Greek metal may not be too familiar with mainstream audiences, yet for the past years now it has earned a following in the world metal scene, with several bands enjoying international success with both their album releases and concert attendance. Sin…

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Expectations for the smooth conclusion of the third adjustment programme for Greece prove justified as Fitch upgrades Greece's sovereign credit, and Eurogroup’s President Mario Centeno declares that there are “excellent news on Greece&rdq…

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The film "Meltem" by Basile Doganis - shot in Lesvos through Franco-Hellenic cooperation - hopes to participate in the Cannes Film Festival. The film is a co-production of Greek Blonde company and the French production company Elzévir Films, o…

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As the conclusion of the third economic adjustment programme draws nearer, the government is getting ready for the post-memorandum era. Among the plans to ensure continuing growth, are the "Greek progamme", a plan on adminis…

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Klaus Dörre is Professor of Sociology at the Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena (Germany) where he chairs the Department of Labour, Industrial and Economic Sociology. His areas of research include the theory of capitalism, finance c…

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Suzy El-Geneidy, deputy chief editor of Al-Ahram Al-Arabi magazine, is one of the most prominent journalists in Egypt and one of the most sought-after opinionists for the developments at both national and regional level. Her name became familiar to m…

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What really happened in the eighties? Was that decade a curse, an omen or an unfulfilled wish? For those in their forties and thirties – those who survived it and those who relished it – there's a fascination with the 80’s maybe be…

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The first translation of modern Greek literature in Swedish was Demetrios Vikelas’ Loukis Laras in 1883. A translation of a series of folk songs had preceded in 1876. Since then and until 2007, 100 books have been translated - some of them fro…

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Deputy Assistant Secretary of the State Department, Jonathan Cohen and Minister Pappas in Facebook campus
 
Minister of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Information Nikos Pappas recently concluded his visit in the United States (5-9…

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Nikos Skalkottas (1904-1949) was one of the most prominent Greek symphonic music composers of the 20th century; virtually unknown during his lifetime, he gained posthumous recognition in Greece and abroad for his daring, original style. Almost 68 yea…

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