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EU Expresses ”Strong Concern” About Turkish Decision to Send Troops to Libya

Peter Stano, the lead spokesperson for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy for the European Union, issued a statement on Friday condemning the Turkish Parliament's...

President Erdogan Says Turkey Will Send Troops to Libya

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on Thursday that the government will submit a parliamentary motion to send troops to Libya in early January,...

Germany Rejects EU Plea to Host Migrant Children From Greece

Germany rejected an appeal made by the the European Commission on Monday urging Berlin to accept children from overcrowded migrant camps in Greece. "The Commission...

Anarchists Storm Greek Embassy in Berlin

A group of approximately fifteen anarchists stormed the premises of the Consular office of the Greek Embassy in Berlin on Monday. The group squatted in...

British-Cypriot MP Bambos Charalambous Re-elected in UK General Election

Bambos Charalambous, the only British Member of Parliament of Cypriot descent, was re-elected in Thursday's snap elections which were held in the United Kingdom. Charalambous...

Boris Johnson’s Conservatives Triumph in British Elections

Boris Johnson's Conservative Party was on course to secure a large majority in the House of Commons, putting Brexit firmly back on track and...

Cape Verde Institute Awarded “Melina Mercouri” Prize in Paris

The ''Instituto do Patrimonio Cultural,'' a cultural heritage organization on the island of Cape Verde, was presented with the Melina Mercouri Prize on Tuesday...

Brussels Event Highlights Role of Art in Political and Social Change

A host of distinguished politicians, artists and academics participated in a forum on the role of art in European politics and society which took...

Study Suggests British Museum Has Caused More Damage to Parthenon Sculptures than Athens’ Air...

A recent scientific study published in the Academic journal Antiquity claims that the first decades of the Parthenon sculptures' presence in London caused irreparable damage, much...

Calabrian Greek, a Language on the Brink of Extinction

There are two minority Greek languages officially recognized in Italy's south. Greko and Griko -- both spoken by the "Calabrian Greeks" -- are both...