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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Over 20.9 million tourists have visited Greece so far

Tourism continues to grow in Greece in 2018 according to official Bank of Greece data that showed an 116 increase in incoming tourism traffic betweenJanuary and August with a


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Editorial ignores progress within Greek community

We write to you as leaders in the Panhellenic sorority community. We appreciate the use of your platform to inform the public about problematic incidents within our community — specifically, the photo ...


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Model Marisa Papen poses naked in Hagia Sofia and triggers an outrage

Former “Playboy” model Marisa Papen posed naked at the entrance of Hagia Sofia and triggered an outrage. The 25-year-old wore a black burka when she entered the former Church and Mosque that is now a Museum. For the sake of photo-shoot, she lifted the burka and exposed that she wore no underwear. The picture was … The post Model Marisa Papen poses naked in Hagia Sofia and triggers an outrage appeared first on Keep Talking Greece.


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Recent editorial on Greek life dismisses community’s efforts for change

We write to you as leaders in the Panhellenic sorority community. We appreciate the use of your platform to inform the public about problematic incidents within our community — specifically, the photo ...


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The 12th Annual New York City Greek Film Festival Comes to a Close

NEW YORK – The final day of film screenings for the 12th Annual New York City Greek Film Festival (NYCGFF) took place on October 22. Four films […] The post The 12th Annual New York City Greek Film Festival Comes to a Close appeared first on The National Herald.


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EU rejects Italy's budget, raising stakes in dispute

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union set up a high-stakes battle with Italy, one of the bloc's biggest economies, over who has final control over a member state's budget after the executive Commission took the unprecedented step of ordering the country to revise its public spending plans. In a move that escalates a monthlong standoff, the EU said the populist government's budget for next year is out of line and breaks earlier promises to lower public debt. Italy's debt load is the second-highest in Europe, after Greece, and there are worries that losing control of spending could rekindle financial turmoil in Europe. The populist Italian government says the sharp increase in spending is needed to jumpstart growth after years of malaise.


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This Ancient Greek Vessel is the World’s Oldest Intact Shipwreck

Off the Bulgarian coast, just over a mile beneath the surface of the Black Sea, archaeologists have discovered what they believe is the world’s oldest intact shipwreck. Measuring some 75 feet (23 mete...


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