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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Olympiakos beats host Ergotelis 3-2

ATHENS, Greece — Kostas Mitroglou struck twice, at the end of the first and the second half, to lead Olympiakos to a 3-2 away win over Ergotelis in ...


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Ground is Blessed Where St. Nicholas Will Rise Again

NEW YORK (AP) — On a glorious Indian Summer day in Lower Manhattan, hundreds of Greek Orthodox Christians joined by dignitaries participated in the ground blessing service for the new St. Nicholas Shrine at Ground Zero presided over by Archbishop Demetrios of America. The Archbishop shared his thought , on Sept. 12, 2001, he and […] The post Ground is Blessed Where St. Nicholas Will Rise Again appeared first on The National Herald.


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Best-Ever Portrait of Alexander the Great Found?

The Greek historian Plutarch recorded they wore baskets on their heads filled with Olympias' pet snakes. The snakes would rear their heads out of the ...


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Strong Community Support of Congresswoman Niki Tsongas in New York

NEW YORK – Greek and Cypriot-American community leaders, including a heartening turnout by young professionals, gathered for a fundraiser in Manhattan in support of the re-election of Congresswoman Niki Tsongas. Greetings were offered by Philip Christopher, a member of the host committee that included Dennis Mehiel and Nikos Mouyiaris. The veterans reminisced about Tsongas’ husband, […] The post Strong Community Support of Congresswoman Niki Tsongas in New York appeared first on The National Herald.


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Greece man facing charges after online chats

A 19-year-old Greece man is facing charges after police said he set up a meeting — an attempted sexual encounter — with who he thought was a ...


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45 Albanians barred from entering Greece

Two days have already passed and 45 Albanian citizens are not allowed to enter the Greek territory, without any concrete justification, as they said to ...


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Greek Orthodox Church blesses site for new shrine replacing church destroyed on Sept. 11

NEW YORK -- Greek Orthodox Church officials have gathered in lower Manhattan for a blessing of the site where a church that was destroyed in the Sept. 11 terror attacks will be rebuilt. The ...


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TURKISH CYPRUS SENDS LETTER TO UN TO RELAUNCH PEACE TALKS

The letter comes after the Greek Cyprus administration suspended talks on October 8 in retaliation for Turkey's sending a warship to monitor an oil and ...


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Retired Greek Basketball Superstar Honored in Sweden

Nikos Galis, one of the greatest Greek basketball players of all time, was announced an honorary member of the Greek team of G├Âteborg BC in Sweden. “As of today, I am a member of the Greek team of Sweden. I was honored to accept the invitation of Hellas ...


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Child Exploitation Task Force arrests Greece man following Facebook chat

Monroe County Sheriff's Deputies say a Greece man has been arrested following an investigation they conducted with the Child Exploitation Task ...


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Greece Man Arrested After Facebook Chat

Rochester, N.Y. (WROC) - The Monroe County Sheriff's reported the arrest of a Greece man after an investigation by the Sheriff's Office, and the Child ...


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SYRIZA Opens Lead, Tsipras Moves To Block President’s Election

Widening his lead on Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' New Democracy Conservatives, SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras is trying to pressure lawmakers outside the ruling parties to say how will vote for a Greek President in February, 2015. The post SYRIZA Opens Lead, Tsipras Moves To Block President’s Election appeared first on The National Herald.


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Hate Slogans Deface Athens Muslim Site

Greek police say unknown attackers placed a severed pig's head and painted anti-Muslim slogans outside an Islamic studies center in Athens. The post Hate Slogans Deface Athens Muslim Site appeared first on The National Herald.


