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Greek Premier Alexis Tsipras says the media"s out to get him

Squeezed Tsipras Attacks Greek Media, Campaign of Mass "Disinformation"

By THE NATIONAL HERALD

With his wobbly under coalition under pressure by international creditors to impose more austerity, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has blamed the country's media for unfairly pressing him in a bid to oust him.

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Oxfam Rips EU-Greece Refugee System

Big Greek Tax Hikes Backfire Badly

Greek Disease Control Chief Fired

EU Sets May 9 Greek Crisis Meeting

By TNH Staff

HEC Focuses on Professional Development

The Hellenic Education Center (HEC) of the St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church of Fall Church, VA is committed to excellence in education. “We are focused on improving academic

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By Antonis H. Diamataris

It’s a matter of leadership, stupid.

The comparison of Greece to the rest of the world – on practically every issue – is hurtful. Very hurtful. In addition, it raises the question, as well as

By TNH Staff

IHS Convention in Astoria

ASTORIA – The youth of Greek America was seen in abundance at the convention of the International Hellenic Society (IHS) in Astoria. Established in 1983 as a New York-based

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Aretakis' Geometry Adds Up

By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF 0 comment

Stefanos Aretakis, an Assistant Professor of Math at Princeton University, talked with The National Herald about geometry, Greece and what he does best.

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos gestures during a parliamentary session for a reform bill vote, in Athens, Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015. Dissenters increased pressure on Greece's grudgingly pro-reform governing coalition Thursday, hours before an important vote on measures demanded by bailout creditors. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

Greece, Creditor Talks Drone On

By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF 0 comment

As they have for nine months, negotiations between Greece and its international lenders have gone nowhere despite optimistic government assessments.

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the Indiana Theater, Sunday, May 1, 2016, in Terre Haute, Ind. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)

Trump Sees Indiana Cruz KO

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Republican Presidential front-runner Donald Trump is pushing a May 3 win in the Indiana Primary he says will knock Texas Senator Ted Cruz out of the race.

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Pittsburgh Paper Presses Cyprus Unity

By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF 0 comment

With the Cyprus unity talks stalled again, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial board said the government should be pressed hard and fast to finally make a deal.

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Red Sox Sweep Sad Yanks, 8-7

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Red Sox ace David Price got Alex Rodriguez to ground out with the game tied to give Boston an 8-7 victory over New York and a three-game sweep.

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Easter Roast Leg of Lamb

By ELENI SAKELLIS 0 comment

For many Greeks, the whole lamb or goat roasted on a spit is the centerpiece of the Easter feast. Since ancient times, feasting on roasted meats was reserved

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Pascha: An Outpouring of Hellenism's Soul

By Christopher Tripoulas 0 comment

On the heels of the Greek Parades held across North American cities (with all their shortcomings and organizational missteps accompanying genuine displays of enthusiasm and pride), and the


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