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European Union finance ministers are in Brussels for a two-day meeting to flesh out June agreements on the eurozone debt crisis. They are downplaying...

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The Hellenic Centre in London is hosting another interesting event. On Saturday, July 21st 2012, 200 individuals of all ages and backgrounds will recite...

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The National Museum of Rome is hosting an exhibition about modern Greek engravers entitled "Greek Engraving at the Diocletian Baths." It is organized under...

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Yiannis Papadopoulos: "Boy Eating the Bird's Food" 47th Czech international Karlovy Vary film festival honored one of the most eminent actors of the new generation of...

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Nearly half of Germans think the eurozone would be better off without Greece, according to a survey to be published in the German weekly...

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Greece is still the most popular summer destination and approximately 60 percent of tourists from Serbia are expected to spend their summer vacation here,...

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Greece Debt Free has captured international press attention during the past ten days. Greek media as well the Wall Street Journal, the Spiegel and recently Bloomberg have featured...

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A 15-year-old student coming from Dropolis in Northern Epirus was appointed Miss Albania 2012. The beauty competition took place in the country's capital, Tirana. Cleoniki...

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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...