Poll: Germans say euro zone may have to expel Greece

A majority of Germans want debt-ridden Greece to be thrown out of the euro zone if necessary and more than two-thirds oppose handing Athens...

50 years migration in Germany

The desire for joint, coordinated action, with the conviction that success is a viable target, with expressed by all participants in a symposium organised...

Byzantium Splendor and Everyday Life

A wide-ranging selection of magnificent and historically important works of art brings to life the fascinating history and art of the Byzantine Empire. The exhibition...

Developments in Greek education in Germany

The significance of Rhine-Westphalia’s Education Ministry’s decision to recognize the local Greek schools as “supplementary school’s of general education” is mentioned in a report...

Adam Bousdoukos stars in “Soul Kitchen”

Filled with boisterous good spirits, Fatih Akim's "Soul Kitchen" tells of a young Greek-German man's attempts to make a success of a funky restaurant...

A Greek-German, Christina Klein, Rocks Europe

Christina Klein is better known by her stage name LaFee. She is a 19 year-old singer/songwriter who has sold more than 1 million albums...

Hamburg police attack ‘was to mark death of Greek student’

A group calling themselves ‘the hoodie wearers’ has claimed responsibility for the Hamburg police station attack on Thursday, saying it was to mark the...

6th Festival of European Thessalians in Munich

The Federation of Thessalian Associations of Germany and other European countries “Vasilsi Tsitsanis” and the Thessalian Assocaition of Munich with the participation of association-members...

Protest letters about education problems faced by Greek children in Germany

Problems relating to the premises housing the Greek Elementary School in Wuppertal are adding to the problems facing the education of Greek children in...

Careers day for expatriate Greeks pupils in Germany

Seventy-three pupils of Wuppertal high school recently visited the city’s 19th Careers Day events. They had previously registered themselves on special lists setting out...