"Images and Views of Alternative Cinema" Festival, an initiative of the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Cyprus, in cooperation with the non-profit organization Brave New Culture, returns for the seventeenth year in Nicosia, from…

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Antonis Tzanakopoulos is Associate Professor of Public International Law at the Faculty of Law and Fellow in Law at St Anne's College, University of Oxford. He has taught as a visitor at the Universities of Paris (Paris X – Nant…

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In August 2014, University of Thessaloniki Law School students Anastasia Siapka and Maria Dermetzi were brainstorming about how to set up a small business.Soon they realized that they needed good programming skills and to know how to set up a good we…

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Greece has met all the conditions of its first set of milestones required to disburse funds up to 12 billion euros, the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) and Eurogroup concluded on Monday (23.12).
 
The ESM authorized the release of a…

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On a Monday (7.12) evening interview on public broadcaster ERT, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras insisted that his government will prevail in tough negotiations with Greece’s creditors, called for a consensus on country’s major issues and di…

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The Institute for Alternative Policies (ENA) has issued an Economic Policy Bulletin for December 2017 - February 2018, indicating a continuous increase in the country's GDP: an important achievement, especially for a country that has experienced fina…

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The San Francisco Greek Film Festival (SFGFF) celebrates its 15th year with a rich film selection. The Festival annually showcases the work of Greek and Cypriot filmmakers from around the world, aiming to inspire, engage, and entertain its diverse a…

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A special EU-Turkey summit meeting in Brussels concluded in an agreement on Sunday (29.11), where Turkey will help stem the flow of migrants to Europe in return for 3 billion euros cash, visa-free travel for Turks to Europe and renewed EU entry talks…

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Talking to Greek News Agenda, the director of the Hellenic Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities Ms Pari Kalamara announced that four shipwrecks in the Pagasetic gulf which date back to Classical and Byzantine times are set to become underwater museums,…

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The issue of the overhaul of the pension system in Greece is by far the most important and at the same time sensitive reform topic to date, especially with the Greek society experiencing a major exhaustion from the continuous austerity measures impos…

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