Greece supports the creation of a Palestinian state based on the borders of 1967 and with East Jerusalem as its capital, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Thursday in statements after meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abb…

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One of the most emblematic lyric voices of post-war poetry, Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke was born in Athens in 1939. She completed university studies in Athens (Greece), Nice (France) and Geneva (Switzerland). She holds a degree from the School of Transl…

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The government's multi bill on ‘prior actions’ passed through Parliament last night (20.11) with 153 votes in favour and 137 votes against in the 300-seat chamber, but the government majority shrank as two dissenting lawmakers…

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Evangelos Meimarakis resigned yesterday (24.11) as interim leader of the main opposition New Democracy (ND) party, assuming responsibility for Sunday's embarrassing technical failure to hold a leadership election and citing the ne…

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The Benaki Museum is one of the largest museums in Greece, taking visitors through different of Greek culture and history while focusing on specific-theme collections through its satellite museums, such as the Ghika Gallery. In complia…

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The Museum of the Bank of Greece was established in 2010, with the aim of highlighting Central Bank’s role and activities, as well as its contribution to the development of the Greek economy. Being part of the Bank’s Centre for Culture, R…

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In an interview with the Sunday edition of ‘Ethnos’ (22.11), Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called Greece’s political forces for a national dialogue on the major open national issues as well as on the social cohesion of t…

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or the fifth year running, Hellas Filmbox Berlin will take place at the historic Babylon Cinema in Mitte, Berlin, January 15-19. The Greek film festival’s rich program features fiction films by emerging filmmakers, documentaries, short films, s…

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In the opening sequence of the “The Ogre” (1956) Thomas, a timid clerk, braces himself for another lonely Christmas Eve, while facing the fear of eviction by his landlord. He suddenly discovers that he looks a lot like the frightful &ldqu…

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The Secretariat General for Public Diplomacy, Religious and Consular Affairs of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs recently inaugurated a series of in-service seminars, with the first, “Public Diplomacy in Practice”, taking place in At…

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