First Ever Greek Film Festival in Berlin, Sponsored by Marketing Greece

"Little England" will be the opening film at Hellas Filmbox Berlin, the first Greek film festival to take place in Berlin, Germany. The festival...

HolidayCheck Award 2016: The Most Popular Greek Hotels for German Tourists

The HolidayCheck Award Hotels 2016 have been decided: 681 hotels in 37 countries can celebrate winning this sought-after tourism audience prize. This is the...

Germany Registers 1.1 Million Migrants in 2015

Nearly 1.1 million people registered as migrants within the German borders last year. In figures released Wednesday, Germany said 428,468 migrants were part of the flood of...

German Foreign Minister: Better Control of EU Borders Needed

Europe needs better control of its borders, said German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Saturday, referring to cases of forged Syrian passports in the...

Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘The Lobster’ Nominated for Four European Film Awards

The film "The Lobster" by Yorgos Lanthimos has been nominated in four categories in the European Film Awards - Best European Film, Best European...

German Secret Service Monitoring the Greek Embassy in Berlin

The Greek Embassy in Berlin was among the list of services and diplomatic missions systematically monitored by the German secret services. The revelation came...

Europe’s Annual Thessalians Festival Took Place in Gütersloh, Germany

Europe's Thessalians gathered in the Stadthalle Hall at Gütersloh, Germany to celebrate the Jubilee (100 of Vasilis Tsitsanis). Led by the Thessaly Youth Europe...

Over 600 Greeks Treated at Mental Health Clinic in Berlin

More than 600 Greek patients are being treated in the Humboldt Municipal Outpatient Mental Health Clinic in Berlin's Wittenau district. Three out of four of...

Greece is ‘Partner Country’ of ANUGA Food Trade Show in Cologne

"It is in all of our interests that the economic potential of Greece finds its way back on track to a better future," the...

Merkel Rules out Tax Increases in Refugee Crisis

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday ruled out tax increases to help deal with the biggest influx of refugees since World War II. "We can...