NEW YORK – The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese’s Treasurer Elaine Allen reviewed the audited 2021 financial results at the recently concluded Clergy-Laity Congress and expressed her gratitude to all those involved who contributed to the positive financial results for the Archdiocese.
CONSTANTINOPLE – His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America arrived in Constantinople for the third Centennial Pilgrimage and was received at the Phanar by His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew.
ISTANBUL — Turkey's president inaugurated the country's newest and largest undersea hydrocarbon drill ship Tuesday that he said would head for a spot northwest of Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean, which is not claimed by any other country.
ATHENS - With Turkey and Greece at times at a razor's edge and fears of a conflict over claims to the seas, an American think-tank analyst has suggested that US President Joe Biden be a mediator to help settle it.
BOSTON - Restoring direct flights from Boston – home to a big Diaspora community – and Athens has already proved a big hit with tickets being snapped up and flights filling, to the joy of people who had to make connections for years.
MYKONOS - For at least the third time this summer – even after being fined 30,000 euros ($30,682) a Mykonos restaurant with a reputation for ripping off tourists, did it again, charging an American couple $557 for 12 oysters and four drinks.
RHODES - The Ministry of Culture and Sports is proceeding with the the further protection and exploitation of the cultural heritage of the medieval city of Rhodes with the integrated Strategic Plan for the promotion of the archaeological site of the Palace of the Grand Master.
Climate hazards such as flooding, heat waves and drought have worsened more than half of the hundreds of known infectious diseases in people, including malaria, hantavirus, cholera and anthrax, a study says.
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — A fragile cease-fire deal to end nearly three days of fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza held into Monday morning — a sign the latest round of violence may have abated.
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