Hungary Looks to Block Entry of Thousands of Migrants

Thousands of migrants rode trains and buses and walked through FYROM and Serbia on Sunday in an effort to get to European Union member...

Yanni’s Concert in Budapest

The Greek pianist, keyboardist, composer, and music producer Yanni (born Yiannis Hryssomallis), who has spent his adult life in the United States, talked about his...

Greece in 7th Place for Human Rights Violations

According to the annual report of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) released on Thursday, January 30 by the president of the Court...

Vice Media to Expand in Russia and Six More Eastern European Countries

The "Vice phenomenon" that has taken over the internet and television for the past few years, starting off from Canada and spreading rapidly all...

Tensions Rise as Hungary Prepares to Bar Illegal Migrants

The steady flow of migrants into Hungary from Serbia may come to a halt Tuesday. Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban has promised tough action against...

Hungarians Choose Greece for Vacation

Greece ranks among Hungarians' first preferences when choosing to travel abroad. Approximately 150,000 Hungarian tourists annually visit Greece, which is among the three most popular...

Athens International Airport Winner of Routes Airport Marketing Award

“Routes Europe 2013”, Europe’s biggest airline and airport networking route development forum, was concluded with one more award for the Athens International Airport, its...

Zois’ Film Out of Frame Wins Venice Film Festival

The Greek short film Out of Frame (Titloi Telous in Greek) directed by Yorgos Zois was awarded the European Film Awards 2012- EFA prize...

Budapest Swayed by the Rhythm of the “Women’s Association of Neo Velissario Ioannina” Dance...

Greeks shined through with their singing and dancing performances during the 2012 folklore Budapest Summer Festival. Groups from Epirus, Vlacotinze of Serbia, Smyrna and...

Commemorative Plaque in Honor of Eminent Diaspora Greek Nicholaos Doumpas

Greeks in Hungary paid tribute to an eminent Diaspora Greek of the 19th century, Macedonian Nicholaos Doumpas, whose life and work highlighting the universality...