Greece commemorated yesterday with school parades held nationwide the October 28 national holiday for the 75th anniversary of "Ohi Day", (No Day), which marked the country’s entry in the Second World War.

The customary military parade in the n…

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The 14th edition of OnTheMove Federated Conferences & Workshops (OTM 2015) takes place in Kallithea, on the island of Rhodes, October 26 to 30. 

This year’s OTM is composed of three interrelated yet complementary scientific conferences…

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An innovative project out of Greece is bringing the world’s greenest car to the market. Designed by a group of mechanics in Crete, Sunnyclist is a smart autonomous e-vehicle that offers the convenience and easiness of an e-car with…

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Michalis Sotiropoulos is a historian of modern Europe, currently employed as a post-doctoral researcher at the Research Center for the Humanities in Athens. He received his PhD in History from the University of London and has taught at the Universit…

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In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Greek migration minister Yannis Mouzalas has rejected accusations by Germany and other European countries that Greece is failing to defend its borders against mass migration, insisting that the refugees and other migrants trekking to Europe constitute a humanitarian crisis, not a defense threat. …

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The first post-memorandum budget was tabled in the Greek Parliament this Wednesday 21/11; the 2019 budget provides for a 3.6 % primary surplus as well as a 2.5% growth - compared to 2% percent this year. The European Union's executive has appr…

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It’s all about toys, argues blogger Nikos Papadopoulos, the man behind a photographic project using toys as instruments towards social satire.

Inspired by an incident in which he employed Playmobil pieces to explain something to his young son,…

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Athens Biennale 2015-2017 "OMONOIA"
 
Bridging the past with the present and the future, the Athens Biennale 2015-2017 "OMONOIA", launches a two-year period of activities as of November 18.

The programme begins with Synapse 1: Introduc…

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On Friday 25.01 the Greek Parliament ratified the Prespes Agreement with 153 votes. The ratification means that the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia will be renamed North Macedonia and opens up the country’s path to EU and NATO membership…

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Addressing the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce’s 26th annual Greek Economy Conference in Athens yesterday (1.12), Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras noted that "2016 will be the year that will mark the “exit from the…

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