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Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias was the center of attention in Brussels. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

Greece, EU Compromise Over Russian Sanctions, Tough Talk Toned Down

By Associated Press

The European Union extended by six months an existing set of sanctions against Russian and pro-Russia separatist officials because of the continued fighting in eastern Ukraine and was planning further action, officials said, but Greece barred new measures.

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Varoufakis Says Bailouts “Toxic Mistake”

By Associated Press

Educators Celebrate Greek Letters Day With Poetry, Tributes

The Hellenic American Educators Association affiliated with the United Federation of Teachers hosted its 2nd annual Celebration of Greek Letters Day at Holy Trinity Cathedral in Manhattan

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By Antonis H. Diamataris

Greeks Rejoice in Change – For Now

A wind of optimism is blowing in Greece. Perhaps it is a juvenile expression of excessive euphoria. But it is useful and necessary, fulfilling needs.

By Associated Press

Officer's Injury a Mystery in Denver Teen Death

DENVER, CO — A Denver police officer involved in the deadly shooting of a 17-year-old girl may have been injured trying to get out of the way of

Bostjan Jazbec

ECB Sees Mixed Greek Signals

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Greece’s new government is sending “very mixed signals” over its international bailouts and could be excluded from a European Central Bank bond-buying plan.

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Senate Passes Keystone Bill

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WASHINGTON, DC - By a margin of 62-36, with nine Democrats breaking rank to join Republicans in achieving a 60+ filibuster-proof supermajority, the United States Senate passed a

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Outgoing Greek Foreign Minister Venizelos Says Cyprus is a Top Priority

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Evangelos Venizelos , the outgoing Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, told his successor, Nicos Kotzias, that the Cyprus problem “is always our top national issue”,  during the ceremony where

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Knicks Put Thunder Down Under, 100-92

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Carmelo Anthony had 31 points and 10 rebounds, Lance Thomas scored 17 against his former team as the Knicks beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 100-92.

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Wine and Fasolada

By LAUREN LOEFFLER 0 comment

Thibault Liger-Belair, Moulin-à-Vent “Vielles Vignes” 2011 This is serious Beaujolais. Hailing from one of the northern most villages of the ten Crus of Beaujolais, this Moulin-à-Vent is testament to

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