The 56th Thessaloniki International Film Festival(TIFF) opens its gates November 6 to November 15 in Greece’s beautiful waterfront northern city, showcasing once again a selection of new and emerging filmmakers and awards for the best. Wit…

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Commenting on the progress report on the refugee crisis published on Wenesday (10.02) by the European Commision, Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos praised Athens and Rome for a "spectacular" increase in how many arrivals they are…

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Knossos is the site of the most important and better known palace of Minoan civilization. It is located in a prominent position on Kefala Hill, 6 km. southeast of Herakleion, surrounded by olive groves, vineyards and cypress trees.

According to tradi…

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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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“…What they call today the renaissance in my painting is a precise continuation of my revolution to be in close proximity with life. I am not interested in the praise of the old guard. The similarity of my work with the renaissance is bo…

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British Neohellenist Roderick Beaton spoke to Kathimerini and Tasoula Eptakoili during his recent visit in Greece on the occasion of his honorary proclamation, on September 9, as Commander of the Order of Honour by the President of the Hellenic Repu…

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Karl-Heinz Lambertz is the President of the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) since July 2017. He has been a CoR member since 2001 and was President of the CoR's PES Group from 2011 until 2015.  After a number of functions linked to his ac…

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Greece is once again a pioneering force in the field of natural beauty. Microsmetics is a promising EU funded project for the discovery of novel cosmeceutical agents from microorganisms, which aspires to become a successful model of an efficient, lon…

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PDF|DOCApplication for participation in the Competition ΙΤ4gov* 

The pioneering initiative of the Ministry of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction for the promotion, certification, use and reward of innovative applications for the…

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In her article for the Sunday edition of Avgi newspaper (25.12), Alternate Labour Minister Rania Antonopoulos outlines the government’s policy on combating unemployment and fostering growth. The government "wants to put a halt to unemploym…

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