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Million-Euro Marble Statue Seized, Greek Cop Charged

A police officer from Greece's antiquities protection department was charged in a ring trying to sell a 1-million euro statue.

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This Day in History - July 25

On July 25, 1971 Dr. Christiaan Barnard transplants two lungs and a heart into a man in Cape Town, South Africa, in a successful operation.


Syria’s Iraqi Entry Added To The Mess

The US has found itself in a foreign policy pickle of rare complexity with the apparent entry of Syria into the Iraq conflict.

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Greece’s Utility Company Probing Power Cut, Quadriplegic Woman’s Death


Following an outcry after the death of a quadriplegic woman who died an hour after her power was cut because she hadn't paid a past due bill of 237 euros ($319), Greece's Public Power Corporation (PPC) said it had launched an administrative inquiry into how it happened. The PPC issued a statement saying that it did not know the woman from Hania, Crete was reliant on medical equipment.

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AHEPA Meetings Continue

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NEW ORLEANS - The organizations of the AHEPA Family continued with its committee work and general session on on Thursday, July 24 during its 92nd Supreme Convention in

Papoulias with Samaras

Papoulias, Samaras Spar Over Democracy


President Karolos Papoulias, disagreeing with Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, said an economic crisis has forced democracy in Greece to retreat.

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Judge Asked To Stop Mid-Execution

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A U.S. Federal judge was asked to stop the botched execution of an Arizona inmate as it was going on, he said.

Troika Officials in Cyprus

Cyprus Passes 5th Bailout Review

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Cyprus' international creditors say the country's bailout program is making good progress as fiscal targets were met.

Claudio Ranieri

Ranieri New Greek Soccer Coach

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Claudio Ranieri has signed a deal to coach Greece's national football team, replacing Fernando Santos, who took it to the World Cup.

Peponi Sika Prosciutto Salad

Peponi, Sika, and Prosciutto Salad


Serves 4 Fewer things taste better than a “stolen fig" along a walk on a Greek island. Bring the summer islands to your table with this Greek version of