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Costa-Gavras: Seeks his Eden through film

Award-winning director Costa-Gavras talks to Olivier Ravanello about his film Eden is West

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On the move: Greek diasporas of Russia and the Black Sea

The Greek presence in Russia and around the Black Sea has a history which goes back millenia.

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Anniversary event marked bi-communal acts of courage in Cyprus

Representatives from the Greek and Turkish communities on Cyprus came together to honour the unsung heroes from both sides who risked their lives to save people during the 1974 inv

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Dreams were built on these houses

The 60s suburban Smart House championed by migrants is as culturally important as the 19th century terrace according to Chris Fotinopoulos.

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Nia Vardalos: life not in ruins

Nia Vardalos speaks to Neos Kosmos about her latest movie, her experience of working in Hollywood, the joys of working in Greece, her recent adoption of a child and her dislike of

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And bring all Cyprus comfort

On the eve of the commemoration of the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus, DR MICHALIS MICHAEL looks at the complex factors at play in the resolution of the Cyprus issue.

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They’ve taken the Parthenon Marbles. Return them back to Greece.

The public debate about the ownership of cultural artefacts was given new momentum as a result of a panel discussion about the return of the Parthenon Marbles.

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First week of conference has mixed program of speakers

The first week of the International Conference on Greek Research at Flinders University covered the Hellenic diaspora and Cyprus as part of its public program.

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A new house for the gods

ABC reporter, HELEN VATSIKOPOULOS, shares her thoughts on visiting the new Parthenon Museum and the memories it brings back for all of us.

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Child’s play is serious business

Playing games is an important facet of children’s intellectual and social development, according to Dr Gwneda Davey.