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    Greece’s foreign minister Nikos Kotzias inaugurated on Tuesday the renovated building of the Consulate General of the Hellenic Republic in Turkey’s Izmir. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, Mevlut Cavusoglu, also attended the ceremony. In addition to its symbolic and historical significance for Hellenism, the renovated consulate building is expected to contribute significantly to […]

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    Philanthropist Pantelis Boumbouras (left) with Odessa Mayor Gennadiy Trukhanov  A Greek park to promote Hellenic culture was inaugurated in Odessa, Ukraine on Sunday, with a generous donation of the Boumbouras family of Lemnos island and several Greek officials attending. The Greek Park, a dream of the Boumbouras family, became a reality as the opening of […]

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    British historian Nigel Konstam has published a booklet arguing that many of the works stolen from the Parthenon by Lord Elgin in the 1800s are in fact Roman reproductions of the Greek originals. His theory is based on the recent discovery of a chimney near the Parthenon used by the great 5th century sculptor Phidias […]

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    Greek wine will dominate the tourist exhibitions 4th Grecka Panorama and 3rd Greek Food Show in Warsaw, from November 30 to December 2. The exhibitions will be organized by North Events with the view to highlighting and supporting the major pillars of the Greek economy, tourism and exports. This year’s event will present Greek wine […]

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    The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control has warned that the reported cases of people who were contaminated by the virus of West Nile in Europe are 3.5 times more than last year. Greece’s toll of victims rose to 21 this week after another death being reported, while Serbia has the same number of victims […]

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    The Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, that is considered as First among Equals in the Orthodox Christianity, announced that it will start the procedure for the official recognition of the Church of Ukraine as Autocephalous. The Ukrainian Church belongs to the Patriarchate of Moscow and has asked for a separation via the recognition of its Ecclesiastical […]

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    By Aspasia Zontanou Director Bernd Desinger, of the Filmmuseum Blackbox, was accompanied by Greek General Consul in Düsseldorf, Maria Papakonstantinou, to welcome the film “The Last Note”. Together with curator Eleni Giannakoudi, responsible for the program and organisation of the Greek Filmclub Voulgaris was introduced as the most influential and important Greek director next to […]

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    Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I (right) with Russian Orthodox Church Patriarch Kirill The Russian Orthodox Church slammed the Greek Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarchate for sending representatives to Ukraine and vowed to retaliate, Hurriyet Daily News says. The two churches are in a row over the future of Ukraine’s Church and its affiliations. Accusations come a week after […]

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    German Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas said Turkey’s road to the European Union is linked with the solution to the Cyprus problem, calling on the Turkish side to show a constructive stance towards the settlement of the Cyprus problem. He was speaking in Berlin during a joint press conference with his Cypriot counterpart Nikos […]

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    Turkey has woken up to a 5.2 magnitude earthquake rocking the country this morning, around 92km from the popular tourist city of Antalya on the south coast of the country. The quake was felt also in Cyprus where local media report that people evacuated buildings. The epicenter of the earthquake is said to have taken […]

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    The Constitutional Court of Turkey is due to decide on Thursday whether Hagia Sophia will be turned into a place of Muslim worship after an appeal made by a private organization called “Authority for Historical Monuments and Environment”. The Temple that was built in the 6th Century AD by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian as a Christian […]

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    The European Parliament voted earlier this year on a proposal for the abolition of the measure of Summer Time — something that every member state of the European Union has observed for decades. Following this vote, the European Commission launched a public debate that lasted months and resulted in millions of Europeans voting for the abolition […]

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    The Constitutional Court of Turkey decided that Hagia Sophia will not be turned into a place of Muslim worship after an appeal made by a private organization called “Authority for Historical Monuments and Environment”. The Temple that was built in the 6th Century AD by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian as a Christian Cathedral, is now […]

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      The Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church announced that it will end its participation in every structure that is chaired by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and it will no longer mention the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I, as the latter plans to recognize the Ecclesiastical Autocephaly (independence) of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. ”We […]

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    The European Central Bank revealed the new €100 and €200 banknotes in Frankfurt. The new banknotes will be available from May 28, 2019 and they will replace the old ones that have been in circulation since January 1, 2002. The two new banknotes will conclude the complete renewal of the European currency that started a […]

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