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Imvros to Have Greek Kindergarten Open in 2017

Three Greek five-year-olds on the Aegean island of Imvros, or Gökçeada in Turkish, are going to get the chance to go to a Greek...

Berlin, the City With Unexpected Greek Flair!

There are many interesting things to do while in Berlin, Germany, and it might surprise you that much of the sights you are about...

Two Greek Humanitarian Projects on the Shortlist for the 2016 European Civil Society Migration...

On December 15 the winners of the eighth European Civil Society Prize on Migration will be announced and this year's shortlist of nominees includes...

‘Gods and Heroes of Ancient Greeks’ Exhibition in Moscow Displays Ancient Treasures

A bronze medal depicting a 2nd century BC bust of Athena Promachos is currently on display in the Gods and Heroes of Ancient Greeks...

Greek To Be Taught as Foreign Language in Russian Schools Starting January 1, 2017

According to sources, the Russian Minister of Education, Olga Vasilieva recently signed and approved the Greek language into the curriculum of Russian schools. Starting January...

EU Parliament Solidly Votes to Halt Turkey’s EU-Membership Talks

According to Reuters, on Thursday members of the European Parliament voted overwhelmingly in favor of an immediate temporary halt to EU-membership talks with Turkey,...

Turkish Family Looking After Historic Pontic Greek Church

For generations a group of ethnic Greeks called Pontic Greeks lived along the shores of what is now known as the Black Sea. However,...

Bartholomew I, Archbishop of Constantinople Pens Congratulatory Letter to President-Elect Trump

Bartholomew I, Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch, is the latest of world organization leaders to congratulate U.S. President-Elect Trump. His Holiness recently wrote...

Erdogan Makes Veiled Threat to Unleash 3 Million Refugees into the EU

While speaking to Al Jazeera, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Europe wouldn't know what to do if the 3 million refugees currently...

Anti-depressant Medicine Dating Back 1,300 Years Discovered in Ancient Greek City

It seems that even back in the ancient times people were prone to depression as archaeological finds from the Ancient Greek city of Bathonea,...