European Parliament Votes to Ban Single-Use Plastics in Europe

The European Parliament approved a new law on Wednesday which will ban single-use plastic items such as plates, cutlery and straws. As a result of...

Cyprus Records EU’s Largest Unemployment Annual Fall, Data Reveals

Yet more positive news from Cyprus as the unemployment on the island has dropped from 10.5 percent in August 2017 to 7.5 percent in August...

New €100 And €200 Banknotes Revealed (video)

The European Central Bank revealed the new €100 and €200 banknotes in Frankfurt. The new banknotes will be available from May 28, 2019 and they...

Greek Wine to Dominate Tourist Exhibitions in Poland’s Warsaw

Greek wine will dominate the tourist exhibitions 4th Grecka Panorama and 3rd Greek Food Show in Warsaw, from November 30 to December 2. The exhibitions...

France Reveals its Love Affair with Greek Feta Cheese

Charles de Gaulle may have famously said of France: "How can you govern a country which has 246 varieties of cheese?" but Greece is increasing...

Visa Requirement for Post-Brexit Brits Could Hurt Greek Tourism

Greek hoteliers and others connected to the tourist trade could see a sharp fall in British visitors if post-Brexit visa fees being suggested in...

Moody’s Cuts Turkey Rating Amid Increased Risk

Turkey saw a cut in its long-term issuer and unsecured debt ratings on Thursday, and a reduction in its rating outlook from 'stable' to...

Germany Likely to Insist on Fiscal Discipline in Greece

Greek hopes that a new German Social Democrat finance minister may be more amenable to Athens, took a setback on Wednesday. A close ally of...

Scientists Reveal ‘Gate to Hell’ Mystery in Ancient Greek City

  Scientists have explained the mystery of the "Gate to Hell", the phenomenon whereby birds fall dead when they approach a point in the ancient...

SPD’s Scholz Bags German Finance Post, Raising Greek Hopes of Debt Relief

Greek hopes of debt relief were strengthened on Wednesday with the likely appointment of a center-left finance minister in Berlin, as German politicians finally agreed on...