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Patriarch Theophilos of Jerusalem in Cyprus Patriarch Theophilos of Jerusalem in Cyprus
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Nicosia , 10.02.2012
Developments in the Middle East are “accelerating, the future is unknown and indefinite”, stated Patriarch Theophilos of Jerusalem, who arrived in Cyprus today for a four-day official visit. Patriarch Theophilos mentioned that the aim of the official visit is not solely aimed at renewing historical, brotherly ecclesiastical ties between the Chur... more
Former Chairman of the Society for Macedonian Studies, Constantinos Vavouskos, passes away
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Thessaloniki , 10.02.2012
Constantinos Vavouskos, former Chairman of the Society for Macedonian Studies, emeritus professor of the Law School of Aristotle University, Archon of the Ecumenical Patriarchate and corresponding member of the Academy of Athens, today “departed” this life. The funeral service will be officiated at the Church of Agia Sofia tomorrow, Saturday... more
Australian House concerned over Cyprus Turkish occupation
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Nicosia , 10.02.2012
There is a genuine concern that Cyprus continues to be occupied by Turkish troops, while hundreds of thousands of settlers are being transferred to the northern Turkish-occupied areas of the island, the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Australia Peter Slipper has said. Slipper, along with Australias Senate President John Hogg extended ... more
Exhibition «Dickens & London» at the Museum of London, carried out with Greek participations Exhibition «Dickens & London» at the Museum of London, carried out with Greek participations
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Athens , 10.02.2012
The exhibition titled “Dickens & London”, hosted by the Museum of London to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens, has many surprises in store. Objects, photographs, paintings and objects from the Museum’s collection illustrating the themes that Dickens incorporated in his works, along with rare manuscripts of the autho... more
Huffington Post negotiating the prospect of online editions in Germany, Brazil and Japan Huffington Post negotiating the prospect of online editions in Germany, Brazil and Japan
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Montreal , 09.02.2012
Arianna Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post, stated that negotiations on creating online editions of the newspaper in Germany, Brazil and Japan have already started, while there is also interest in attracting users from the Arab world too. The “progressive” website has launched editions in the United Kingdom, English-speaking Canada, ... more
Meeting of members of the Pan-Macedonian Association of America meet with Matthew Nimetz
Hellenes Abroad / Greece New York , 09.02.2012
According to members of the Pan-Macedonian Association of America, who recently had a meeting with Matthew Nimetz in New York, the UN mediator seems to be worried over the irredentism detected in FYROM. Within the context of the Pan–Macedonian Association’s efforts to prevent “negative developments”, as noted, members of the Association met ... more
President of the Republic of Albania Bamir Topi bestows medal to poet Nikos Katsalidas President of the Republic of Albania Bamir Topi bestows medal to poet Nikos Katsalidas
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Tirana , 09.02.2012
The President of the Republic of Albania, Bamir Topi, yesterday decorated poet, writer and translator Nikos Katsalidas, who originates from Agioi Saranda, with the “Grand Master” medal. This distinction for Nikos Katsalidas is an example of his contribution to Greek and Albanian letters, since he is considered one of the few Greek minority p... more
Greek Foreign Ministry issues announcement on the state of Greek and Christian Monuments in Turkey
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Athens , 09.02.2012
The Greek Foreign Ministry in an announcement issued yesterday expresses its “dismay”, because they were informed that “Greek and Christian monuments in Turkey are not receiving the care necessary for their protection”. Specifically, the announcement states that cases of systematic looting and digging up of graves at a Byzantine cemetery in ... more