The Year’s Gay Parade Poster Takes Athens By Storm

There is a storm of reactions regarding the display of a gay parade poster in Athens that depicts a national symbol. The poster reflects...

Lecture by Former USAID Administrator Andrew Natsios at DEREE

Georgetown University Professor and former USAIDAdministrator Andrew Natsios (photo) will deliver an address on “What Classical Greece teaches Modern Greece | Lessons on History and...

New Master programmes from the International Hellenic University

In response to the need for competent specialists in the fields of technology and culture and recognising their critical role in the new economy,...

Restoration of Acropolis Propylaea completed

All scaffolding and cranes were fully removed from the Propylaea of the Acropolis, the monumental entrance, or gateway, to the Acropolis [...]

Recognition of college graduates’ professional rights

A presidential decree incorporating into the Greek law Directive 2005/36/EC, which obliges Greece to recognise the professional rights of European affiliated college graduates, was...

“Kallikratis” Plan Voted in Principle

The Greek government's plan to redraw local government boundaries, better known as "Kallikratis," was voted in principle by the House. Of the 285 deputies...

Tough Pressures in Social Security System

The European Union described the content of Troika's letter to Athens as proposals and not new measures. The actuarial study on the social security...

Former Minister Anastasios Mandelis is Now Prohibited to Leave the Country

Former Minister Anastasios Mandelis, is now prosecuted on the degree of felony, for money laundering activity and is refused to leave the country. The prosecutor...

Our goal is to invest in language, history and culture

“Our aim is to invest in language, history and culture, these are the central elements around which the educational part of the Diaspora will...

Greece’s ASE opened with Decline

Equity prices were declining at the opening of trade on Thursday on the Athens Stock Exchange (ASE), with the basic share price index down...

Mantelis Admits Siemens Bribery

Socialist deputy and former Transport Minister Anastasios Mantelis, admitted on Wednesday his involvement in the Siemens case after being pointed out by a relative...

Frog Horde Closes Egnatia Highway

Traffic was paralysed along a highway in northern Greece for several hours Wednesday after thousands of frogs suddenly jumped onto the road, startling drivers. Drivers...

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