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By Keshia Jacotine, Monash University Eurovision began as an experiment by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) in 1956. At the time, the idea of having many...

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Eight Greek companies will represent Greece to the final of the "European Business Awards 2014/15" scheduled to take place on May 26 in London. Sponsored by RSM International for...

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The European Commission is planning to take a series of measures in order to deal with illegal migration and take strong actions against human smugglers. Ii...

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Athens' St. Catherine’s British Embassy School stood out at the "Generation €uro Students' Awards," a competition open to all secondary school students aged between 16 and...

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The European Investment Bank should use its financial power to make investments in infrastructure not only jumpstart the sinking Greece economy but also many other recession-plagued countries across the Continent.

Immigrants Greece Europe

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Frontex operations alone cannot be a solution to Europe's immigration problem as the agency does not have the scope or ability to address the causes of the current migration crisis.

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As migrants continue to die trying to cross the Mediterranean from North Africa, Europe says it wants to stem the flow by targeting the...

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Greek left wing politician and writer Manolis Glezos, widely known for climbing up to the Acropolis in May 1941 tearing down the Nazi occupiers’ swastika...

The Brussels group news machine

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In the heart of Europe lies a well-oiled media machine, which can distribute information to all major media outlets across the continent in a matter of hours, affecting major political outcomes.

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With Greece and its shaky future on the European table and the German press “embellishing” almost all of its top headlines with indirect comments about Greece’s controversial...