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First Greek Policeman in German Federal Police

Charilaos Kyriakidis is the first police officer of the Federal Police Directorate at Frankfurt airport without German citizenship, a Deutsche Welle report says. The...

Cretan Products and Cuisine Promoted in Binz, Germany

The Cretan products and the Cretan diet and cuisine were successfully promoted in an event held in the town of Binz, Germany. The Deputy Governor...

German Junior High School Students Study Ancient Greek

German 8th grade students in 200 high schools can choose to learn Αncient Greek as a third foreign language, after the mandatory English and...

Berlin, the City With Unexpected Greek Flair!

There are many interesting things to do while in Berlin, Germany, and it might surprise you that much of the sights you are about...

Greek Man Murders His Lover’s Husband in Germany

A 28-year-old Greek man confessed to Austrian authorities that he is the murderer of another Greek man, Antonis Christofakis, 32, who was found dead...

Greek Researcher Gets Award in German Bundestag for Work on Social Practices During Crisis

Anastasia Poulou, a senior research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy in Munich, received the second prize of...

Greece Ranks Third in Exports to Germany

Greece ranked third in the import of oranges to Germany, with a market share of 2.8 percent in the 2013-2015 period, a report by...

Greeks in Munich Pen Angry Letter After German Council Votes to Take Back Land...

German municipal authorities in Karlsfeld, 12 kilometers from central Munich, have angered the Greek community following a decision to take back a plot of...

Documenta: Parthenon of Banned Books to Rise in Germany

A huge replica of the Parthenon in Athens made from 100,000 banned books is to rise at the Friedrichsplatz in Kassel Germany next year....

Almost 50% of Europeans Fear and Resent Refugees

Around 50% of European citizens fear that the arrival of refugees will increase the risk of attacks in their countries, according to a survey...