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Nobel Peace Prize Given to Eastern Europe Human Rights Activists

Nobel Peace Prize Given to Eastern Europe Human Rights Activists The 2022 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Belarussian, Ukrainian, and Russian activists. Credit: Piotrus, CC BY 3.0/Wikipedia ​The Norwegian Nobel Committee has awarded the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize to human rights advocate Ales Bialiatski from Belarus, the Russian human rights organization Memorial, and the […]

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Cyprus LGBT+ pride marchers seek equal family rights

Cyprus LGBT+ pride marchers seek equal family rights Hundreds of activists turned streets of the Cypriot capital into a sea of rainbows on Sunday on a pride march in a push for equal rights irrespective of sexual orientation. “Marriage for all” was the slogan of a parade through Cyprus’s capital Nicosia, using the Cypriot vernacular […]

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EU Calls on Turkey to Protect Ethnic Rights of Greek Minority

EU Calls on Turkey to Protect Ethnic Rights of Greek Minority Closeup of traditional wooden Istanbul Greek style homes with cumbalar/τζούμπες, enclosed rectangular balconies. Credit: Greek Reporter/Matthew John Hadodo Turkey should protect the human rights and property rights of its Greek minority, European Union Special Representative for Human Rights Eamon Gilmore said at the 77th […]

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FM Dendias: Turkey has no right to criticise Greece over human rights

FM Dendias: Turkey has no right to criticise Greece over human rights Turkey is not in a position to criticize Greece over human rights, after “using migration as a tool and endangering tens of thousands of human lives,” Greek Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias said in New York on Tuesday, on the sidelines of the […]

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FM states Greece will continue to defend its rights and interests

FM states Greece will continue to defend its rights and interests Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias emphasised that Greece will continue to defend its rights and interests in accordance with the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), in his recorded address to the 4th Symposium on International Law and International Policy of […]

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ExxonMobil asks for 2-year extension to drilling rights

ExxonMobil asks for 2-year extension to drilling rights Energy multinational ExxonMobil has asked for a two-year extension to the lease of two fields west and southwest of Crete for oil and gas exploration. The two fields had been leased to France’s Total for three years in October 2019, but it withdrew last April. ExxonMobil and […]

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Turkey’s attempt to reverse reality with accusations about minority rights in Thrace

Turkey’s attempt to reverse reality with accusations about minority rights in Thrace Consul General Symeon Tegos, who has extensive experience working in Thrace with the Greek Foreign Ministry, joins Thanos Davelis to break down why Ankara’s accusations regarding the rights of the Muslim minority in Thrace are unsubstantiated and an attempt to reverse reality.  Source […]

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Erdogan says Mitsotakis will ‘learn’ Lausanne Treaty, AKP sees rights’ violations in Thrace

Erdogan says Mitsotakis will ‘learn’ Lausanne Treaty, AKP sees rights’ violations in Thrace By George Gilson Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has unleashed yet another attack against Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, this time over the military defences on the Dodecanese islands as well as those in the Eastern Mediterranean, even as the spokesman of his […]

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Erdogan rails at Greece over Muslim minority rights

Erdogan rails at Greece over Muslim minority rights Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday criticized Greece for allegedly violating a settlement that has governed relations between the two countries for nearly a century. In a statement released on the 99th anniversary of the Lausanne Treaty, Erdogan accused Athens of undermining the rights of the […]

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Albania asks human rights body to cancel stolen organ claims

Albania asks human rights body to cancel stolen organ claims The Albanian Parliament has asked Europe’s top human rights body to rescind a 2011 resolution that cited since-unsubstantiated allegations of human organ harvesting during the 1990s war in Kosovo. The parliament voted 125-0 late Thursday in favor of a motion asking the Council of Europe […]

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PM Mitsotakis: Assisted reproduction an issue linked to individual rights

PM Mitsotakis: Assisted reproduction an issue linked to individual rights “An issue of our times, assisted reproduction is a worth holding an open discussion on, with all of Greek society,” Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said in Parliament on Tuesday, during the debate on the draft health ministry bill updating the legislative framework for this issue. […]

