Archdiocese Distributes More Than $250,000 to Applicants Affected by COVID-19 Pandemic
Mitsotakis: The Visit to Israel Is an Opportunity to further Strengthen Relations
Bloomberg: Greece’s Successful Management of the Pandemic Does Carry a Prize
Voters Can Help Patriarchate, Greece, Cyprus by Voting in Primary on June 23
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Senate GOP to Propose Policing Changes in "Justice Act"

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans are proposing changes to police procedures and accountability with an enhanced use-of-force database, restrictions on chokeholds and...

Lafayette Square Could Decide Trump's Legacy — and Election

NEW YORK (AP) — Charlottesville. Helsinki. The children in cages at the Mexican border.

North Korea Says It's Sending Soldiers to Joint Border Sites

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea said Wednesday that it will send soldiers to now-shuttered inter-Korean cooperation sites in its territory and reinstall guard posts...

Cyprus Wants EU Naval Presence in Seas to Thwart Turkey

NICOSIA -- Cyprus Defense Minister Savvas Angelides, after briefing his European Union peers about Turkey's drilling for energy in the island's sovereign waters, said the bloc should have more a naval presence as a deterrence.

Nobel Economics Winner Sachs Tells Cyprus to Harness The Sun

NICOSIA -- American economist Jeffrey Sachs, the Nobel Prize winner, praised Cyprus for its role in the Eastern Mediterranean as the country is trying to prevent Turkey from drilling offshore for energy but urged a turn to solar energy.

Anastasiades Briefs EU Chief Over Turkish Energy Drilling

Despite reluctance from the European Union to confront Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades filled in European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen about Turkish energy drilling off the island.

After 130 Years, Aunt Jemima Will Vanish from Packaging

NEW YORK — After more than 130 years, Aunt Jemima is being removed from packaging for syrup and pancake mix.

Eiffel Tower to Reopen after Longest Closure since WWII

PARIS — Workers are preparing the Eiffel Tower for reopening next week, after the coronavirus pandemic led to the iconic Paris landmark's longest closure since...

Germany: 657 Virus Cases at Slaughterhouse in New Outbreak

BERLIN — Regional officials in western Germany said Wednesday that the number of new COVID-19 cases linked to a large meatpacking plant has risen to 657, a higher...

Special Disinfection Tunnels Installed for Putin

MOSCOW — A special disinfection tunnel has been installed in the residence of Russian President Vladimir Putin outside Moscow and two more in the Kremlin, Putin's...

India Has Added More than 2,000 COVID-19 Deaths to Its Tally

NEW DELHI, India — India has added more than 2,000 COVID-19 deaths to its tally, after Delhi and Maharashtra states included 1,672 unreported fatalities, increasing the...

Texas Gov Says State's Health System up to Task

AUSTIN, Tx -- Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is insisting the state's health care system can handle the fast-rising number of new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations as it pushes...

Church Tied to Oregon's Largest Coronavirus Outbreak

SALEM, Ore. — A church in rural northeastern Oregon is now the epicenter of the state's largest coronavirus outbreak, as 236 people tested positive for the disease,...

Increasing Number of Georgians Being Infected

ATLANTA — An increasing number of Georgians are getting infected by the new coronavirus and ending up in the hospital as Gov. Brian Kemp continues to ease restrictions on...