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Angelique Ionatos: A Greek Singer Adored by the French

Internationally known Greek poet and singer Angelique Ionatos moved from Greece to Belgium at the age of 13, during the military junta. Later, in...

Two Germans Turn Greek Crisis into a Board Game

Nikolai Diekerts, 28, and Julian Schärdel, 29, are friends and they share a common passion: board games. However, they are interested in finding new...

France Opens Doors to Refugees

As Europe continues to bicker over sheltering tens of thousands of refugees fleeing conflict, public opinion in France has changed in favor of the...

Greek-American Soldier Overpowers Gunman in France

A man attacked civilians on a French high-speed train (TGV) traveling from Amsterdam to Paris, on August 21. The gunman wounded three people before...

French Actress Calls on European Leaders to Leave Greece Alone

Upon her arrival in Edinburgh, famous French actress Juliette Binoche called on European leaders to leave Greece alone for a while. Specifically, the actress who...

Greek Solidarity Rallies Across Europe Before July 5 Referendum

Solidarity rallies have been scheduled to take place over the last couple of days in cities across Europe, in order for people to show their...

Europe Locked in Migrant Quota Dispute

European Union countries are locked in an increasingly bitter battle over proposals to set quotas for accepting asylum seekers and other migrants fleeing Africa...

Greek Doctor-Turned-Artist Charms Audiences With her Music

Xanthoula Dakovanou is a Greek singer and doctor who has managed to combine her two passions -medicine and music- through her studies. She lives in...

Greek Director Costas Gavras Honored at Cannes Film Festival

The film festival in Cannes organized the screening of Costas Gavras' classic film “Z” on Monday, in a restored version in honor of the award-winning...

Yorgos Lanthimos’ New Film ‘The Lobster’ Presented at Cannes Festival

The new film of Oscar-nominated Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos, "The Lobster", was screened at the 68th Cannes Film Festival in May 15. The movie is the...