Mother of Greek Assault Victim To Testify in Iceland Court Case

The mother of a Greek tourist, who was the victim of a severe physical assault in Reykjavik in May 2010, will testify in the...

“Omonoia” Proceeds With Census of Greek Minority in Albania

The organization of the Greek minority in Albania “Omonoia” announced the conduction of a census that will depict the dynamics of the Greek presence...

London 2012: Olympic Flame to Be Lit By Sun Rays

The Olympic Flame will be lit by the sun's rays on the morning of May 10th in Greece at the start of its journey...

Greek Foreign Minister Meets With Serb Counterpart In Belgrade

Greek Foreign Minister Stavros Dimas held talks with his Serb counterpart Vuk Jeremic while in Belgrade on Tuesday, with the focus mainly on Serbia's...

Italian Actor Οmero Antonutti: “I Owe My Cinema Career to Theo Angelopoulos”

“I owe my career in the cinema to Theodoros Angelopoulos” said Omero Antonutti to Greek news agency ANA-MPA. The Italian actor and protagonist of...

‘Sympossio Greek Gourmet Touring’ Travels to 7 European Countries

'Sympossio Greek Gourmet Touring', lasting from the 30th of January until the 17th of February, is a journey of Greek gastronomy in the big...

New Exhibition of Vangelis Tzermias At Hellenic Cultural Foundation in Berlin

The Hellenic Cultural Foundation branch in Berlin will be formally inaugurating a new exhibition entitled “No return” by Vangelis Tzermias on February 2, at...

Finnish Finance Minister Compares Greek Situation To Cancer

Finnish finance minister Jutta Urpilainen expressed her concern on Sunday over Greece, the troubled euro state which has repeatedly failed to meet the fiscal targets...

Wealthy Greeks of Switzerland Αre Skeptical Over Investing in Greece

Extensive talks are being held lately on the willingness of rich Greeks living abroad to help their debt-ridden homeland with investments that would boost...

New Bulgarian President Calls on Greece To Follow His Country’s Fiscal Example

Newly elected Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev advised Greece to cut at least 100,000 jobs in the immediate future in order to find a way...