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"According to Bulgarian analyst Ivan Krastev, Bulgaria had the big hope 20 years ago that it might become like Greece. That is to say,...

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Finland is following a rather strict policy within the EU, admits Finnish Finance Minister Jutta Urpilainen, adding that her country is not willing to...

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Brazilian director Fernando Meireles will start shooting his new movie titled “Nemesis” on Aristotle Onassis’s adventurous life this coming October. According to an article published...

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International amnesty and the cherished right of any European citizen to travel and work freely across the EU is being seriously tested by the...

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Turkey’s top Muslim cleric, Religious Affairs Directorate Mehmet Gormez, urged the re-opening of Orthodox clergy schools during a landmark visit paid to the Orthodox...

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The Runciman Award, organised by the Anglo-Hellenic League and with the generous support of the National Bank of Greece, is awarded each year to...

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The Bank of France will hand over 754 million euros of interest collected on Greek government bonds it holds as part of agreements to...

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Cyprus' president Demetris Christofias is trying to collect money to improve his country's financial situation and avoid collapse. As expected, he has addressed the...

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The fury just won't end.  Greeks literally hit out at David Cameron's comments about entry restrictions. To be more precise, Greece's co ruling Socialists hit...

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Georgia Salpa is a beautiful Greek Irish woman attracting men coming not only from these two countries but from all over the world. She...

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Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev visited Greece after accepting his counterpart's invitation to discuss trade relations between the two countries.  For previous report on the...

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Greeks living in the UK will have the opportunity to watch Hellenic TV for the very first time. Through the launch of channel package...