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The Greek Soldier Who Became an American Icon in WWII

The unlikely story of the life of Evangelos Klonis reads like a novel of adventure and heroism. It is the story of a Greek...

US Congress Calls for Sanctions Against Turkey Over Russian Missile System

U.S. lawmakers announced an agreement on Monday on a $738-billion bill setting out policy for the Department of Defense which also includes calls for...

Elder Ephraim, the Monk Who Established 19 Monasteries in North America, Dies at 91

Elder Ephraim, also known as Ioannis Moraitis, the spiritual head of the Greek Orthodox St. Anthony’s Monastery in Arizona passed away on Sunday. He...

“Greece is Back”: Annual Capital Link Forum Kicks Off in New York

Hundreds of senior senior executives - government and business leaders from Greece, Europe and the United States have gathered in New York City for...

Boston’s Greek Americans Struggle to Archive the Famous Hellenic Chronicles

The historic archives of Boston's ''the Hellenic Chronicles'' newspaper are facing imminent danger if they are not soon digitized, and for this reason, the...

Athens-Born Musician Tommy Lee Calls on Greece to Stop Santorini Rides

Athens born Mötley Crüe musician Tommy Lee has called for an end to donkeys and mule rides in Santorini, sending a letter to the...

Four Greek Scientists Are Part of NASA’s ”Touch the Sun” Mission

NASA's Parker Solar Probe spacecraft, which was launched in August of 2018 in a bid to study the sun more closely than ever before, recently began...

One-Armed Greek Boxer Comes to Miami For Most Important Bout of His Career

Vaggelis Chatzis, the world’s only one-armed boxer, is among three Greek fighters who will participate in a spectacular mixed martial arts (MMA) and boxing...

New Project Will Form Archive of Greek-American Music (video)

The new "Greek Music in America Archives Project," funded by the National Endowment for the Arts in 2019-2020, will be the first-ever comprehensive and publicly-accessible...

State Department Blasts Turkey-Libya Maritime Deal as “Provocative”

The US State Department on Tuesday described a memorandum of understanding ostensibly delineating maritime zones between Turkey and Libya as “unhelpful" and "provocative." Washington's condemnation...

US Senators Ask President Trump to Sanction Turkey Over Russian Missile System

American Senators from both sides of the aisle continued their pressure on President Trump  to approve an array of sanctions against Turkey over its...

President Trump Extends White House Invitation to Greek PM

The White House announced on Monday that US President Donald Trump will welcome  Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to Washington on January 7, 2020. The...

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