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Details of a small clinical trial published in The Lancet on Tuesday reveal how scientists, including Greek researcher Konstantinos Malliaras, helped patients with hearts...

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The Hellenic Federation of Northern California decided to cancel this year’s established March 25th parade in San Francisco. After a sudden plenary session, the Confederation...

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HELEXPO, the Expo of Thessaloniki, Greece, will be joining this year’s Hermes Expo International to be held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, from March...

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08D5nWgIn9s The 21st Annual Leadership 100 Conference concluded successfully last Sunday, surpassing the expectations of all its accomplished members, board of directors and attendees. During the conference...

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The Greek-American daily newspaper “Greek News” has appealed to the Greek Community throughout the US to provide the necessary support for Greek people going...

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By Inga Athanasiadou The American Institute of Physics (AIP) and the American Astronomical Society (AAS) are pleased to announce that renowned astrophysicist Chryssa Kouveliotou, Ph.D.,...

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Τhe Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church at 250 Gallows Hill Road in Westfield, New Jersey, will host a lecture on the Byzantine Empire and...

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Eleni Tsagka, a Greek anchor woman for private Star Channel, is about to commence a sweet trip overseas. Encouraged by a Greek-American food businessman and...

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Watch the interview - Despite the pain Deputy Chief Steven G. Xiarhos, Nick's proud father, remains strong as he tells his fallen son's story on his birthday. Nicholas G. Xiarhos would have turned 24 on February 12, 2012 but was killed as a bomb destroyed his tank on July 23rd, 2009 in Afghanistan.

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Founded in 1904, Chicago’s The Greek Star, the oldest continuously published Greek newspaper in the US re-launched yesterday, revealing a new design, format and logo,...