63rd Round of Exploratory Talks Between Greece and Turkey in Ankara

ANKARA — The 63rd round of exploratory talks between Greece and Turkey will take place in Ankara on October 6.

Referring to the 63rd round of exploratory talks with Turkey, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on Monday during joint statements with his Cypriot counterpart Nikos Christodoulides, after their meeting in Athens, said it was unacceptable that Turkey, through constant provocations and inflammatory statements, was trying to undermine the climate of the talks before they even start.

"Greece does not threaten anyone but nor is it intimidated by illegal actions," he stressed and added: "It will protect its sovereignty, it will protect its sovereign rights according to the International Law and the Law of the Sea."


ATHENS - Greece’s state electricity company, the Public Power Corporation (PPC) has rebounded from near bankruptcy to become a regional influencer in the field, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said at the Eurelectric conference Lights On.

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NEW YORK – Meropi Kyriacou, the new Principal of The Cathedral School in Manhattan, was honored as The National Herald’s Educator of the Year.


Three Little Piggies at a Yoga Class = Maximum Happiness

SPENCER, Mass. (AP) — Three little piggies went to a yoga class.

WASHINGTON — The presidents of Northwestern and Rutgers universities defended their decisions to end pro-Palestinian encampments through negotiations rather than police force, telling a House committee on Thursday that they defused the danger without ceding ground to protesters.

SAN FRANCISCO  — Google is tried to confront the latest in a succession of legal attacks on its digital empire on Thursday as federal judge began to address anticompetitive practices in the app market for smartphones powered by its Android software.

WASHINGTON  — Get ready for what nearly all the experts think will be one of the busiest Atlantic hurricane seasons on record, thanks to unprecedented ocean heat and a brewing La Nina.

C. Dean Metropoulos has made what Babson College is calling a “transformational gift to launch the C.

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