The government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has won a vote of confidence in parliament by 151 to 148 votes on Wednesday evening. The PM had initiated the motion on Sunday, following the resignation of Panos Kammenos, leader of Independent Greeks…

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Giorgos Lillis was born in Bilefield, Germany in 1974, and raised in Athens. In 1996 he went back to Bilefield where he still lives and works. In 1999 he published his first poetry collection Το δέρμα της…

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The vast majority of proposed changes in the constitution of Greece were approved in the first round of parliamentary voting that took place on Thursday, 14 February. These include changes regarding the State’s religious neutrality, restriction…

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The 13th edition of the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival will be held June 3 - 9, 2019, at UCLA and at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. The Festival features 47 new films by Greek filmmakers from around the world in its program, promotes Greek cinem…

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Orfeas Apergis (Athens, 1974) is a poet, essayist and performer. He has worked variously as a hospital doctor, army doctor, real estate agent, political consultant, classical singer, but mainly as a school teacher in Athens. He has been publishing in…

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Iro Siafliaki was born in Thessaloniki. She studied Cinema at E. Hadzikou Film School (Athens) and Philosophy at Sorbonne University (Paris) and holds a PhD on Art, Philosophy and Aesthetics Studies. Her filmography includes : “Zones…

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Yiannis Doukas was born in Athens (1981). He studied Greek Philology and Classics at the University of Athens and Digital Humanities at King’s College London. He has lived in Ireland, where he worked towards a PhD at NUI Galway. His books so fa…

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“Disrupting the gaming industry: Greek Cash Rebate 35%” is this year’s motto of the Greek delegation at Nordic Game 2019 (22-24 May at Slagthuset in Malmö, Sweden). In its sixteenth year, Nordic Game is the leading games confe…

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Professor Napoleon Maravegias teaches International and European Studies, with a specialisation in Macroeconomic Analysis and European Economic Integration, at the Faculty of Political Science and Public Administration of the National & Kapodistr…

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Emilios Solomou was born in Nicosia (1971). He studied History and Archaeology at the University of Athens. He also studied Journalism in Cyprus. He has been working as a journalist for a daily newspaper for some years. He is now a teacher of Greek a…

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