"We have made clear that we will not accept any proposal that will not provide a definite solution and does not guarantee Greece's viable return to the markets" stated State Minister and government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos in an interview wi…

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What happens to the body during sleep? How do we spend one third of our lives? During sleep our most secret and repressed self emerges. At the same time, our body becomes vulnerable.

The Hypnos Project (Hypnos: from the Greek word…

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Τhe Athens Concert Hall is hosting a lecture by Roderick Beaton, Koraes Professor of Modern Greek and Director of the Centre for Hellenic Studies at King's College London (Lord Byron and the bail-outs: what the British poet really did for the Gre…

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The 56th Thessaloniki International Film Festival(TIFF) opens its gates November 6 to November 15 in Greece’s beautiful waterfront northern city, showcasing once again a selection of new and emerging filmmakers and awards for the best. Wit…

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Economy

The 26th Greek Economy Conference, titled "Investment & Growth: Building a National Plan", starts today in Athens, with the participation of high-level officials, academics and businessmen. The 2-day conference is organized by the America…

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Greek film director and script writer Timon Koulmasis was born in Germany in 1961 and has studied History and Philosophy in Germany and France. He has filmed three fiction feature films: “The Waste Land” (1987), “Before the Night&rd…

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Dr Angeliki Dimitriadi, Research Fellow at the Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP), and Visiting Fellow at the ECFR Berlin Office since November 2015, argued in a recent commentary on the refugee crisis titled &l…

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Irish author, critic and columnist, Richard Pine has written critical works on Irish playwright Brian Friel and Anglo-Irish novelist Lawrence Durrell. He worked for the Irish national broadcaster Raidió Teilifís Éireann…

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The non-profit cultural organization CHEAPART celebrates its 20th anniversary, and is presenting two major exhibitions  accompanied by lectures and discussions on the current role of the artist in Europe, as well as the work of art on…

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Since the beginning of 2015, more than 800,000 refugees and migrants passed through the Greek islands of the Eastern Aegean Sea on their way to Europe for a better future. The residents of islands like Lesvos, Chios, Kos and Samos, among others, were…

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