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Number of Greek Students in Turkey Increased

An increasing number of Greek students choose Turkey for their undergraduate and postgraduate studies. According to the data by the Organization for Economic Co-operation...

Maria Ekmekçioğlu’s Greek &Turkish Recipes

The chef Maria Ekmekçioğlu has co-written a book that includes Greek and Turkish recipes, entitled Bir o yaka Bir bu yaka, which means This...

Aphrodite Statue Head Discovered in Turkey

A life-sized marble head of the ancient Greek goddess Aphrodite was discovered by a group of archaeologists at a site called Antiochia ad Cragum...

Greek Neo-Nazis Threaten Journalists

The electronic version of the German newspaper Spiegel published an article denouncing the fact that the Greek neo-Nazi Golden Dawn political party has filed...

Dolce & Gabbana Inspired by Greek Antiquity

In the Milan Fashion Week, that took place in Milan on September 22, the fashion duo Dolce&Gabbana presented their new collection for summer and...

Diaspora University Planned For Istanbul

On Sept. 16, the administration of the Central Girls School in Istanbul presented, during an event, its targets concerning the establishment of a Greek...

Anti-fascist Demonstrations Around Europe for Fyssas

A series of demonstrations concerning the anti-fascist hip-hop artist, Pavlos Fyssas’ murder by Giorgos Roupakias, supporter of the Greek political neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn,...

Byzantine Icons to Be Repatriated to Cyprus

The government of the Netherlands decided to give back to the Church of Cyprus four portable Byzantine icons that date back to the 16th...

Baltsa Sings Greek In Vienna Opera

The internationally renowned leading Greek mezzo-soprano, Agnes Baltsa, “the Greek with the angelic voice,” as the late famed conductor Herbert Von Karajan called her...

Handelssblatt Says Greeks Not Lazy

Despite statistics that show Greeks are at work more hours than Germans, or nearly as much in other surveys, the stereotype that Greeks are...