Czech PM Asks Samaras About Spy Case

Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas discussed the case of two Czech men charged with spying in Greece with his Greek counterpart Antonis Samaras on...

Ban on Restaurant Refillable Olive Oil Bottles

The European Union is going to ban small glass bottles used for serving olive oil in many restaurants across Europe, with the thought that...

Refugees Scramble to Reach Europe Before Winter

The U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, reports a spike in arrivals in Greece as a result of a last minute scramble by refugees and migrants...

French Clinics Offer Job to Greek Doctors

Vitalia, the second largest private hospital group in France with forty-seven healthcare facilities throughout the country, offers employment opportunities to Greek doctors of every...

Ancient Greek Tragedy of Euripides to be Staged at Estonian NO99 Theatre

Euripides’ masterwork “Iphigenia in Aulis”, to be staged at NO99 Theatre of Tallinn, is the very first Estonian production of the ancient Greek tragedy....

Greek National Theater in Avignon Festival

Yannis Mavritsakis' play Vitrioli, directed by Olivier Py, will represent the Greek National Theater at the 68th Avignon Festival, in southern France. The festival is one of...

Cretan Cuisine Profiled in Switzerland

The newspaper of Lausanne “24 heures” highlights Cretan cuisine this month in Montreux, Switzerland. Three famous chefs of hotel “Elounda”, Antonis Petrellis, Nikos Zarzanis...

ECHR Orders Turkey To Compensate 2 Greeks

With a historic decision, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has obligated Turkey to pay a five-million euros compensation to two Greek citizens...

Greek Doctor Finds “Way” to Cure Leukemia in Great Britain

The way to the cure of an acute form of Leukemia opens the discovery of a Greek scientist. The hematologist Giorgos Vassiliou and his...

EU Agrees to Roll Over Greek Debt

After lengthy discussions, the EU Summit meeting finally came to an end, concluding to the rollover of the 110 billion euro EU loan for...