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Theodorakis Censored Because Of Anti-Semitic Statements

Unexpectedly, Austrian National Council President Barbara Prammer cancelled the performance of the song trilogy 'Mauthausen' by Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis in the framework of...

“The Ecumenical Patriarchate” Turkish Book Released

The leading Publishing House “Ιletisim”, promoting democracy in Turkey, has published a new book in the Turkish language titled “The Ecumenical Patriarchate”.  The book...

The Hellenic Center in London Promotes Greek Culture

The Hellenic Center in London was recently honoured by the Academy of Athens for promoting an awareness of Hellenic Culture in the U.K. Despite...

Greece Withdraws from International Children’s Games Event, Turkey

Every year on April 23rd, Turkey’s National Sovereignty and Children’s Day is marked by an International Children’s Games Event held in Ankara.  It is...

3,500 Turkish Tourists Expected to Travel to Greek Islands

The director of the Turkish travel and tourism agency Tura Turim, Mr. Ragıp Ferda Aydınalp, maintained that 7,500 Turks will travel throughout Greek islands...

Greek Teachers of Bavaria Cooperate, Germany

In view of the improvement of Greek education abroad, expatriate teachers and teachers on secondment are intended to cooperate and make the most of...

Turkish Businessmen Ready to Invest in Greece

Erol User is a leading banker of User Danismanlik.  He maintained in the Greek newspaper “Proto Thema” that many businessmen from Turkey want to...

Greek Genius Comments on Return of Parthenon Marbles

The restoration of the Parthenon marbles is a national issue that appeals to every Greek soul. Dr. Nik Lygeros is the Greek with the highest...

Email Trader Under Interrogation in London

Paul Moss, a London trader working for U.S. bank Citigroup is being interrogated by Interpol in London over an email into rumours that Athens...

Deputy Education Minister Announced Greek School Administrative Changes, Germany

Greek Deputy Education Minister, Mrs. Fofi Gennimata, announced the administrative reorganization of Greek-expatriate schools and the joining of many school units. Mrs. Gennimata outlined...