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Texas Shooting Suspect Is of Greek Descent

U.S. media report that the Texas student arrested for gunning down 10 people at his high school Friday is a 17-year old named Dimitrios...

High-School Shooter Guns Down Students in Texas

Multiple casualties are being reported from another high-school shooting in the U.S. At least eight people died on Friday at the hands of a male...

Texas Manhunt Over After Suspect Blows Himself Up

A suspect linked to a series of deadly parcel bombings in Texas has died in an explosion near a highway in the state capital...

At Least 26 Killed in Texas Church Shooting

A man opened fire on a church near San Antonio, Texas, Sunday morning, killing 26 worshipers and wounding at least 20 others. The victims in...

Texas Lawmakers Press for Justice for US Teenager Killed in Greece

US lawmakers have written to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urging him to use all diplomatic means available to help Greek authorities bring...

New Greek Taverna in Houston, Texas, Inspired by ‘Helen of Troy’

  The new "Helen Greek Food & Wine" restaurant which recently opened its doors to food enthusiasts in the Rice Village area in Houston, Texas,...

Greek-Cypriot Professor Develops Anti-Cancer Drug

“We have high hopes that we will soon have drugs for many types of cancer that are more efficient, with far fewer side effects,”...

Greek Startups in Texas

The participation of 16 Greek high-tech enterprises in the 2014 "Startup Village" at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin Texas, in March,...

Adopt-A-Greek School Launches to Help Schools in Greece

An initiative created by a 17 year-old Greek-American is aiming to help children and schools in Greece affected by the economic crisis. Adopt-A-Greek School was envisioned...

Greek Application to be Presented at Austin Festival

The Greek application Terranova, a social search engine, will be presented in the world-famous interactive festival SXSW (South by South West) in Austin, Texas that...

Tsipras in Texas: “Greece Won’t Willingly Exit the Eurozone”

Speaking on Monday evening at an event at the University of Texas, on whether or not the euro can be saved, the opposition leader...

Bearden’s Black Odyssey At Amon Carter Museum

The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) is organizing for the first time outside NYC an exhibition of almost 50 artworks crafted by awarded...

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