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Here Comes The Green Sun Again: PASOK Logo for New Party

Here Comes The Green Sun Again: PASOK Logo for New Party

ATHENS - It’s not back, but the old PASOK party veterans who dominate a new party after a merger with the former Movement for Change have now brought back the Green Sun logo the Socialists had used since being founded in 1974 by the late former premier Andreas Papandreou.
Greece Ranks 2d in World for Clean Beaches, Blue Flags

Greece Ranks 2d in World for Clean Beaches, Blue Flags

ATHENS - Just in time for the approaching summer season of tourists already pouring in as the COVID-19 pandemic gradually abates is the good news that Greece’s beaches ranked second in the world for quality.
Talks? British Museum Won’t Give Up Parthenon Marbles

Talks? British Museum Won’t Give Up Parthenon Marbles

LONDON - The British Museum has no intention of returning the stolen Parthenon Marbles it has kept for 200 years, dismissing a report by the United Nations cultural arm UNESCO that said Greece and the United Kingdom would discuss.
Learn Greek Online with The Online Greek Tutor

Learn Greek Online with The Online Greek Tutor

Do you want to learn Greek but haven’t yet found the best way to do it? Do you know that you can do it online from the comfort of your couch at a time and day convenient to you?  The Online Greek tutor offers Greek lessons online to anyone wishing to improve their Greek, connect with Greek culture and history through the Greek language, according to The Online Greek Tutor's Press release.
Delphi AHEPA Chapter 25 Holds Backgammon Event at New York Athletic Club

Delphi AHEPA Chapter 25 Holds Backgammon Event at New York Athletic Club

NEW YORK – The Manhattan Chapter of the Order of AHEPA, Delphi #25, in association with the Backgammon Club of the New York Athletic Club (NYAC) hosted the Dinner & Backgammon Tournament, a wonderful and fun event on May 13.
Gianaris’ Bill to Provide Proper Burial for Unclaimed Veterans’ Remains Passes Senate

Gianaris’ Bill to Provide Proper Burial for Unclaimed Veterans’ Remains Passes Senate

ALBANY, NY – Ahead of Memorial Day, Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris announced on May 20 that the State Senate passed his legislation (S.
EU Bans Sales of Fish Over Untreated Waste on Turkish-Cypriot Side

EU Bans Sales of Fish Over Untreated Waste on Turkish-Cypriot Side

NICOSIA - The European Commission has prohibited the import of fish from Famagusta on the Turkish-occupied side of Cyprus after finding that untreated human waste was being dumped into the sea there.
Taxis in Athens, Thessaloniki Must Go Electric by 2026

Taxis in Athens, Thessaloniki Must Go Electric by 2026

ATHENS - Greece’s push to get more electric vehicles on the roads, which will offer subsidies to buy them and set up more charging stations, will be applied to taxis as well in the capital and the country’s second-largest city of Thessaloniki.
Greece Dismisses Turkish Paradox Claims of Airspace Violations

Greece Dismisses Turkish Paradox Claims of Airspace Violations

ATHENS - Turkey’s tactics to get the upper hand in its claims to Greek territories after repeatedly sending fighter jets over Greek islands and waters is to claim that Greece is violating Turkish airspace.
Brice Marden and Greek Antiquity at the MCA in Athens May 20-August 29

Brice Marden and Greek Antiquity at the MCA in Athens May 20-August 29

ATHENS – As part of the exhibition series Divine Dialogues, American artist Brice Marden presents his work in dialogue with selected antiquities from the Museum’s permanent collections, as well as three new works created especially for the exhibition.

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