Tag Archives: Greece

Capturing Stories Through the Ages – Thessaloniki

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Learn more about the history of the second largest city in Greece - Thessaloniki, and what imprints different cultures have left on the outline of the city.

A 33-Year On Hold for Cyprus Reunification Continues Despite Open Dialogue

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Greek and Turkish Cypriots claims for self determination have gone a long way in resolving Turkish military invasions and state legitimacy. Read more on the latest update on the Geneva conference between parties with AUBG Daily

AUBG Exchange Students Help Refugees in Thessaloniki

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Three exchange students spend their weekends helping out a refugee organization in Thessaloniki.

Captivating Mykonos: Fine Blend of Tradition and Simplicity

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Mykonos is a perfect embodiment of fascinating history and modern amenities, having something to offer for every traveler.

Fancy Footwork and a Flavorful Feast

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A colorful wrap up of International Week 2015. Bring on the Taste Fest!

Truths and Myths About My Country

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International Week is on! First round: country presentations.

New Leadership for Saudi Arabia and Greece

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Political overview of the changes in the leadership of Saudi Arabia and Greece.

Refugees and Migrants: Issues of Security and Integration

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Ex- AUBG professor Yavor Siderov talked about the issue of rising number of migrants and refugees in Bulgaria in front of AUBGers.

The 100th Anniversary of The Balkan Wars

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A history lesson by Professor Gradeva to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Balkan Wars.

A Sneak-Peak at the New Professors

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Check out some interesting facts about the new professors at AUBG!

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