Europe

Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca Crack Down on Booze Tourism

New regulations may soon change the atmosphere of the Balearic Islands, a popular destination known for its parties and general…

Greece, Cyprus, and Turkey Face Off Overseas and Online

Cyprus, Greece, and Turkey are facing off again, but this time online as well as at sea. By focusing on…

Gibraltar Faces Uncertain Future as Clock Ticks Down on Brexit

Earlier this week, representatives from both the UK and Gibraltar attended a final meeting in London to discuss future negotiations…

2019 Saw 500,000 Immigrants Make Portugal their New Home

After years of high emigration numbers, it looks as though Portugal is finally seeing an uptick in residents. For the…

The EU Takes Charge on Libya

A high-profile summit that convened on January 19TH in Berlin sought to build the base for a lasting ceasefire in…

Halloumi Hits Roadblock on its Way to PDO Status

Cyprus’ famous halloumi cheese, a dairy product also known as the country’s “white gold”, has found itself at the centre…

Katerina Sakellaropoulou Wins Greece’s Presidency in Dramatic Victory

In a stunning election result yesterday, a top judge has been elected Greece’s first female president. Katerina Sakellaropoulou won with…

The IMF Prepares to Depart Athens

On January 7th, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced that the IMF will be leaving the country. The fund is…

Portugal to Make Significant Increases in Art Spending

2020 could be an exciting year for art in Portugal. The country’s government has committed to spending 500,000 euros on…

New EastMed Pipeline Brings Tension and Opportunity

On January 2nd, Greece and Cyprus made history after signing a deal with Israel on a nearly 2000-kilometre subsea pipeline,…
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