greece’s Top Visitors for Summer 2014

The economic crisis seems to be affecting people's vacation decisions, thus constantly changing the expectations of tourism flow in Greece this summer. However, according...

London: Europe Day Celebrations with Greek Touch

This year’s Europe Day was celebrated in London with a concert by the European Union Youth Orchestra held in St John's church on May 9...

Trivago: Greece Among Cheapest European Destinations

Greece is the fourth cheapest European holiday destination this May, according to a survey by online travel agency Trivago. Despite an increase of 14.1% on the...

Austrian Die Presse Praises Greek Cyclades

The Austrian newspaper “Die Presse” published a five-page tribute to the Greek islands of Santorini, Milos, Naxos and Paros entitled “Cyclades, Volcanic Worlds.” The author...

Poll Shows SYRIZA Euro Victory in Greece But Right Wing Lead

A survey by PollWatch about May's euro elections shows a right-wing lead overall, despite a predicted victory in Greece for socialist SYRIZA. The survey, conducted across all 28 EU...

EU Launches Fund for the Most Deprived

The European Union has launched a new fund for people in need from 2014 to 2020. The new Fund for European Aid to the Most...

Dismissed Greek Cleaners Join European Protest in Brussels

Three dismissed cleaning employees from the Greek Ministry of Finance participated in a European trade union rally in the center of Brussels. The rally that...

Olive Wreaths for Paris Marathon Winners

The winners of the Paris Marathon were for the first time offered symbolic olive wreaths from trees planted at the Tomb of Marathon. The 38th...