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Waterway Link From Thessaloniki to Belgrade

A navigable connection from Thessaloniki to Belgrade through the Morava River is being planned after a deal between the China Gezhouba Corporation and the...

Greek Students Flock to Holland

More than 1,600 Greek students are enrolled in college in The Netherlands, ranking them third behind German and Chinese as the largest grouping. The...

Brazier Fumes Kill Two Greek Students

Two college students, 21 and 22, were were found dead in their apartment in Filippoupoli, Larisa, the Greek city where they went to school,...

Turkish Star Ergents Invests in Greece

Turkish actor, Halit Ergents, famous for his role as Souleyman the Great,which is popular on Greek television, said he is going to make land...

Mandarin of Chios Gets Brand Mark

Another Greek product is now officially recognized by the EU as a product of Protected Geographical Indication (PGI). The Mandarin of Chios, a special...

Thessaloniki National Geographic Must-See

Thessaloniki is among the the 20 travelers destinations that someone should visit on 2013 according to the list of National Geographic. The article focuses...

Greek Student, 17, Invents Iron Glove for Disabled

A 17-year-old student has been awarded a special prize from UNICEF for his innovative invention for people with kinetic problems to the upper limps....

Greeks Threaten Albanian Classmate With Golden Dawn

An Albanian girl who had achieved the highest grades at a Greek school in Farsala, earning the right to carry the Greek flag in...

Can’t Get Enough? Depeche Mode Coming to Greece

The most successful electronic music band in history - the English band Depeche Mode - is coming to Greece for the first time, with...

Gaitanos Sings Hymns to Golden Dawn

Petros Gaitanos, well-known in Greece for his performances of church music and hymns, caused great surprise when he spoke positively of the extremist political...

Trivizas Advises Imagination Against the Crisis

When I first met Eugene Trivizas, the well-known author of children’s books, I was a 10-year-old girl with one dream, one day to become...

A Day in an Occupied School in Thessaloniki

As I was heading to the 7th Gymnasio-Lykeio of Thessaloniki, one of the occupied schools of the city, I was under the impression that...

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