Archbishop Elpidophoros’ Meeting with President Trump Canceled
Greek Restaurant Owner Remembers His Friend George Floyd
Greece Will Pay Some Costs for Tourists Who Get COVID-19
Trump Threatens Military Force against Protesters Nationwide
Turkey Cites Libya Deal Map to Claim Greek Island Waters

Showdown: Law-and-Order President versus Protesters

WASHINGTON — Hours after a carefully orchestrated declaration by President Donald Trump to send out the military and "dominate the streets," American cities were...

Death Toll Grows in National Protests

One man was the beloved owner of a Louisville barbecue restaurant who made sure to provide free meals to officers. Another was a man known as "Mr. Indianapolis," a...

Democratic Governors Reject Trump's Call to Send in Military

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Several Democratic governors on Monday pushed back against President Donald Trump's threat to deploy the U.S. military unless they dispatch...

Turkey Denounces Arson Attack on Cypriot Mosque

Turkish officials expressed outrage over an attempt to burn down a mosque on the side of Cyprus of the legitimate government and called on government officials to offer protection.

Cyprus Will Text Migrants: Stay Away, No EU Gate Here

Cyprus will hit mobile phones with multi-lingual text messages that the country is not a path for migrants to get into the European Union after reaching the island where they are in limbo.

Rich Russians Jetted to Cyprus During COVID-19 Lockdown

With the money to do it, wealthy Russians who wanted to get out of their hard-hit country during the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic took private jets to Cyprus, which had a better record dealing with the health crisis and has a heavy Russian influence.

U.S.-Based Laconiko Wins Gold in World’s Largest Olive Oil Competition

NEW YORK – Laconiko was awarded another gold medal in the world's largest extra virgin olive oil competition in New York on May 8. This was its tenth award from the...

Cypriot Designer Michael Anastassiades Shares Tips on Visiting Cyprus

LONDON, UK – Cypriot designer Michael Anastassiades has been based in London since 1988 and founded his studio there in 1994. He trained as a civil engineer at London&rsquo...

Washington, D.C., Mayor Told CNN It’s Inappropriate for the Military to Be Used for Police Work on U.S. Streets

WASHINGTON — Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser said on CNN on Tuesday it's inappropriate for the military to be used for police work on U.S. streets.

An Unprecedented Curfew in NYC Did Little to Prevent Destruction

NEW YORK — An unprecedented curfew in New York City did little to prevent destruction as groups of people smashed their way into shops including Macy's flagship...

At Least 65 People Were Arrested at Minnesota’s Capitol in St. Paul Monday Night

ST. PAUL, Minn. — At least 65 people were arrested at Minnesota's Capitol in St. Paul Monday night for violating a curfew, police said. They gathered peacefully on...

Spanish Government Seeks Final State of Emergency Extension

MADRID — The Spanish government is seeking to extend the state of emergency it imposed over the coronavirus until June 21, when most remaining restrictions on movement and...

UK Analysis Shows People with Bangladeshi Backgrounds at Higher Mortality Risk

LONDON -- An analysis of the disproportionate effect the coronavirus outbreak in the U.K. appears to be having on members of ethnic minority groups has found that those of...

Russia's Putin Tells Government to Act Quickly on Repairing Economy

MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin has instructed his government to take quick steps to repair economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic.