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The first school in America opened in 1776 The first school in America opened in 1776
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Thessaloniki , 30.01.2012
Undoubtedly, Greek language constitutes the basis of our culture and a fundamental element of our national identity, something that Greeks abroad are well aware of, proving that Greek Education is what offers Hellenism an ecumenical dimension. On occasion of the Feast of the Three Hierarchs, patron saints of Greek Letters, honored today with... more
Greek – Australian holds unattainable world record
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Melbourne , 30.01.2012
Greek – Australian, James Castrission (Kastritsiotis) holds another world record, who along with his friend Justin Jones were the first to travel unaided from the South Pole and back. They crossed a 2.300km distance within just 89 days! During that time they both ended up losing 55 kilograms between them. Their epic feat was concluded on A... more
Greek Foreign Minister Dimas' statement on Holocaust Remembrance Day
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Athens , 30.01.2012
“On 27 January, the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the international Day of Remembrance for the Victims of the Holocaust and National Remembrance Day for the Greek Jewish Heroes and Martyrs of the Holocaust, we honor the memory of the millions of victims of the most heinous crime in modern history, and we reiterate our unswerving co... more
Sophia Stavrakis Named «The National Herald» Teacher of the Year Sophia Stavrakis Named «The National Herald» Teacher of the Year
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Nea York , 30.01.2012
For the 19th straight year, The National Herald-Ethnikos Kyrix (TNH) celebrated the devotion and energy of the Community’s teachers. Sophia Stavrakis, director of the Greek school of the Church of St. George in Trenton, New Jersey, was honored as the 2011 teacher of the year at TNH’s Long Island City headquarters. The section of the building... more
Event to commemorate the Greek-Jewish martyrs of the Holocaust Event to commemorate the Greek-Jewish martyrs of the Holocaust
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Thessaloniki , 30.01.2012
Greece’s historic commitment to continue the study on the presence of the Jewish community in our country was reiterated by Deputy Foreign Minister, Demetris Dollis, addressing a commemorative event to honor the Greek – Jewish martyrs and heroes of the Holocaust, held yesterday noon in Eleftheria Square, Thessaloniki. As Mr. Dollis stated in ... more
Russian PM Vladimir Putin received ND party leader, Antonis Samaras. Russian interest in energy and privatization tenders Russian PM Vladimir Putin received ND party leader, Antonis Samaras. Russian interest in energy and privatization tenders
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Moscow , 27.01.2012
"My meeting with the prime minister of Russia, Vladimir Putin, took place in a very good climate and was exhaustive on all issues," Samaras told reporters afterwards. "I outlined the situation to Mr. Putin, as is being shaped in Greece today and the prospects that exist. He showed particular interest and a mood to assist our country. We also ... more
Teleconferences with Diaspora schools organized by Patras Science Center open new pathways to knowledge
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Thessaloniki , 27.01.2012
Discovering in action, even as a child, that Greece isn’t just what one can see on a map, but something greater, surely is an amazing feeling. Specifically discovering the cradles of Hellenism scattered around the world and being able to communicate in real time, with the help of modern technologies, with your peers, who are of Greek origin on... more
Vassilis Lekas concert in Schwetzingen, Germany on February 18 Vassilis Lekas concert in Schwetzingen, Germany on February 18
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Athens , 27.01.2012
Vassilis Lekas will be in Schwetzingen, Germany on February 18 for a unique concert, featuring selected compositions by great artists, such as Manos Hadjidakis, Mikis Theodorakis, Yannis Markopoulos, Stavros Xarhakos, Yannis Spaathas and George Trantalidis. The Greek artist has a broad repertoire, including both contemporary and traditional ... more