Philip II of Macedonia Statue in Skopje Defies NATO

One day after NATO's statement that FYROM should solve the Macedonian name problem, before entering NATO, Skopje put up the statue of Philip II...

Theodoros Aggelopoulos Honored at Cannes Film Festival

Theo Aggelopoulos’s wife Phoebe was once again honored for having had such a great husband. She traveled to France to attend a Cannes festival...

Guardian: ‘Despite the Recession, Greeks Still Light the Olympic Flame’

"Despite the disintegration of their politics and economy, the Greeks can still light and nurture the Olympic flame," begins journalist Henry Porter of The...

Portugal: European Award Given to Cretan Beaches of Ierapetra

The Cretan town Ierapetra in the prefecture of Lasithi was awarded the Golden Pan-European Prize for the high quality of its beaches. The award...

Victoria Hislop: ‘I Was at the Party in Greece, Now I’m Sharing the Hangover’

Victoria Hislop is a best-welling British author of "The Island and The Thread" books, stories of which take place in Greece. She first visited Greece on holiday...

Paris Match: ‘Alexis Tsipras, The Man Who Scares Europe’

Two weeks after the May 6 elections, leader of left-wing SYRIZA Alexis Tsipras continues to be the favorite personality of international press. That doesn’t...

Film Festival in Bucharest Features Costa Gavras

The 1st International Political Film Festival "Cinepolitica" will take place June 15-21 at the Romanian Peasant Museum in Bucharest. The Festival consists of four special...

Schengen Biannual ‘Check-up’ Shows Immigrants Crossing Mostly at Greek-Turkish Border

Schengen works, and works well, according to Cecilia Malmstrom, European Commissioner for Internal Affairs. During the presentation of the first report of the Executive...

EU Commission Denies Working On Secret Greece Exit Plan

The European Commission is not working on any contingency plans should Greece leave the Eurozone, a spokesperson for the Commission said on Friday. “We completely...

European Press Creates Caricatures of Greek Crisis

The political deadlock has once again brought Greece to the center of attention of the European and international press. Some of the biggest newspapers...