Turkey has an extensive list of violations in the air and sea against Greece and other NATO members, not to mention the 1974 invasion of Cyprus, now an EU nation.
As if education hasn’t been cannibalized enough in Texas, the city of Mont Belvieu has gone after a young man because of his hair.
(THE CONVERSATION) A bomb struck the complex of the historic Church of Saint Porphyrius in Gaza on Oct.
‘Stand against Hamas’ Terror or Stand with Them’ was the title of an article in the New York Daily News a few days ago.
Two weeks after the horrific and provocative attacks in Israel by Hamas, and following the relentless bombardment of Gaza by Israel, two things are becoming blatantly clear that this is an event with long and wide implications and that we should assess through a wider regional lens.
Certain moments in history are incomprehensible in their expression of evil.
“The line between good and evil passes through the heart of every human being.
It’s October, and that comes with cooler temperatures, fall foliage, and a fond farewell to the freedom of summer.
When our forefathers immigrated here near the turn of the 20th century, they generally desired to maintain their Hellenism in America.
We read the article ‘Greece, Battered a Decade Ago, Is Booming’ by Liz Alderman, with additional reporting from Niki Kitsantonis, published by The New York Times September 25.