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Greek Embassy in US Invites Children to “Become an Archaeologist”

The Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens The Greek Embassy in Washington on Saturday opened its doors for the third consecutive year to a workshop...

Hellenic American Women’s Council Honors Journalist Thalia Assuras

The Hellenic American Women’s Council (HAWC) held its 25th annual conference on November 2-3 in Washington, D.C., honoring Greek-American journalist Thalia Assuras with the...

Greece, Turkey Excluded from US Embargo Against Iran

Greece and Turkey, along with China, India, South Korea, Italy, Japan and Taiwan, are excluded from the U.S. embargo against Iran, Secretary of...

Archons Honor Fr. Alexander Karloutsos and Presbytera Xanthi

Father Alexander Karloutsos and Presbytera Xanthi Karloutsos were the recipients of the 2018 Athenagoras Human Rights Award, presented during the Archon Weekend and Assembly of the...

International Freedom Fighters to be Honored at 8th Annual Oxi Courage Awards

7th annual Oxi Courage Awards with North Korean defector and human rights activist Ji Seong-ho (middle) Two prominent advocates of freedom and human rights were honored...

The Gambling Legend that was Nick the Greek

The nickname of Nicholaos Andreas Dandolos, "Nick the Greek", will remain in history as synonymous to gambling, as the Greek American man was dubbed...

Dr. James Dimitriou Elected as New President of the American Hellenic Council

The Board of Directors of the American Hellenic Council elected Dr. James Dimitriou of Redondo Beach, California, as the new President and Chairman of...

UN Secretary General Congratulates Greece for Handling Refugee Crisis and FYROM Name Deal

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Thursday congratulated Greece for its response to the refugee crisis, according to the Athens - Macedonian News Agency. Guterres...

Tsipras to Greek Diaspora: Thanks for the Efforts of the Greek People We Managed...

"Thanks to the efforts of the Greek people, we managed to exit the regime of harsh surveillance. Today we are all determined to turn...

PM Tsipras in New York Adresses UN General Assembly

"Nelson Mandela was a relentless fighter for independence, peace and human rights," Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Monday, addressing world leaders in...

The Lost Jews of Greece’s Kastoria to Air Sept. 26 (video)

A documentary tracing the 2,000-year history of the Sephardic Jews who lived in the picturesque lakeside town of Kastoria in northwestern Greece and their...

State Department Report Criticizes Greece over Terrorist’s Prison Leave

The 48-hour prison leave to terrorist Dimitris Koufontinas and the outdated and vulnerable to forgery Greek ID cards are criticized in the latest U.S....

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