Psaros Family Endows Ecumenical Patriarch Chaplaincy Chair at Georgetown U.
Biden, Patriarch Bartholomew Discuss Climate, Religious Freedom
Years in the Unmaking: In Greece, Justice Delayed, Denied
Greece Mourns Passing of KINAL Leader Fofi Gennimata
US Details New International COVID-19 Travel Requirements

150 People Arrested in US-Europe Darknet Drug Probe

WASHINGTON — Law enforcement officials in the U.S. and Europe have arrested 150 people and seized more than $31 million in an international drug trafficking investigation...

FDA Advisers Review Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids

WASHINGTON — Kid-size doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine may be getting closer as government advisers on Tuesday began deliberating whether there's enough...

Biden Announces $100 Million Spending at ASEAN Summit

WASHINGTON— President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced a $100 million initiative meant to beef up the U.S. relationship with the organization of Southeast Asian nations.

Invest Cyprus Boosts “Olivewood” Film Industry at Raindance Film Festival

LONDON – As this year's guest country at the 29th Raindance Film Festival, Cyprus hopes to boost the “Olivewood” film industry by showcasing the talents of established and upcoming Cypriot filmmakers, as well as the optimal environment for filmmaking on the island...

Turkish-Cypriot Leader Wants Peace on Island - On His Terms

NICOSIA -- Turkish-Cypriot hardliner leader Ersin Tatar said while he doesn't want reunification of Cyprus - only recognition for the occupied northern third - he still wants peace there.

Unchecked, Turkey Threatens Greece, Cyprus Against Energy Drilling

NICOSIA -- Cypriot plans to drill for energy in its own waters has riled Turkey - which claims the seas around the island where it has occupied the northern third since an unlawful 1974 invasion.

UN: Net Zero Pledges on Climate Give Hope, But Still Vague

BERLIN — The United Nations reported Tuesday that fresh pledges by governments to cut greenhouse gas emissions raise hopes but aren't strict enough to avoid...

Wildlife Agencies to Cancel Trump Endangered Species Rules

BILLINGS, Mont. — President Joe Biden's administration is moving to cancel two environmental rollbacks under former President Donald Trump that limited habitat...

Majority in US Concerned about Climate: AP-NORC/EPIC Poll

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden heads to a vital U.N. climate summit at a time when a majority of Americans regard the deteriorating climate as a problem of high...

The Pita Place in Muskegon Serves Gyros with Fresh, Homemade Pita

MUSKEGON, MI – The Pita Place, 2039 East Apple Avenue in Muskegon, has been a staple in the area for lunch and dinner for 16 years, MLive reported on October 23.

Celestyal Cruises Launches Early “Black Friday” Sale with Discounts up to 40% off

ATHENS – To help travelers get a jump start on holiday giving and savings Celestyal Cruises, the award-winning, number one choice for cruise travelers to the Greek Islands...

Moderna to Supply Africa with Up to 110 Million COVID Doses

NAIROBI, Kenya — Moderna on Tuesday said it will make up to 110 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine available to African countries, which local officials called a...

COVID-19 Cases Spike in Belgium; Govt Poised for Action

BRUSSELS — Coronavirus indicators are shooting upward in Belgium, pushing the government on Tuesday to consider re-imposing some pandemic measures that it only relaxed...

CDC Extends Cruise Line Health Rules Until Mid-January

WASHINGTON — Federal health officials on Monday extended for nearly three more months its rules that cruise ships must follow to sail during the pandemic.