This year’s Aeschylia Festival has just been launched in the city of Elefsina in western Attica, situated near the historical site of Eleusis – a place of major importance for the Ancient Greeks and also the birthplace of the celebrated G…

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Lisa Badum is a German politician and climate policy spokeswoman for the Bündnis 90/Die Grünen party at the Bundestag. This summer, along with vice-president of Bundenstag and ex Green Party leader Claudia Roth, she launched an&n…

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"A new day is dawning in our country," Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said this Tuesday 21.08, during a state address from the island of Ithaca, a day after Greece exited the adjustment programme. "Today is the beginning of a new era…

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In an economic analysis released this month, the National Bank of Greece identified the new trends in Greek exports as well as the most “performing” products. The analysis is based on Eurostat and Comtrade data as well as on estimates mad…

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 e-G.E.MI (Electronic General Commercial Registry)

The need to digitally upgrade the Greek entrepreneurship, reduce red-tape and improve the quality of digital services to businesses lead to the transition of the General Commercial registry to…

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Opening his speech in which he presented a new plan on civil protection, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called the wildfires in eastern Attica "an unspeakable tragedy". "This tragedy has left a deep trauma in the country and in all of us", he said.

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Endy Zemenides is the Executive Director of the Hellenic American Leadership Council (HALC), a national Greek American advocacy and public education organization. In his capacity as Executive Director, Endy oversees staff and non-resident fellows in…

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Rabab Fathy is Deputy Head of Foreign Affairs Section in Alyoum Alsabaa Newspaper and Website and a diplomatic editor. She started working as a journalist in 2008. Alyoum Alsabaa is one of the most important and successful newspapers in Egypt, while…

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Ted Diamantis is a 1st generation Greek-American Born in Chicago. His father was the principal of one of the largest Greek schools in Chicago for over 40 yrs and had Greek radio programs for over 55 yrs ( the oldest continuous running Greek radio pro…

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Greece enters a new era next month, marking the end of an almost decade-long economic crisisand with the economy returning to growth. On August 20, the country will conclude the last of three successive European adjustment programs, with analysts ha…

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