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...

Four Greek Films in Karlovy Vary Festival

Four Greek films will be featured at the 48th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic, that takes place from June 29...

New Ancient Sarcophagi Discovered in Bursa, Turkey Could Mean Area Is Necropolis From Late...

An olive grove in Bursa, Turkey has revealed what experts are hoping is just the beginning to a treasure trove of ancient Greek archaeology. In...

Charalambous Joins Downton Abbey Cast

The 27-year-old Cypriot Ioannis Charalambous came to London to study Marketing. He gave it up for acting and now he's in the cast of...

“We Live in A Post-War Period”

Something Will Happen, You’ll See, the new book by Christos Oikonomou, which won the National Short Story Award 2011, has been recently translated into...

Greek Film Festival in London

The submission period for the annual London Greek Film Festival has already started and will last until May 23. The festival is to take...

Yorkshire Sculpture Park Transformed Into Ancient Greek University

Hester Reeve, a lecturer in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, is working with local groups to create a series of free activities at...

“The Cleaners” Film on Golden Dawn Awarded in Sarajevo

In the framework of the 19th Sarajevo Film Festival, the film The Cleaners by Konstantinos Georgousis, which is a disquieting look at the racist...

Europa Nostra Awards Announced

The winners of the 2013 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards were unveiled today by the European Commission and Europa Nostra. The...

1st Divine Liturgy Held for Victims of 1955 Pogroms Against Greek Orthodox Turks

A memorial Divine Liturgy was held at the Yeniköy Panayia Greek Orthodox Church in İstanbul on Sunday for the first time in Turkey to...