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Will the Greek government survive the ‘Northern Macedonia’ crisis?

A debate set to decide the fate of the SYRIZA government in Greece will begin in the plenary five hours from now and will end with a confidence vote on …

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Turkey allows construction of Orthodox church for the first time since 1923

The go-ahead for the construction of the first Orthodox Church to be built in Turkey since 1923, has been given by Istanbul’s municipal authorities. In yesterday’s edition of the Turkish …

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Greek and Australian passports in Top 10… again!

The Greek passport once again made it to the Top 10 of the Henley Passport Index thanks to its visa-free access to 184 destinations. Higher up in the rankings, Japan …

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British Library to showcase famous Ancient Greek wax ‘tablet’ used for homework

The very first recorded ‘tablet’ made of wax and displaying a child’s Greek homework from 1,800 years ago is to be exhibited at the British Library this year. The artifact, …

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Searching for my Greek father in Australia

Born in Melbourne 48 years ago, Eleni believed she was the fourth and only daughter of the Senior family and it wasn’t until two years ago, at the age of …

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Greece offers one of the lowest minimum wages in Europe

While Australia and Luxembourg offer the highest minimum hourly wages in the world Greece lags behind providing one of the lowest legal remunerations which results into low purchasing power. According …

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FYROM leadership divided over name deal with Greece

While Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Prime Minister Zoran Zaev declares his optimism in the lead up to the third and final vote on the Prespes accord, the president …

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FYROM PM confident his government will approve the Prespes accord

Prime Minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Zoran Zaev, appeared hopeful on Wednesday while talking to the press in regards to the Prespes agreement moving forward. Speaking …

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Nick Philippoussis’ child rape charges dropped following stroke

The charges against Nick Philippoussis, the father of Australian tennis player Mark Philippoussis, who had been accused for child rape have been dropped, a California judge ruled. The Australian tennis coach …

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LA museum disputes Italian court ruling over return of Greek Bronze

Italy’s relationship with J. Paul Getty museum has gone sour following the museum’s appeal of a ruling by the country’s Supreme Court, ordering the return of a prized ancient Greek …