A caryatid is a sculpture of a woman used to replace a supporting pillar and at the Acropolis Museum in Athens they are restoring the building’s
Alexis Tsipras has announced he will support Jean Claude Juncker to seek majority for the EC Presidency.
According to a statement from Tsipras, the
Cyprus’s first Gay Pride march on Saturday will highlight the lack of legal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) citizens 16
A controversial move in Greece to ban second-generation migrants from voting will help the far-right in European elections, it’s been
Greece’s Lailapas football club and Karsiyaka from Turkey have scheduled to meet on Saturday 10th of May, to play a game that started 84 years ago
Twenty-two migrants have drowned after a yacht overturned off the Greek island of Samos.
The tragic incident happened on Monday morning
Amnesty International urged the European Union to sanction Greece over the country’s failure to eradicate the practice of pushing back refugees and
Cyprus abolished on Friday maximum daily cash withdrawal limits from bank accounts, a year after it imposed capital controls to prevent economic
Cyprus routinely detains asylum seekers and refugees in prison-like conditions, sometimes breaking European Union law by holding them for more than
A Greek Coast Guard rescue operation is underway at Korakas Cape, near Lesvos island to locate two undocumented migrants who are missing after their
Jean-Marie Le Pen, founder of France’s far-right National Front party, has said the rise of Greece’s far-right party Golden Dawn is a result of the
A recent report by the RAND Corporation found that educating people in prison can cut re-offending by around 43 percent. In this edition of Learning
On Saturday March 8, a funky pillow fight was held at John Charles Sport Center in Leeds, United Kingdom.
Besides relaxation, the pillow fight was
Cyprus’s auditor general was appointed on Tuesday to head the island’s central bank,
replacing an academic who quit amid acrimony with the government
Cypriot Central Bank governor Panicos Demetriades, whose testy relations with island’s
government dogged a tumultuous tenure when Cyprus teetered on
Greek authorities say three people were injured when coastguards opened fire on a migrant-smuggling vessel that allegedly tried to ram their patrol
A new political party has emerged in Greece aiming to find “modern solutions” to the country’s “big problems”.
Founder Stavros Theodorakis, a
Cyprus’s government will re-submit privatisation legislation to parliament, a spokesman
said on Friday, a day after lawmakers rejected the roadmap
With the football World Cup looming, Brazil is increasingly making international headlines and the slums of Rio de Janero are one of the most talked
Albert Einstein, once said for – at his time – emerging scientific area of International Relations that is a “challenge to the human mind”, implying
Cyprus’s president said on Thursday there were “serious prospects” that long-stalled talks to reunify the island could resume between the estranged
Fulham Football Club announced the signing of Greece international Konstantinos Mitroglou on a four-and-a-half year deal for an undisclosed