Following a debate of five days in the Greek parliament, the 2016 budget was approved in the early hours of Sunday morning with a total of 153 SYRIZA- ANEL coalition MPs in favor of the budget plan, 145 opposition MPs against and two MPs be…

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In his opinion article "The Eurozone crisis and the future of Europe, as viewed from Greece", Manos Matsaganis, Associate Professor at the Athens University of Economics and Business, explains that the necessity of imposing austerity measures to combat the economic crisis in a country where prosperity does not seem to be returning anytime in the near future, has become a dire reality both for rulers and their voters.

Matsaganis points out that many misconceptions still abound even about the basic facts of causes and implications related to the Greek economic crisis. At the same time, the need to clarify "what went wrong and why" is an even more urgent task in Greece, being far more affected by the European crisis than any other economy. …

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Pyrforos, designed by a group of Greek students of Electrical and Computer Engineering School in the National Technical University of Athens - the Prometheus Team– is an experimental electric car, with extremely low energy requirements –thus, absolutely Eco-friendly.

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In 2011, a team of artists and researchers began a journey across the country, aiming to bring to the forefront human stories that have the power to move, inspire and create spaces for self-reflection. The Caravan Project is a travelogue wh…

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US Secretary of State John Kerry is on an official visit to Athens today (4.12) for talks with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias, on a broad range of bilateral and regional issues.
Security in light of recen…

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According to Apostolis Fotiadis’ latest opinion piece, "Kicking Greece out of Schengen won’t stop the refugee crisis”, recent media reports that Greece might be facing suspension from the Schengen zone reveal a tendency of cert…

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The 19th edition of the International Awards Festival for Mediterranean Documentary and Reportage(PriMed), organized by the Mediterranean Center for Audiovisual Communication (CMCA), will take place in Marseille, France, from December 5 to Dece…

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The poetry symposium “The Inner and Outer Landscapes of Irish and Greek Poets”, organized by the University of Athens and the University of Lodz, will be held in Athens on the 4rth & 5th December.

The symposium is a part…

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The Greek government has repeatedly pointed out that the migrant and refugee crisis is a European issue that needs to be dealt with at European level. As the crisis continues to escalate, recent media storieshave been reporting that Greece is be…

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The Christmas Toy Factory at Technopolis

The fabulous Christmas Factory returns for the third consecutive year atTechnopolis from November 27, 2015 to January 6, 2016. With new impressive decorations, interesting workshops, amazing gam…

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