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  • 30 Oct 2011 (0)

    Yemeni women set fire to veils on Wednesday in protest at the government's crackdown on demonstrators.

  • 23 Oct 2011 (0)

    The US State Department issued a travel warning for India this week amid concerns over possible terror attacks.

  • 23 Oct 2011 (0)

    A tribal king in Nigeria has filed a $US1 billion compensation lawsuit against Royal Dutch Shell for decades of pollution from the corporation.

  • 23 Oct 2011 (0)

    The Thailand floods are set to hit the city of Bangkok threatening ancient temples and palaces and, "killing the heart of the tourism trade for this South East Asian metropolis".

  • 21 Oct 2011 (0)

    French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy has given birth to a baby girl, called Guilia, this week.

  • 16 Oct 2011 (0)

    eBay plans to add image-recognition technology to its mobile offerings.

  • 16 Oct 2011 (0)

    The New Zealand Government is considering financial help to businesses hit by the Rena disaster.

  • 9 Oct 2011 (0)

    Apple icon and technology visionary Steve Jobs has died

  • 16 Sep 2011 (0)

    Internet giant Google has launched a flight search tool in a potential challenge to online travel services.

  • 17 Aug 2011 (0)

    Greek New Zealander Andreikos Kerdemelidis gives Neos Kosmos his first-hand account of the reckless riots that rocked his quiet London neighbourhood to the core

  • 25 Jul 2011 (0)

    Michael Cacoyannis, director of Zorba the Greek dies at 89

  • 29 Jun 2011 (0)

    Malaysia Airlines is set to ban all babies from first class

  • 20 Jun 2011 (0)

    Users of Facebook are starting to tire, according to analysts

  • 8 Jun 2011 (0)

    Tina Fey is so convincing as Sarah Palin, even Fox News were fooled

  • 6 May 2011 (0)

    US officials are clarifying details of the raid of Osama bin Laden's lair following conflicting reports

  • 2 May 2011 (0)

    Back in Japan, Australian expat Peter Baxevanides tells Neos Kosmos of public protests against nuclear energy, a massive drop in tourism, and overarching optimism.

  • Getty photographer Chris Hondros on duty. Photo: AAP via EPA/Getty Images
    21 Apr 2011 (0)

    Greek American Chris Hondros and Oscar-nominated filmmaker and photographer Tim Hetherington were killed Wednesday in a mortar attack in Libya.

  • Elgin marbles
    12 Apr 2011 (1)

    Thomas Andronas finds the British Museum engaged in an overt propaganda campaign. But was Lord Elgin a rescuer, or a 'rapist'?

  • Japan earthquake
    20 Mar 2011 (0)

    While threats of nuclear disaster loom and aftershocks continue in devastated Japan, its people just want to get on with their lives, a Greek Australian expat tells

  • Japan's Self-Defense Forces's helicopter
    20 Mar 2011 (0)

    Neos Kosmos speaks to Professor George Dracoulis, nuclear physicist, about the nuclear crisis in Japan

  • Greek consulate Chicago
    13 Mar 2011 (0)

    The dire financial state of Greece may force the closure of Greek consulates

  • Peter Baxevanidis
    13 Mar 2011 (0)

    Greek Australian Peter Baxevanidis gives Neos Kosmos his firsthand account of the devastating earthquake that hit Japan

  • Vangelis Vitalis
    11 Mar 2011 (0)

    Vangelis Vitalis is New Zealand’s next Ambassador to the European Union (EU) and Belgium

  • 27 Feb 2011 (0)

    Neos Kosmos speaks to Greeks in Christchurch about the earthquake

  • 20 Feb 2011 (0)

    The Greek Orthodox church in Manhattan, St Nicholas, is sueing the public agency that owned the World Trade Center, saying the agency reneged on a deal to rebuild a church that was

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