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US scientist Suzanne Eaton’s death in Greece was result of a ‘criminal act’

American biologist Suzanne Eaton, 59, whose body was found in a cave on Crete, was killed, forensic pathologists said on Wednesday following an autopsy. Her body was found on Monday …

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Terens Quick hands over portfolio for expatriate Greeks to Antonis Diamataris, from one former journalist to another

Newly-appointed Deputy Foreign Minister for Overseas Greeks Antonis Diamataris took over his portfolio from Terens Quick during an official exchange. He said that he would do whatever possible to further …

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Berlin insists that WWII reparations have been ‘settled’, despite Bundestag’s report

German Deputy Government Spokesperson Ulrike Demmer on Wednesday ruled out WWII reparations from Germany to Greece. Responding to a question on a report by Bundestag, he said the matter has …

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Dimitris Troaditis to present free lecture on radical anarchist ideas in Greece

Poet and journalist Dimitris Troaditis is set to present an insightful lecture at the Greek Centre this month, delving into the emergence and promulgation of radical anarchist ideas in Greece …

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Athens initiative ‘The Stones Speak’ is getting people to re-engage with Greece’s rich ancient cultural heritage

‘The Stones Speak’ initiative is returning to Athens this month in a bid to get both locals and tourists re-engage with Greece’s ancient cultural heritage that offered so much to …

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New Greek ministers outlined goals from rebuilding country to vote for Greeks abroad

Greece’s new 51-member cabinet was sworn in under Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, leader of Greece’s conservative New Democracy party. The new cabinet assumed their portfolios at handovers with outgoing …

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What victory for Kyriakos Mitsotakis means for Greece’s relationship with the EU

Victory for the centre-right New Democracy party in Greece’s 7 July elections brought to an end four years in power for the radical SYRIZA government of prime minister Alexis Tsipras, …

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Missing American scientist found dead in Greece

American scientist Suzanne Eaton, 59, was found dead in Greece on Monday, nearly a week after she vanished. The Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden …

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THI Australia donates AU$71,000 to Boroume

The Hellenic Initiative (THI) Australia announced it will be supporting the successful Boroume Farmers’ Market Program for a third year, providing an AU$71,000 grant to continue the expansion of the …

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Greek American Antonis H. Diamataris the new Deputy Minister for Expatriate Greeks

Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greece’s newly elected Prime Minister has appointed Antonis H. Diamataris as the Deputy Minister for Expatriate Greeks. Mr. Diamataris, who has been based in New York since 1968 …