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‘Contemplative Athena’ Relief Travels to Moscow

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Greek counterpart Prokopis Pavlopoulos declared 2016 the bilateral year of Russia and Greece. The bilateral year includes dozens...

Border Closures Heighten Fear Refugees May Use Adriatic Connection

Huma rights groups and organized crime experts are expressing rising alarm at the prospect of Syrian and Iraqi war refugees — many of them...

Austrian Ex-Pats Living in Greece Send Protest Letter to Government in Vienna

Austrians living and working in Greece sent an open letter of protest to the government in Vienna, asking for a more responsible stance on...

Deadly New Trend Developing in African Migration to Europe

The International Organization for Migration reports a sharp increase in the number of sub-Saharan Africans making the dangerous sea journey from Libya to Italy....

As Refugee Exodus to Greece Continues, Some Take Bulgarian Route

More than 1,000 refugees arrived at Greece's biggest port of Piraeus near Athens yesterday (January 13) as the influx of refugees fleeing conflict zones...

Slovakian Police to Help FYROM Guard Its Border

Slovakia will send 25 police officers to help FYROM guard the Balkan country's borders strained by migrants flooding to the European Union, Prime Minister...

Altar Depicting Son of Hercules vs Serpent Monster Found

An ancient marble altar dating to the second century showing a nude warrior battling a serpent monster has been discovered by villagers near the...

UNHCR: One Million Migrants Reached the EU in 2015

Over one million migrants and asylum seekers reached Europe by sea in 2015, the office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said...

Greece and Russia Share Common Interest in Investments

Panagiotis Skoutas, Director of the Office of the State Minister Niko Pappa, highlighted today, at an event organized by the Greek-Russian Chamber in Moscow, the interest...

Report: Greek Crisis Damaged EMU in Non-Eurozone States

The Greek crisis that kept politicians busy in the summer of 2015 has fuelled particularly negative sentiments among business leaders from the non-eurozone countries,...