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Nick Waterhouse | Athens & Thessaloniki | March 30 & 31

Known for his evocative blend of classic rock'n'roll with garage and soul, LA-based singer-songwriter Nick Waterhouse is coming back to Greece after a sold-out show in 2017 to perform at Athens's Fuzz Club and Thessaloniki's Fix Factory on Saturday and Sunday, March 30 and 31, respectively.

Acropolis Museum for Free | Athens | March 25

In celebration of Greek Independence Day, the Acropolis Museum invites visitors to take in its permanent collections with free admission from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m and to participate in tours of the galleries with its archaeologists. The tours are in Greek and start at noon, 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Weasel Dance | Athens | March 26

Creative team Most Mechanics Are Crooks presents its first event, titled "Weasel Dance: The Mimetic in the Post-Digital Predicament," in cooperation with the Goethe Institute.

FinMin Teodorovici: EU officials only feign interest in citizens, everyone for themselves

The Country Report presented by the European Commission that includes Romania in the imbalanced states' category was drafted based on media-provided information and placed in a wrong context, and the European officials often only feign interest in the EU citizens, while seeing to their own interest, Romanian Finance Minister Eugen Teodorovici on Friday told an event organised by the European Co

Erdoğan urges fight against Islamophobia

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on March 22 called for a global fight against rising Islamophobia like the one against "anti-Semitism after the Holocaust" following the deadly attacks on two New Zealand mosques.

SYRIZA MEP candidate drops out of race after furor over conviction

A candidate with ruling SYRIZA in the upcoming European parliamentary elections dropped out of the race on Friday following a public outcry over the fact that she has been convicted of fraud against the state.

Pitting people against each other to win elections not right: CHP head

Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu has slammed President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's election campaign rhetoric for the upcoming March 31 elections, saying discriminating citizens according to their ideological affiliations is not right.

Foreign Minister Zaharieva in Tokyo: Bulgaria and Japan are Deepening their Cooperation in a Number of Areas

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva held a number of meetings on the first day of her visit to Japan where both countries expressed their readiness to exchange expertise in different areas, to support the Western Balkans with concrete projects, to deepen their cooperation in education, culture, sport and equality between men and women, the Ministry of Forei

P&O Ports Dubai bids to buy Port of Novi Sad

The company was the sole bidder, and the documentation submitted was deemed to comply with tender requirements, Tanjug is reporting on Friday.

Akar’s remarks ‘not based on reason,’ Greek Defense Minister says

Hours after Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar reportedly claimed that the Aegean Sea and Cyprus lie within Turkey's territorial waters, his Greek counterpart Evangelos Apostolakis urged Ankara officials to refrain from unreasonable statements that fuel bilateral tension.