Μore Greeks Seek Job, Studies in Austria

The Austrian daily newspaper Die Presse in an extensive article entitled, A PhD and only three euros hourly wage,  describes the difficult situation young ...

‘It’s All Greek to’ Versace for FW 2015 – 2016

“#GREEK symbolizes everything: the traditions of craftsmanship and the Greek key, the emoji of the future,” Versace Group Chief fashion designer and current Vice...

Charges Merkel Hiding Greek Debt Cut

The German newspaper Die Zeit published an article, entitled “The bill, please!” in which it charged that Chancellor Angela Merkel, facing re-election next month,...

Schaeuble Says Greece Will Get Loan Installment

As German Chancellor Angela Merkel was set to visit Athens on Oct. 9 to meet Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäeuble...

Slovenian Journalists Protest ERT’s Closure

About 500 people, most of them journalists, gathered on June 18 outside the offices of the European Commission and the building which houses the...

Turkish Media Barred From Neo-Nazi Trial

Munich's Higher Regional Court prohibited Turkish media from being in the court to report on the trial of German neo-Nazis, members of the National...

“Few Listened to a Young Greek Woman Before She Died. Will We Listen Now?”

British newspaper The Guardian devoted an article to the two Greek students, Angeliki Granitsa, 21, and Irini Triantafyllou, 23, who were killed last Wednesday in Malgara when the...

Greece-Turkey Tensions Part of International Plot, Claims Columnist

  An opinion piece by a pro-government commentator in Turkey about tensions with Greece has raised eyebrows, coming just ahead of Thursday's fatal jet crash in...

Wikipedia Urges Turkey to Lift Year-Long Ban

Wikipedia, the free open-source online encyclopedia, has written to Turkey's leadership calling for a year-long ban on the site to be lifted. Writing in an...

Turkish Media Group Sale Sparks Press Freedom Fears

One of Turkey's largest collection of media titles is to be sold, sparking fears of a further erosion of the country's press independence. Reports in...