Authors Posts by TNH Staff

TNH Staff

1133 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

San Antonio Storms Damage More Than 100 Homes

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A severe storm system spawned a possible tornado that caused minor injuries and damaged more than 100 homes in the San Antonia area late Sunday night and early Monday. The San Antonio Fire Department said at least 43 homes were damaged near Linda Drive on the city's…

Messinia Pro-Am: Participants from 13 countries!

Athens, February 20th, 2017. Everything’s ready for the 1st international golf tournament Messinia Pro-Am, organized by Costa Navarino, which aims at contributing to the promotion of golf tourism and to the development of the sport in Greece. Top professional and amateur golfers from the following 13 countries will participate in…

Eurozone, Greece Try to Avoid Another Crisis

BRUSSELS - The eurozone's 19 finance ministers will try to defuse the risk of another Greek crisis when they meet later onin Brussels. Greece remains dependent on bailout loans from its partners in the eurozone to pay its debts. Without them, it faces bankruptcy and a potential exit from the euro.…

N.Y. Grand Central Showcase for Greek Products, Culture

NEW YORK - Hellas North American Events Inc, in association with North Events, is preparing the first Greek tourism, culture and gastronomy exhibition in New York, titled “Greek Panorama,” on May 11-13 at the emblematic Grand Central Terminal station in Manhattan. The exhibition will be hosted by the Vanderbilt Hall,…

Greece Will Accelerate Return of Island Refugees to Turkey

LESBOS, Greece - Refugees and migrants on Greece’s overwhelmed eastern Aegean islands will be return to Turkey faster under a swap deal, authorities said. The government, criticized for conditions in camps and detention centers housing nearly 14,000 people, has been unable to deal with the number of asylum applications. Authorities…

Trump, Free Press and the Greek-American Photographer Chris Hondros

WASHINGTON - Sen. John McCain says a free press is vital "to preserve democracy as we know it." And he cautions about efforts to muzzle a free press, saying "that's how dictators get started." Sen. McCain spoke out Saturday answering to the comments made the last few days by the…

Pete J. Kithas, World War II Veteran, Died, he Was 93

WYOMING - Pete J. Kithas, 93, of Cheyenne passed away on Feb. 14 at Central Wyoming Hospice Home in Casper. Pete was born May 30, 1923, in Cheyenne, a son of the late John and Katherine (Trengakis) Kithas. [caption id="attachment_151163" align="alignleft" width="150"] Photo: by Wyoming Tribune Eagle[/caption] Pete served in…

New Democracy Still Runaway Leader Over SYRIZA

ATHENS - Main opposition party New Democracy (ND) continued to field a double-digit lead over ruling leftist SYRIZA in a latest opinion poll, which showed it ahead by 13 percentage points. The poll, conducted by the MRB firm and commissioned by the Athens-based Star TV channel, were presented on the…

Stalled Cyprus Unity Talks Up in the Air Again, Uncertain Return

NICOSIA – Cyprus’ rival leaders are still bickering over why unity talks fell apart and it could keep them apart and away from a scheduled Feb. 23 meeting. Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci stormed out of the negotiations in a feud over a 1950 unofficial referendum in which Cypriots were asked…

Schaeuble Denies Greece Eurozone Exit Seen, But Pushes Demands

BERLIN - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble denied he said Greece could be forced out of the Eurozone but admitted it depends on whether the government will continue imposing harsh measures. Schaeuble, whose country has put up the bulk of 326 billion euros ($346.33 billion) in three bailouts to save…