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Jeremy Paxman attacks recent efforts to repatriare the Parthenon Sculptures

In an article for the Telegraph, Jeremy Paxman attacked recent efforts to repatriate the Parthenon Sculptures. Choosing to overlook Ms Amal Alamuddin’s expertise he...
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Athens International Airport to launch interactive voting application for reunification of the parthenon sculptures

A new app is being created which will allow travellers in the Athens International Airport to vote whether they are in favour of reunification...
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British Museum responds to accusation about displaying potentially looted artefacts from the Amphipolis tomb

Last month news emerged about British soldiers potentially having looted the Amphipolis tomb while stationed in the area during the First World War. Several...
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Former Australian Prime Minister and philhellene Gough Whitlam dies at 98

Our sympathy goes out to former Australian Prime Minster Gough Whitlam’s family and friends. He was known for his Philhellenic spirit and advocacy for...
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Promakhos leading actor interviewed about film and Parthenon Sculptures

Pantelis Kodogiannis, the star of the much discussed film Promakhos, which is expected to premiere in the coming weeks, gave an interview during which...
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Andrew George MP addresses UNESCO mediation request

Liberal Democrat MP and Chair of Marbles Reunited, Andrew George, raised the matter of reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures in the House of Commons...
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Amal Alamuddin to visit Athens next week for meeting with Greek Prime Minister

Plans for Amal Alamuddin to visit the Greek Prime Minister have been renewed. Ms Alamuddin was initially expected last month, however her visit was...
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UNESCO turns reunification debate into an international affair

A battle was won last night at the UNESCO headquarters, in Paris, following the unanimous recommendation of the Intergovernmental Committee of the International Organization...
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British soldiers may have looted the Amphipolis tomb during WWI

In 1915, Greek Prime Minister Eleftherios Venizelos requested the British government’s help in fighting the Bulgarians in the Greek region of Macedonia. As a...
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Figures from the past at the Acropolis Museum

On the occasion of the European Heritage Day and World Tourism Day from Friday 26th September 2014 to Sunday 28th September 2014, the Acropolis...