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ExxonMobil gets majority of exploration rights for Crete project

ExxonMobil gets majority of exploration rights for Crete project ExxonMobil acquired the majority of hydrocarbon exploration rights in the region of west and southwest of Crete, following the departure of TotalEnergies last April, Greece’s Hellenic Petroleum announced on Tuesday. Previously, ExxonMobil and TotalEnergies, with 40% each, along with Hellenic Petroleum (20%) had the majority of […]

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Human rights court convicts Greece over deadly migrant boat sinking

Human rights court convicts Greece over deadly migrant boat sinking The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Thursday ruled that Greece violated the European Convention of Human Rghts over the sinking of a migrant boat in 2014 in which 11 refugees, among them eight children, lost their lives. The 16 applicants, 13 Afghans, two […]

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Greek president decries US Supreme Court decision as human rights setback

Greek president decries US Supreme Court decision as human rights setback Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou has decried the decision of the US Supreme Court to overturn Roe v Wade on abortion as a narrowing of the field of human rights. Sakellaropoulou, a former president of Greece’s top legal body, the Council of State, said in […]

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Erdogan vows to protect ‘rights’ in Mediterranean and Aegean

Erdogan vows to protect ‘rights’ in Mediterranean and Aegean Turkey “will take all necessary steps to protect our rights in the Mediterranean and Aegean,” its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said on Monday. “With our four drilling rigs and our two seismic vessels, we are determined to continue our activities in the Black Sea and the […]

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Animal rights group seeks inquiry into big cat shipment to party isle

Animal rights group seeks inquiry into big cat shipment to party isle An animal rights group on Tuesday called for a judicial investigation into a shipment of two lions and a tiger that was allowed to go through customs in northern Greece, destined for the party island of Mykonos. The call for the inquiry came […]

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Gov’t spokesman: Greece fully prepared to defend its sovereign rights against challenges

Gov’t spokesman: Greece fully prepared to defend its sovereign rights against challenges The government has been “following with calmness, objectivity, and decisiveness” Turkey’s escalation of provocations recently, government spokesman Yiannis Economou told Skai TV on Saturday. In an interview, Economou said that Greece has a clear and consistent policy, multilevel diplomacy with neighboring countries, partners, […]

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Georgiou’s Strasbourg appeal

Georgiou’s Strasbourg appeal Greece risks condemnation by the European Court of Human Rights after an appeal by Andreas Georgiou, the former head of the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT), related to a two-year suspended sentence he received from a Greek court. Georgiou headed ELSTAT between 2010 and 2015 and had been accused in Greece of falsifying […]

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Orfium Music Rights Greece: Ξεκινά τη δραστηριοποίησή της στην Ελλάδα

Orfium Music Rights Greece: Ξεκινά τη δραστηριοποίησή της στην Ελλάδα H ORFIUM Music Rights Greece, θυγατρική της ORFIUM -κορυφαίας εταιρείας μουσικής τεχνολογίας- ξεκινά τη λειτουργία της ως Ανεξάρτητη Οντότητα Διαχείρισης (ΑΟΔ) μουσικών έργων στην Ελλάδα. Όπως αναφέρεται στην σχετική ανακοίνωση, σκοπός της ORFIUM Music Rights Greece είναι να απελευθερώσει την αληθινή αξία της μουσικής. Αξιοποιώντας […]

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Mitsotakis to Reuters: Greece will not tolerate violations of its sovereign rights

Mitsotakis to Reuters: Greece will not tolerate violations of its sovereign rights Amid a rising crescendo of threats, revisionist rhetoric, provocations and saber-rattling by the Erdogan administration – often magnified by pro-AKP government media – Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis tells Reuters that Athens will not back down from defending the country’s sovereign rights. Speaking […]

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Greece tries to make up lost ground on LGBTQ+ rights

