European & Greek Crisis

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From the first Greek bailout until the upcoming EU summit, there were some important touchpoints for the protracted governmental debt crisis in Europe's 17-nation euro...

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Key European leaders are calling for much tighter central control of spending by the 17 countries that use the euro in the latest effort...

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BBC Panorama is presenting yet another documentary feature on Greece and the ongoing crisis on July 4th. Entitled “Life and Debt: A Greek Tragedy”...

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In the annual meeting of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation last night, this time in Constantinople, Greek Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries addressed...

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Turkish authorities gave back to the Greek Orthodox foundation based in Istanbul an area of 98 acres situated close to Kandilli, in the Asian part...

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UNESCO organized a conference on the  protection, theft and repatriation of antiquities all over the world which was held on June 19-22 at its...

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Parga is a famous tourist destination attracting thousands of visitors each year from all over Europe. It lies in the northwestern side of Greece...

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The Prime Minister of Luxembourg, Jean Claude Juncker, awarded the Chevalier dans l'Ordre grand-ducal de la Couronne de Chêne distinction to Greek journalist Costa Calfelis,...

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Her Majesty the Queen of England Elizabeth II and the UK government granted the title of former International Maritime Organization (IMO) chief Efthimios E....

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Greeks, afraid of a possible euro exit, have rushed to move their savings outside Greece, mostly by transferring funds to European banks or purchasing...

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Euronews channel is about to broadcast 24/7 from Athens and as a result, Greek is going to be the 12th simultaneously broadcast language of...

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Greek Foreign Affairs Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos met on Tuesday with his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu in Istanbul on the sidelines of the Organisation of...