NEW YORK - Progressive activist, investigative journalist, and founder of the women’s group Matriarch, Nomiki Konst, will continue her fight for the community though her candidacy in the State Senate District 59 primary race.
ATHENS – Unable to travel in their own country because of record inflation and soaring prices on everything from gasoline to ferry boats and electric bills they can't pay, many Greeks can only watch the tourist throngs everywhere.
BRUSSELS - The European Commission has joined in wanting Greece's New Democracy government to explain why a rival politician and financial reporter's phones were being tapped and the reported use of Predator spyware.
ATHENS – Hackers and phishers have become so sophisticated in Greece – some operating internationally – that the net they've built to rip off people with phone and Internet scams and schemes are growing and can't be stopped.
TINOS - Some popular Greek islands – Mykonos and Santorini leaders of the pack – are so overrun with tourists that they don't have the quaint experience tourists are seeking, but there are places where they can find it – but aren't wanted.
MADRID — A large wildfire in northeast Spain grew rapidly overnight and was burning out of control Sunday, forcing the evacuation of eight villages and 1,500 people in Zaragoza province, firefighters said.
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