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Rhodes shocked by violent crime

Two men were arrested on Tuesday in Rhodes for the brutal killing of a university student this week, in a case that has shaken the local community, but also upset …

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Three Greek cities among the World’s Top City Destinations of 2018

Global market research company Euromonitor International has just released its Top 100 City Destinations 2018 report, ranking cities across the globe based on international tourist arrivals. Three Greek cities have …

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Mandarin most common language in Melbourne after English, followed by Greek

A new anthology has shed light on the state of multilingualism in Australia with a focus on Sydney, revealing a shift away from European languages. Multilingual Sydney co-edited by Macquarie …

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Australians rally behind Greek Australian presenter who was frogmarched out of Question Time for showing ‘too much skin’

“Ridiculous” and “scandalous” are among the most common adjectives being used to describe the incident that saw Australia’s reputation for conservatism, despite being such a young nation, reach new heights. …

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FYROM PM’s statement about teaching ‘Macedonian language’ in Greece causes controversy

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) surpassed yet another hurdle on its way to ratify the Prespes Agreement on Sunday. The country voted in Parliament for a second reading …

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Over 1,000 unaccompanied migrant children in Greece receive shelter and education

The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has announced that since the beginning of the year it has provided food and shelter to over 1,114 unaccompanied minors. Made possible thanks to …

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Kostopoulos’ death connected to police abuse, investigation shows

An investigation into the death of LGBTQI activist, Zak Kostopoulos has indicated that the abuse he suffered by the four police officers that were present on the scene could have …

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Greek police uncover gold-smuggling organisation resulting in 59 arrests

Greek authorities have managed to lift the veil on one of the greatest crime syndicates in the country to date. A gold-smuggling business that had been operating for at least …

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Calling for a fair-go for migrants

The Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) has called on politicians to reject a bill, which would see waiting periods extended for newly arrived migrants accessing social welfare …

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The Royal Commission should look into all paid police informers, criminal law expert says

Accredited criminal law specialist and lawyer, George Defteros has welcomed the news that a royal commission will be established in Victoria to look at the recruitment of police informants, following …