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Germany Offers Language Courses for Greeks

The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees in Germany is launching a new program aiming at offering fast-track German language courses for professional purposes...

Young Greeks Win Sciacca Awards

The Pontifical University Urbaniana in the Vatican hosted this year's International Giuseppe Sciacca Awards celebrating the efforts of young people (aged between 18 and...

Greek Olive Oil Scarce in German Markets

Although Greek olive oil is considered to be of the best quality among the Mediterranean producing countries, German supermarkets are overwhelmed by Italian olive...

BBC Says Golden Dawn’s Rise Mimics Hitler

Laurence Rees, a former creative director of history programs for the BBC and the author of six books on World War II, has put...

Director Lanthimos Won’t Abandon Greece

Praised Greek filmmaker and theatre director Yiorgos Lanthimos is currently running up and down the streets of London searching for the right scipt that...

Golden Byzantium and East Breaks Visitor Record

Hosted at the famous Renaissance Palaces of Lower Austria and focusing on the vital role the Byzantine Empire played in shaping the future of...

Italian Travel Magazine Features Milos

The popular Italian travel magazine Bell'Europa is presenting an extensive report on the Greek island of Milos with its unique archaeological and religious monuments,...

Archaeologists Find Thracian Artifacts in Bulgaria

 Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered ancient golden artifacts in the biggest of 150 ancient Thracian tombs belonging to the tribe of Getae, some 400 kilometers...

London Gate Theatre Shows Euripides’ Trojan Women

A new adaptation of Euripide's famous tragedy The Trojan Women (Troades in Greek) will run at the London Gate Theatre Nov. 8-Dec. 15 .The...

Two Bulgarian Villages Want to Join Greece

The French daily Le Figaro reported on the Greek dream of two Bulgarian villages, Tsrantcha and Brashten, and its people to be annexed to...