Two Greek Monuments Win European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Award 2016

The Byzantine Church of St. Peter in Kastania, Mani and the traditional watermill in Agios Germanos, Prespes, are among the winners of the European...

Turkey on Edge as Migrants Return

When the first boatload of deported migrants arrived Monday at the Turkish port of Dikili, a small group of Turkish human rights activists turned...

Commission Unveils Plans to Overhaul Asylum System and Migration Policy

  The European Commission announced a series of measures to change the bloc's asylum process and restructure the European Union's migration policies. In a joint press...

Athos: The Holy Mountain Goes to Moscow

The photo and engraving exhibition "Athos:The Holy Mountain," which is taking place for the 1000-year-old presence of Russians on the Holy Mountain in addition...

Europe Prepares to Deport Migrants

On Monday, the European Union and Greece are scheduled to begin sending migrants, including Syrians, from the Greek Isles to Turkey under a deal...

Greek Violinist Leonidas Kavakos Receives Prestigious Music Award [video]

The outstanding Greek violinist Leonidas Kavakos will be receiving the Leonie Sonning Music Prize in Copenhagen, Denmark in January 2017. This prestigious award, is essentially...

Experts: Global Terror Threat Calls for More Coordination

European government officials say the Brussels attacks on March 22nd highlight the need to more swiftly share information among governments and intelligence services. In California,...

EU Ministers Ask for Fast Completion of Legislation to Tackle Terrorism

European Union's justice and interior ministers who met in Brussels on Thursday following the terrorist attacks in the city said they want to speed...

Poland the First EU Member State to Refuse to Accept Refugees in the Aftermath...

Poland is the first country to refuse to accept refugees after the terrorist attacks in Brussels which left over 30 people dead and hundreds...

EU Heads of State, Institutions Say Brussels Terror was ‘Attack Against Open Society’

The EU heads of state or government and the leaders of EU institutions issued a joint statement on Tuesday condemning the terror attacks in...