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April 2010 Week 1


The great message of hope for the modernization of Greece that the polls of May 21 gave out, when Kyriakos Mitsotakis won twice as many votes as his second-place opponent, was somewhat diminished due to the appearance of a new religion-based party that came out of nowhere and almost entered Parliament.

Copy StoryMore OptionsClosATHENS, Greece (AP) — A far-right party banned from participating in Greece's upcoming election pledged support Friday for a newly founded political group that received Supreme Court approval to field candidates.

ATHENS - Greece anticipates the delivery of the initial F-35 jets from the United States by 2028, according to statements made by former National Defense Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos during an interview with Real FM on Friday.

NEW YORK – The Permanent Mission of Greece to the UN participated at the UN International Bazaar on June 6 at the UN Headquarters in New York, after four years, due to the pandemic restrictions.

HONOLULU — Hawaii tourism officials urged tourists to be respectful when flocking to a national park on the Big Island to get a glimpse of the latest eruption of Kilauea, one of the world's most active volcanoes.

THESSALONIKI – A major development for bridging the best thinking in science and law will take the form of Nanotexnology's first interdisciplinary Workshop on Law and Ethics in Nanotechnology Safety and Health in Food at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece on July 6.

ATHENS - Government sources dismiss claims of a private visit by Ibrahim Kalin to Greece, refuting a newspaper report suggesting he is touring the country by tourist coach.

WASHINGTON — Thick, smoky air from Canadian wildfires made for days of misery in New York City and across the U.

NEW YORK – Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis (NY-11) on June 8 was named Citizen of the Year by the New York City Police Department (NYPD) Honor Legion, the oldest Fraternal Organization in the NYPD, for her unwavering support for our nation's law enforcement officers.

ATHENS – The Greek Health Ministry has announced an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the tragic deaths of a 19-year-old pregnant woman and a 63-year-old woman who were unable to receive timely ambulance services.


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