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Stella Tsolakidou

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“Anonymous”: New Video Addresses the Greek People

With their brand new second video message, “Anonymous” strikes again; this time by directly addressing the Greek people. After they had recently hacked into the...

Lecture on Human Values by Academic Helene Glykatzi-Arhweiler

Eminent academic Helene Glykatzi – Arhweiler, addressing an event on January 6, organized by the Society of Volunteers Against Cancer AGALIAZO at Eugenides Foundation,...

University of Athens to Honor Daniel Cohn-Bendit for His Philhellenism

On Thursday, February 9, the French Green MEP, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, will be honored by the University of Athens for the services he has offered...

Pantelis Voulgaris Expresses Wish to Shoot Film on Cyprus

On the occasion of the Greek Letters Day and before a full hall in the Univeristy of Cyprus, Greek filmmaker Pantelis Voulgaris has expressed...

Greek Bodies to Boycott German Products

In their meeting on the new austerity measures introduced by the Troika, the Greek bodies of lawyers, doctors and the Technical Chamber of Greece...

Turkey Increases Natural Gas Flow To Greece After Last Week’s Cuts

Turkey has begun increasing the volume of gas it is exporting to neighbouring Greece, after cutting exports by two thirds without warning last week,...

Common Venture: From the Chinese Shipyards to the Greek Seas

Cargo ship “Common Venture” is one of the many Greek ships built in China but travelling under the Greek flag. The ship belongs to Common...

Sea-Based Public Transportation Το Become Reality in Thessaloniki

The most popular work to become a reality in the port city of Thessaloniki, along with the Metro, is the sea-based public transportation network,...

Facebook Tops Abuse Reports Made by Greek Internet Users

According to new evidence provided by SafeLine, the Greek helpline accepting reports for illegal material one may encounter online, abuse reports have reached the...

Anti-Austerity Protesters Burn German Flag in Athens

Some 25,000 anti-austerity Greek protesters gathered outside the Greek Parliament during a general strike rally of all trade unions on Tuesday. The adverse weather conditions...

Eastern Macedonia-Τhrace Periphery Affected By Catastrophic Floods

After the disastrous rainfall in the Prefecture of Ilia that left one woman dead and severe damage to several houses, shops and crops, the...

Greek Public Sector Owes Itself 20 Billion Euros

According to the financial data publicized by Deputy Finance Minister Filippos Sachinidis, maturities of the Greek Public Services and Organizations to the Greek state...