Greece tries to make up lost ground on LGBTQ+ rights Raised in rural Greece, queer artist and author Sam Albatros recalls how their mother tried to console them about the bullying at school. “My mom said: ‘Don’t worry, when you grow up you are going to marry a woman, you are going to have kids […]

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Mitsotakis in message to Turkey: Greece will always defend its rights (ADDS)

Mitsotakis in message to Turkey: Greece will always defend its rights (ADDS) Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis kicked off a meeting of the cabinet on Friday with a new message concerning the rising tension in relations between Greece and Turkey, addressing the first in-person meeting of the full cabinet held since February 2020. The meeting follows […]

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American philhellenism and human rights

American philhellenism and human rights The Society for Hellenism and Philhellenism (SHP), organizes in collaboration with the Municipality of Athens at the Philhellenism Museum, an event entitled: “American philhellenism and human rights.” The event is held in collaboration with “This is Athens” as part of the program of “This is Athens City Festival.” Invited are […]

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Rights group: Bulgaria uses police dogs in migrant pushbacks

Rights group: Bulgaria uses police dogs in migrant pushbacks An international rights group said Thursday that Bulgarian authorities are attacking Afghan and other asylum-seekers, using police dogs and other violence to illegally push them back over the border into Turkey. Human Rights Watch said that the migrants reported being beaten, robbed and stripped. “Bulgarian authorities […]

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PM Mitsotakis: If Erdogan thinks I will not defend Greece’s soveign rights, then he’s wrong

PM Mitsotakis: If Erdogan thinks I will not defend Greece’s soveign rights, then he’s wrong Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis sent a strong message in the wake of recent statements by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, during his discussion in Davos on Wednesday with World Economic Forum President Borge Brende. Responding to a question regarding Erdogan’s […]

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Work in “Greece 2.0”

Work in “Greece 2.0” The May Day of 1886, thanks to which fundamental labor rights were secured during the 20th century for Greece and for the world, has unfortunately degenerated for several years into a ritualistic “strike”. With hollow announcements and protest marches that concern less and less the current workers and the problems of […]

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Two sentenced for part in killing of gay rights activist

Two sentenced for part in killing of gay rights activist Two men received 10-year prison sentences after being convicted of causing fatal bodily harm in the killing of Zak Kostopoulos, a gay rights activist, during an altercation in a jewelry shop in downtown Athens on September 21, 2018. Four police officers facing charges for their […]

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Greek Court Convicts Killers of Gay Rights Activist Zak Kostopoulos

Greek Court Convicts Killers of Gay Rights Activist Zak Kostopoulos Zak Kostopoulos was lynched on September 21, 2018, in central Athens. Credit: Facebook/Remembering Zak Kostopoulos A Greek court sentenced two men to 10 years imprisonment on Tuesday for the killing of gay rights activist Zak Kostopoulos in Athens on September 21, 2018. A 59-year-old real […]

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Human Rights Watch: Η Πολωνία πρέπει να προστατεύει καλύτερα τους πρόσφυγες από κινδύνους κακοποίησης

Human Rights Watch: Η Πολωνία πρέπει να προστατεύει καλύτερα τους πρόσφυγες από κινδύνους κακοποίησης Πρώτη καταχώρηση: Παρασκευή, 29 Απριλίου 2022, 20:49 Η Πολωνία πρέπει να ενισχύσει «επειγόντως» τα μέτρα πρόληψης και επιτήρησης για την προστασία ων Ουκρανών προσφύγων στο έδαφός της, κυρίως των γυναικών, θυμάτων εμπορίας, βίας και βιασμών, προειδοποίησε η μη κυβερνητική οργάνωση Παρατηρητήριο […]

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Head of EU border agency offers to resign, source says after accusations of rights abuse

Head of EU border agency offers to resign, source says after accusations of rights abuse The head of the European Union’s border agency Frontex, Fabrice Leggeri, has offered to resign, a source told Reuters on Friday, after accusations that the body mistreated migrants on the external frontiers of the bloc. Frontex spokesman Pior Switalski declined […]

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