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Greeks hold highest world rate of successful Harvard online courses completion

Greece is the first country in number of Harvard online students, on the basis of the recorded number of students per million of inhabitants...

“Solidarity Cities” in Europe, an initiative for the refugee issue

Mayor of Athens Mr. Yorgos Kaminis presented the 'Solidarity Cities' for the refugee issue during the Social Affairs Forum of Athens, in the presence...

The Eurostat data on poverty in Greece and the EU

More than one in three people in Greece and on average one in four in the EU live in poverty or social exclusion, according...

World Bioethics Day 2016 “Human Dignity and Human Rights”

The Greek Unit of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and the University of Athens Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory co-organise the official celebration of the...

Seismic activity continues in Epirus

Hundreds of aftershocks followed the strong earthquake measuring 5.3 on the Richter scale, which hit Epirus region on Saturday night with a focal depth...

The Meet Market at Technopolis, Gazi

The Meet Market is the well informed local’s and visitor’s monthly rendez-vous point with fashion, music, fun, design and innovation. A monthly celebration of...

Increasing unemployment rate in ages 55-64

The increase in unemployment rate at ages close to retirement, between 55-64 years (17% in July 2015 to 18.6% in July 2016) according to...

72 years since Athens’ liberation from fascist occupation

“October 12, 1944. Free Athens” is organized for the second consecutive year to celebrate liberation of Athens and the end of one of the...

Greek islanders nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

The announcement for this year's Nobel Peace Prize is expected at 12 noon on Friday. This year’s nominations include Greek islanders as an acknowledgement...

Alt. Environment minister hails ratification of Paris Agreement by parliament

Alternate Minister for the Environment Yiannis Tsironis said he’s “very pleased” with the ratification of the Paris Agreement by the Parliament on Wednesday, saying...

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