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Swiss Police Investigating the Death of Prominent Greek Businessman, Manolis Kyprianidis

Police in Zurich, Switzerland are investigating the conditions in which a Greek businessman died, authorities have reported. Greek native Manolis Kyprianidis was a permanent resident of the...

Betty Harlafti Travels to Switzerland to Perform Works by Mikis Theodorakis

Born in Athens, Greece, Betty Harlafti has traveled the world giving concerts in everything from encompassing Greek composers, lyrical performances, traditional Greek music such...

Basel Museum of Ancient Art to Host Antikythera Shipwreck Exhibition

The "Antikythera Shipwreck" exhibition of the National Archaeological Museum will be displayed at the Basel Museum of Ancient Art and Ludwig Collection, Switzerland, from...

Greek Director to Premiere Film at Locarno International Film Festival

Greek director Athina Tsangari will screen her new feature film "Chevalier" for the first time at the 68th Locarno International Film Festival in Switzerland on...

“Greek Wine” Austrian Performer Dies in Switzerland

Udo Jurgens, a great Austrian musician, died on Sunday, December 21, at the age of 80. “He was a great Austrian who wrote music...

Spyros Louis Silver Olympic Cup Exhibited in Lausanne

The silver cup awarded to Spyros Louis, the first Marathon Winner at the inaugural Modern Olympic Games in Athens in 1896, is exhibited at...

International Award to Greek Scientist

Greek scientist and businessman Dimitris Papanastasiou has been awarded the 2014 Curt Brunnee Award at a special ceremony during the 20th International Mass Spectrometry Conference...

Spyros Louis Silver Cup Travels to Olympic Museum in Lausanne

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation announced that the Silver Cup awarded to Spyros Louis, the first Marathon Winner at the inaugural Modern Olympic Games in...

First Greek Gourmet And Wine Expo in Zurich

Greek Gourmet & Wine Expo is the first Greek food and wine exhibition that will take place in Zurich, introducing Greek companies to the...

Professor Anastasia Ailamaki Thrives Abroad

Anastasia Ailamaki is a Greek professor from Chania, Crete, born in Cyprus. She is one of the many distiguished Greeks abroad, as a Carnegie Mellon...