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