Greek Authorities Investigate Caratzas, Likely for Espionage

- March 17, 2014

Greek-American publisher and business consultant Aristide D. Caratzas is being investigated by the Greek Justice Department for reasons unknown to him and undisclosed to him by the authorities, he told TNH, as authorities searched his home on March 14 and seized a number of documents. Most likely, Caratzas, who consults Israeli companies that seek to invest in Greece, is suspected of spying for the Israeli and American governments.

Johns Hopkins Announces Dracopoulos Directorship

- March 16, 2014

The Berman Institute of Bioethics at Johns Hopkins University announced the endowment of its directorship, made possible by the gift of board member Andreas C. Dracopoulos.

Cypriot Young Professionals Support Children

- March 14, 2014

ASTORIA – The children who are helped by Cyprus Children’s Fund are the ultimate beneficiaries of the 2nd Annual Cyprus Sweethearts Event that was recently held at […]

Grand Opening for Philopthochos’ New Home in NY

- March 14, 2014

NEW YORK – Several hundred Philoptochos members, supporters and friends from across the United States joined His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America and President Aphrodite […]

New Film on Smyrna Aftermath in N.Y.

- March 14, 2014

NEW YORK – If reality or humanity is not holographic, as some thinkers believe, a community’s memory is. Knowledge of events and epochs is all […]