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Tsipras Attacks Mitsotakis on Tourism Issues

ATHENS — "I am fully aware that the situation is tragic, especially for tourism workers, many of whom, perhaps, have seasonal jobs," SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras said on Monday during a meeting with the Federation of Food and Tourism Employees.

"We have seen Mr. Mitsotakis 'selling sunsets' in Santorini in the past few days, but at the same time tourism is entering a dark tunnel and tourism workers are experiencing days similar to the most difficult ones of the memorandum years," he said.

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JANUARY 14-17 GLENBROOK, NV – The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco 2022 Young Adult Winter Retreat ‘Citizens of the Desert: Embracing Our Role as Christian Witnesses to Our World’ takes place January 14-17, Martin Luther King weekend, at Lake Tahoe, the Galilee Camp and Conference Center, 1776 U.

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CHICAGO – The Greek Women’s University Club (GWUC) celebrated the organization’s 90th anniversary and the launch of the Hellenic Revolution’s 200th anniversary with a scholarship presentation to three female students on December 29th at Jameson’s Charhouse.

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The long-awaited historical epic film My Beloved Smyrna (Σμυρνη Μου Αγαπημενη)  has arrived in Greek cinema theaters after a glamorous premiere at the Megaron - Athens Concert Hall.

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TNH’s Happenings of the Week by Eraklis Diamataris

The National Herald’s Happenings of the Week (Jan 8 – Jan 15) as have been reported at the print and digital editions of TNH and presented by the TNH Editor Eraklis Diamataris.