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Turkey delays decision on the conversion of Hagia Sophia into a mosque

A decision on whether to turn Turkey’s Hagia Sophia, a UNESCO World Heritage site, into a mosque has been delayed by the Council of State, the highest administrative body of …

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George Zapantis dies after being tasered by NY police, allegedly said “I can’t breathe” before dying

Greek-American George Zapantis, 29, was pronounced dead at New York Presbyterian Queens Hospital after being tasered by police in New York. Mr Zapantis, a bipolar man who also took care …

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Greek names in sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s “little black book”

Cyber activists, known as Anonymous, returned from a three-year hiatus on Sunday to divulge the star-studded address book of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein which includes many names including those …

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Uni lifts two-year suspension on Drew Pavlou pending his appeal

A special out of session senate meeting of the University of Queensland has decided to lift the two-year suspension on final-year student activist Drew Pavlou pending his appeal. In a …

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Archbishop of America condemns the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis

Archbishop Elpidophoros (Lambriniadis) of America has commented on the death of American citizen George Floyd last Monday, 25 May in Minneapolis. Mr Floyd died after being wrongfully restrained and pinned down by …

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Meeting of eight heads of state from countries which handled COVID-19 crisis with success

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison took part in the third video conference of the leaders of countries that addressed the first wave of the …

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10 points on why the return of the Parthenon Sculptures is a rightful demand

Recently, after a 2-month period of quarantine, the Acropolis was opened again to the public. The Acropolis Museum remains closed for the moment but the 11th anniversary of its opening …

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Special appreciation of nurses’ contributions in COVID-19 times

Fronditha Care has issued a message of thanks to its 110 nurses on its staff on International Nurses’ Day (12 May). “This year International Nurses Day comes with special significance. …

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Australia and Greece on the same “team” fighting the COVID-19 pandemic

Australia is reportedly the latest addition to an eclectic group of countries that had a prompt and successful – so far – response in controlling the spread of the virus. …

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Australia’s death toll at 94 as global COVID-19 cases climb over 3.3 million

To this date, Australia has recorded 6781 Covid-19 cases and lost 94 people to the pandemic. The global death toll from coronavirus has exceeded 239,000 with over 3.3 million known …