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Shooting Starts for Greek-Turkish Co-produced Film, ‘Ismail and Roza’

A film titled "Ismail and Roza," an adaptation from Greek author Yannis Yanellis' novel of the same name, has begun shooting in Istanbul. The project is...

Greek Intercepts the Auction of Ancient Greek Amphora from 5th Century B.C.

Recently, an ancient Greek amphora from the 5th century B.C was due to be auctioned at Christie's London on Wednesday, July 6, 2016 for...

MPs Introduce Bill to Return Elgin Marbles to Greece [video]

After 200 years of Greece being robbed of its famous marble Parthenon sculptures, known around the world as the so-called "Elgin Marbles," it looks as...

Queens of Syria Film Reinterprets Euripides’ Trojan Women [video]

A theatrical performance like no other is taking place at the Young Vic in London England, where a group of Syrian women are re-telling a...

Greeks in UK Rush to Migration Agencies for Citizenship Following Brexit

In the years leading up to the UK's EU referendum vote on Brexit, EU citizens didn't have to worry about their livelihoods or their...

European Parliament Discusses Replacing FRONTEX with New Agency

The full revision of the EU border agency FRONTEX’s mandate and its renaming to European Border and Coast Guard (EBCG) to allow for a...

Making a Difference: Donating Bras to Refugee Women in Greece’s Camps

  All it takes is one person to step forward from the crowd to make a difference in the lives of thousands. This is exactly what...

Jewish Extremists Disrupt Pentecostal Prayers of Greek Orthodox Leaders on Mount Zion

In accordance to various agreements, Christians are able to observe communal worship in the Cenacle on Mount Zion five times a year, including the important...

#TeamRefugees: Heroic Syrian Refugee Who Saved 20 Lives, Will Swim at Rio 2016 [video]

Yusra Mardini has already proven what she is made of as the 18-year old swimmer from Syria saved the lives of 20 fellow refugees...

The Story of the Karamanlides: Orthodox, Turkish-Speaking People Native to Anatolia

Starting as far back as 1071, Turks began their settlements in Anatolia and shortly after, dominated the vast majority of the region, excluding the...