U.S. to Seek Data Protection for EU Citizens

(AP) — U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says the Obama administration will seek to introduce legislation granting European citizens the same privacy protection rights...

Greek Delegates For New Erasmus Program

The Mediterranean Universities Union (UNIMED), based in Rome has organized a conference under the title Student and Research Mobility as a Key Factor in...

German Economists Oppose Greek Debt Restructure

A debt restructuring in Greece and in Portugal “could blow the entire Eurozone up,” due to the big losses that it would bring to...

London: Europe Day Celebrations with Greek Touch

This year’s Europe Day was celebrated in London with a concert by the European Union Youth Orchestra held in St John's church on May 9...

Migrant or refugee? Why it matters which word you choose

By Charlotte Taylor* Across Europe, a debate is raging about how to describe the thousands of people escaping war and turmoil in their own countries and...

Focus Magazine Attacks Again!

After the previous cover pages depicting the Aphrodite of Melos island, making an obscene gesture and the Acropolis sinking, focus magazine "strikes" again against...

Uproar in Turkey Over Social Events at the Ancient Greek City of Ephesus

A fiery debate has been sparked in Turkey over the alleged use of the ancient city of Ephesus in the Aegean province of Izmir...

Greek EU Council Presidency Cost Less

From the moment the Greek government undertook the presidency of the Council of the EU, Greek officials stated that the budget of the presidency...

EU Seen Least Favorably by Greeks

A survey conducted by Pew Research Center showed that Greeks remain skeptical of various aspects of the European Union although the overall support of...

Eurostat: 31 percent of Greeks Live in Poverty

Eurostat in its last regional yearbook, has recorded an increase in the number of people at risk of poverty and social exclusion as well...