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...

Paintings of Greece by Serbian Artists

An exhibition of paintings titled Greece in the consciences and hearts of Serbian painters, by art historian Nikola Kusovac, was opened in the large...

Turk Unveils Human Trafficking Scheme

A human trafficker from Turkey has disclosed the methods he used to smuggle illegal immigrants into Greece and charged that he had bribed a...

Greece Joins 13th International Festival of Archaeological Film in Belgrade

The Hellenic Foundation for Culture in Belgrade will participate at this year’s International Festival of Archaeological Film organized by the National Museum of the...

Greek Film Week in Belgrade

Marking the Greek EU Presidency, Greek Film Week will take place from April 23 to 28 in Belgrade, under the title "Images from the past,...

Greek KFOR: Situation in North Calm, Roads Open for Traffic

Greek KFOR troops set up two checkpoints on the road in Rudare and are now performing a routine traffic control. In addition to standard military...

As Europe Migrant Crisis Swells, UN Urges Better Response

Record numbers of migrants are entering Hungary, officials said Tuesday, as well as arriving in many other parts of Europe. The U.N. refugee agency...

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...

Visa Abolished for EU Entry for Citizens of Albania & Bosnia Herzegovina

As of December 15th, citizens of Albania and Bosnia Herzegovina will be able to travel to all European countries without the requirement of a...

Death Toll from Virus of West Nile Rises Sharply Across Europe, EU Agency Warns

The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control has warned that the reported cases of people who were contaminated by the virus of West...