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Development of Tatoi back on table
By Giorgos Lialios
Plans to develop the former royal estate at Tatoi, a short drive from the northern Athenian suburb of Kifissia, are coming back to life. The aim is to protect the estate as well as the buildings, to promote the environmental and historical dimension of the site, and to ensure its financial independence.
 INSIDE COMMUNITY
Crisis changes Greeks´ consumer behavior
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Experts ring alarm bells over illegal pesticides´ effect on bee populations
“Sometimes we gather dead bees by the shovel-full. It’s obvious they’ve died of poisoning because their proboscides [tongues] are ...
Art group helps keep Greek culture alive in Alexandria, Egypt
In the heart of Alexandria, the Greek quarter represents a slice of Greece in Egypt stretching from the Consulate and the Club to ...
America’s Greeks rock it Myconos-style in Florida
It’s the final countdown to the big, sold-out Memorial Day Weekend Beach Party in Florida, and ticket-holders are getting excited....
Plans to develop former royal estate back on table
Plans to develop the former royal estate at Tatoi, a short drive from the northern Athenian suburb of Kifissia, are coming back to...
International initiative aims to make science fun for young girls
When was the last time you made a necklace from your own DNA as part of having fun with your girlfriends from school? While scienc...
Traffickers swindle migrants, sending them back to Greece
After a seven-month quest to escape war in Syria, Dia Kasam thought she and her two sons were finally on their way, headed by trai...
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Traffickers swindle migrants, sending them back to Greece
 
As the European Union struggles to hammer out ground rules to distribute asylum seekers among its member nations, refugees are left to deal with the chaotic and costly reality of fleeing war and poverty.

International initiative aims to make science fun for young girls
 
Thanks to Melissa Rancourt and the Greenlight for Girls organization, girls from New York to Kinshasa and Bangalore, among many other places, are taking a fresh approach to science, technology, engineering and mathematics, also known as the STEM fields.
 
ANALYSIS
GREECE & GERMANY
The breakthrough that didn’t come
By Yannis Palaiologos
Even after the formation of the pro-bailout government under Antonis Samaras following the June 2012 elections, eurozone hawks continued to press for a clean break from Greece.
CINEMA
TASSOS BOULMETIS
‘Notias’ travels back to 60s
By Maria Katsounaki
“Notias” tells the story of a boyand his journey from adolescence to adulthood as he tries to make his dreams come true.
CITY LIFE
TATOI
Development back on the table
By Giorgos Lialios
Plans to develop the former royal estate at Tatoi, a short drive from the northern Athenian suburb of Kifissia, are coming back to life.
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