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05.06.2019 / 11:08

European Parliament elections gave observers of the far right in Greece something to smile about as Golden Dawn lost nearly half of its votes compared to the previous EU ballot in 2014. But it was not all good news. 


14.05.2019 / 09:16

If you’re lucky enough to fly to Amsterdam on a cloudless day, your gaze will inevitably be drawn to the unusually geometrical, handmade mosaic that is the Dutch countryside. 


10.04.2019 / 09:37

Almost 13 years and 86 million shoes since the launch of the one-for-one model, Toms takes the next step.


15.03.2018 / 14:35

As she waits for her son, a Golden Dawn party MP, to come out of jail, Dafni wipes a collection of rifles sitting on a weapons rack in their family home.


07.03.2018 / 09:10

Shot over a period of eight months, “Dying for Europe” chronicles the perilous journey of the wretched masses, the tragedy of loss, and the eventual closure of the so-called Balkan route that left thousands of people stranded on Greek soil.


03.03.2018 / 10:26

It’s late winter 2016, at a makeshift cemetery for Muslim migrants on Lesvos, less than 10 nautical miles off the Turkish coast.


20.02.2018 / 16:42

A paraplegic punk rocker wants to climb to the top of Mount Olympus, a man grapples with his father’s ailing health after returning to live with his parents, a former rebel returns home after his abduction as a child by members of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).


15.02.2018 / 15:32

Nominated for this year’s Academy Award for best documentary feature, “Faces Places” by 89-year-old French New Wave pioneer Agnes Varda and French guerrilla “photograffeur” JR will open the 20th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival (TDF), which starts on March 2.


09.01.2018 / 17:34

Descendants of refugees are more likely to back measures in support of incoming asylum-seekers if they are reminded of their forefathers’ experience, according to a new study which suggests that leveraging past experience can be an effective way of increasing empathy and reducing out-group discrimination.



25.05.2017 / 09:38

China’s One Belt, One Road initiative has the potential to transform the Black Sea region in terms of development and economic integration barring geopolitical competition between the big powers in the area, Frans Paul van der Putten, a senior research fellow at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendael, has told Kathimerini English Edition.


25.05.2017 / 09:35

The inaugural Balkans & Black Sea Cooperation Forum opens on Thursday in Serres, central Macedonia, with the goal of serving as a think tank to outline the current state of affairs, take a look at political indicators and navigate toward growth and cooperation during this crucial period for the region in terms of culture, the economy and other areas.