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A new fingerprint scanning procedure will be introduced on September 14, 2015, for Russian citizens who wish to issue short-term stay Schengen visas. In...

A total of 140 Greek Orthodox bishops and archbishops from across the globe will gather in Istanbul, Turkey, for a five-day event organized at the Greek...

Himare, Albania, municipal authorities demolished the Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Athanasios in the early morning hours of Wednesday to the dismay of Orthodox Christian...

A television show in Russia decided to film around the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki, tracking a significant and rare dog breed, the Greek tracker...

Greece’s close relationship with Russia, or at least its portrayed close relationship, is not likely to earn the crisis-stricken country special treatment anytime soon. On Tuesday,...

Was the design of German monetary union flawed? Was it a mistake to adopt the euro? On the occasion of this historically important date, experts at DIW Berlin addressed these questions.

As we hold our breath and wait for the eventual outcome of the Greek bail-out negotiations, it’s tempting to see Europe’s challenges as purely economic in nature.

In what is seen as a mass power display ahead of the upcoming Spanish general elections Spanish leftist party Podemos mobilized tens of thousands...

A team of divers have discovered dozens of pieces of ancient metals from a shipwreck, aged 2,600 years, off the coast of Sicily island,...

Greeks often leave their country, migrating to Germany in order to escape the crisis. However, they usually end up working for their compatriots, who...