Discover Rhodes this Summer

Discover Rhodes this Summer

There are so many reasons why you should choose to visit Rhodes this season. A place with long history and rich tradition, considered the capital of the Greek islands. The Greek island of Rhodes is an attractive mix of spectacular beaches, historical sights and lush forest. With 300 days of...

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Republic of North Macedonia?

Republic of North Macedonia?

On September 30th, the Republic of Macedonia held a referendum on the name of their country. The final result came in at 94.18 percent in favor of renaming the country to the “Republic of North Macedonia.” However, the referendum was invalid because only 37 percent of eligible voters participated. According...

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60, and counting, dead in Greece wildfires

60, and counting, dead in Greece wildfires

60 people, at the time of publication, have died in the Attica region near Athens from wildfires. A further 100 people have been injured. The village of Mati has experienced the worst fatality rate, with 26 bodies found around 30ft away from the beach. The president of the Greek Red...

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Eurexiting and Euremaining

Eurexiting and Euremaining

Britain has always been one of the least European countries in Europe, and maintained a reputation for harbouring the strongest eurosceptic traditions.   However, in a recent survey by the Pew Research Centre, the so called “British question” appears to have spread across the channel and onto the continent. With...

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Eurexiting and Euremaining

Britain has always been one of the least European countries in Europe, and maintained a reputation for harbouring the strongest eurosceptic traditions.   However, in a recent survey by the Pew Research Centre, the so called “British question” appears to have spread across the channel and onto the continent. With...

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EU agrees €3 billion deal with Turkey to halt “irregular migration”

EU agrees €3 billion deal with Turkey to halt “irregular migration”

After meeting with the Turkish government, European Council President Donald Tusk has agreed a deal which aims to stop “the flow of irregular migration via Turkey to Europe”.   In a statement, Tusk explained that the Turkey-EU deal ensures the mutual “commitment” to the “joint action plan activated on 29th...

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Harry Mount’s Odyssey: Ancient Greece in the Footsteps of Odysseus

An ancient and a modern odyssey come together in this unusual book, which tells of the wanderings of the author, Harry Mount, and those of the Homeric Odysseus. Mount is quintessentially English, complete with humour and hat. He had a traditional, classical education at Westminster School and Magdalen College, Oxford....

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The Parthenon Marbles

It is no coincidence that the monumental south entrance to the British Museum, with its octastyle portico, steps and fluted Ionic columns, bears more than a passing resemblance to the Parthenon in the Acropolis, with its eight fluted Pentelic marble Doric columns on which sits a pediment, containing various pieces...

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