Balkans & Black Sea Cooperation Forum (BBSF), the first ever conference in the Balkans & Black Sea Region goes live on May 25th & 26th 2017, at Serres, Central Macedonia, Greece. The main theme of the 1st BBSF, “Cultural Tourism, a…

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German troops in front of buildings set ablaze during the Distomo massacre (June 10, 1944)

A new book by historians Karl Heinz Roth and Hartmut Rübner, titled “Reparationsschuld. Hypotheken der deutschen Besatzungsherrschaft in Griechenla…

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The IMF's revised projections for the 2016 primary surplus is a positive development, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos on Thursday 20.4 said during a press briefing. Tzanakopoulos said Greece will submit specific proposals and targets to t…

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The 2nd Forum of the EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region (EUSAIR), jointly organised by the European Commission and the Hellenic Republic will take place in Ioannina (Greece), 11-12 May 2017. The 2nd EUSAIR Forum will focus on Blue Growth…

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Vana Manasiadis was born in Wellington, New Zealand, and she divides her time between Greece and New Zealand.  As co-editor of the Seraph Press ‘Poetry in Translation Series’, she edited and translated from the Greek the first b…

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On 24 April, at the invitation of Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, a Ministerial Conference of ten countries is being convened in Athens to officially establish the "Ancient Civilizations Forum".

Apart from Greece…

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Argyris Papadimitropoulos was born in Athens in 1976. His latest film, “Suntan” (2016), after a comedy titled “Bank Bang” in 2008 and 2011’s “Wasted Youth”, is his most personal one and premiered at the Rott…

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The internal devaluation process constitutes one of the main two pillars (together with fiscal adjustment) of the Economic Adjustment Programmes implemented in Greece, aiming at the enhancement of cost competitiveness of the economy through the…

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Maria Karavela, Hilton Gallery, Athens (1971), scraweled an eloquent plea of "Help"

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the seizure of power in Greece by a group of right–wing army officers (21 April 1967) imposing for…

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Carolina Merminga was born in Athens in 1957. She studied Law and worked as a lawyer and a journalist. She has published two collections of short stories In Love (Hestia, 2005) and Today I Will not Die (Melani, 2010), and a novel Kin (Melani, 2013) a…

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