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Cynthia (Efstathia) Economidis
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Samaras Wants Troika OK To Cut Taxes - For Corporations Only

With Greeks buried under big tax hikes, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras reportedly wants to cut corporate taxes to generate growth.

By Associated Press

Turkish-Cypriot Leader Sees 2014 Cyprus Deal Near, 40 Years Later

The Turkish Cypriot leader said that a settlement of the 40-year-old conflict that divided the Mediterranean island is possible this year.

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Ryan Budget: Madness or Meaningful?

In this Agora, Dan Georgakas says Congressman Paul Ryan's proposed deep budget cuts are madness, but Constantinos Scaros says the government's $1 million-per-minute spending is the real insanity.

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> Amb. Patrick M. Theros

> Andy Dabilis

> By Mariyana Spyropoulos

> Constantinos E. Scaros

> Dr. Andre Gerolymatos

Community Mourns Passing of Cynthia Economidis

By TNH Staff

SAN JOSE, CA – Cynthia (Efstathia) Economidis fell asleep in the Lord on Holy Wednesday, April 16. She was the beloved wife of  Theofanis Economidis, and mother to their daughter, Roberta (Hariklia). Cynthia was born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin on October 5,1936. She was active in the Greek community in Sheboygan and in the Saint Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church where she served as organist and a member of the choir for many years. Cynthia received her Bachelor’s

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HMS of NY Donates Vaccines to Greece

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The Hellenic Medical Society of New York announced that it is proud to have donated 300 vaccines to Greece for children in need, aiding the humanitarian efforts of Doctors

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Greeks Scramble For Social Dividend

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More than 225,000 Greeks have applied for a "social dividend" the government is giving ahead of critical May elections.

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The Constitutionality of Obamacare will be under judicial review by the U.S. Supreme Court once again.

States May Prevent Public Colleges from Using Race as an Admissions Factor

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In a blow to Affirmative Action, the US Supreme Court ruled state colleges can be prohibited from using race as a factor for admitting students.

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Turkish Visas Deny Cyprus Exists

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Cypriots who want to visit Turkey will either have to get visas that say their country doesn't exist or stipulate they live under Turkish rule.

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Panathinaikos, Olympiakos Stay Alive

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Down 2-0 in Euroleague quarter-final play, Olympiakos and Panathinaikos returned home on April 21 to beat Real Madrid and CSKA Moscow.

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Kerkyra: The Ultimate Easter Experience

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Passionate band music, fragrant blooming trees, and a fresh springtime essence will put you in the mood for a wonderful religious celebration reflective of the Kerkyra’s rich traditions