The children of Moria

In the neighborhoods of Moria, on the side between the mud and the garbage’s, children play casually, running among the narrow alleys created by tents and makeshift accommodations. Perhaps this is a ...

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The price of migration

"I thought that my life was about to change if I was leaving Afghanistan. Eventually it changed, but that change had nothing to do with how I was imagining it would be" says Ekramudin Khurami, ...

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The Other Languages” and Elisabeth H. Grigoriadou

Elisabeth H. Grigoriadou comes from the prefecture of Kozani. In fact the inhabitants of the village where she is from are going to be rehoused after years of petitioning on their part. The reason? ...

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Syrian coffee

"In a pound of coffee, I want 40 to 50 grams Cardamom and 15 grams Mastic." This is the pot of Syrian coffee according to the preferences of Abuňour. Every week, he was taking a taxi from his home, ...

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«Salam Asef»

It was in autumn 2016 when I met Asef. Asef Faizi is his complete name. He was sleeping rough with his brother's family, opposite Thessaloniki's railway station. In a park, along with dozens of other ...

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With «TRELA» from Paris to Tinos

She discovered Greece at a very young age, through Melina Merkouri, Zil Dasen, Theodoros Aggelopoulos and Kostas Gavras. She is a Digital strategy consultant & information architect that has ...

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“On The Rocks, Telendos” or the “princess” who peeps at Kalymnos?

“Oh yes! Paradise has never been nostalgia. That is the truth. Paradise has neither been a reward. Paradise has been our right…”, according to the Greek famous poet Odysseus Elytis. Paradise is our ...

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The school of Telendos and its great history!

The teacher of the small school on the edge of the Aegean, in the beautiful island of Telendos, arrives daily in his yard from Kalymnos. But when the weather is not good, the teacher cannot approach ...

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«Island weddings, a touch of dream» by Paraskevi Antonopoulou

How many of us do know Telendos? Telendos is a small island, a tiny rock close to Kalymnos, an ornament on the Aegean sea. The starting point of my adventure has been this tiny rock, and in a short ...

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The modern Oliver Twists who live next to us

IT was a few days before Christmas in 2016 when I met Mohib, a minor from Afghanistan in the park across from Thessaloniki's railway station. A happy child, full of life. When I asked him where he ...

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