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Macedonian Tomb Opens its Doors

A Macedonian tomb in Xanthi, Greece, opens its doors to the public tomorrow morning. The monument remains closed, as there is no permanent security guard on the spot, while those wishing to visit, have to contact the relevant Archaeological Ephorate to arrange for an appointment and tour. “The tomb is in very good condition. Anyone who wishes to visit, can call our service and arrange for the monument guard to open it for them and for an archaeologist to give them a tour,” said to “thrakitoday” website the archaeologist responsible for the site, Kyriaki Chatziprokopiou. She also stressed that “there are 6 graves of Macedonian type in Thrace but this specific one is the largest and the best preserved, the most elaborate tomb in relation to others who have been discovered.” In the context of actions for the public’s awareness on the work offered by the Archaeological Service, the Association of Greek Archaeologists will open the doors of this great Macedonian tomb to the public on Sunday morning at 11 am and will offer a guided tour, while informative material regarding the monument will be handed to visitors. “For the third consecutive year, the awareness week is dedicated to the promotion of the Archaeological Service’s work, which is little known to the general public,” said Chatziprokopiou. The Macedonian tomb was discovered in the 1950s and, according to archaeologists, it is placed chronologically in the period 200-150 BC. It has an internal road, while its vestibule chamber is covered with arches. It is made of marble cornerstones, the chambers’ and pre-chambers’ doors are monolithic, while the floors are covered with marble slabs. The pre-chamber has a width of 3.13 meters and length of 2.12 meters. The door to the burial chamber was closed with a large doorway. Excavations conducted in 1993, revealed some figurines, statuettes and ritual instruments in the greater tomb area, which probably originate from the sanctuary of Asclepius.


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International Media On Scenarios of a SYRIZA Govt in Greece

International media flirt more and more with the scenario of opposition party SYRIZA being the next government in Greece, “forcing” in a way banks, economists and analysts to prepare reports and examine the positive or negative economic effects of such a development. In this context, Credit Suisse published a report entitled “Greece, don’t leave me this way.” Credit Suisse editors attempt to present a comprehensive analysis of developments in Greek politics and economy, following the political debate on the occasion of the vote of confidence and the market reaction to the attempt of Athens’ early to exit from the Memorandum. They estimate that SYRIZA will become government and will manage to reach a new agreement with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, however it states that it will not be able to form a government on its own but by joining forces with other political parties, such as “To Potami” and Democratic Left (DIMAR). Moreover, Credit Suisse estimates that SYRIZA will be driven to such an agreement since the belief that Greece may leave the euro and set the debt on its own is most probably a “fallacy”. However, Societe Generale supports that the first quarter of 2015 will be crucial for Greece, the Eurozone, as well as the common currency. Societe Generale seems more fond of the current government, since, according to them, it “has made some achievements,” while on the other hand “An electoral victory for Tsipras will reintroduce a disintegration risk for the Eurozone.” German newspaper “S├╝ddeutsche Zeitung” reported that the current coalition government may have won the vote of confidence by a majority vote but the task of gathering 180 votes for the election of President of the Hellenic Republic is still extremely difficult and leaves the possibility open for early elections.


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Terrorist Paula Roupa Makes a “Comeback”

In a 13-page statement released last night, Paula Roupa, the partner of terrorist Nikos Maziotis, and one of the members of the Revolutionary Struggle guerrilla group, made a “comeback.” Through the approximately 7,500-word statement that was read at an event held in Athens, Greece, on “Armed Struggle, Revolutionary Movement and Social Revolution,” Roupa sent the message that Revolutionary Struggle “is alive,” insisting on armed action. At the beginning of the statement, Roupa sent a message of support to prisoner Maziotis by writing: “Nikos, I know you have got the power. We, as we have said at auditoriums, will simply change our struggle areas.” The statement made a brief reference to Antonis Stamboulos, which Roupa called an “anarchist comrade” and a relative brief reference to the announcement made by the Public Order Minister on planned attacks on entrepreneurs and businesses. This statement could be considered as a theoretical analysis for the armed struggle and the progress of the Revolutionary War from 2004 to 2009 and called on anarchists to join forces on major hits, however, it did not give any specific details on what those would be but rather mentioned that they would target the regime’s core. Finally, Roupa made another reference to the Revolutionary Struggle’s losses, such as that of Lambros Foundas, while regarding Maziotis’ arrest she stated that it was “a blow not only to Revolutionary Struggle but the subversive fight comprehensively.”


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Greek finmin does not see "big surprises" in ECB's bank stress tests-paper

ATHENS Oct 18 (Reuters) - Greece's finance minister does not expect the European Central Bank's health checks to show "big surprises" for Greek ...


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Greeks' triumphs, tragedies drive author Harry Mark Petrakis, 91

It's the city's South Side where he watched his father, a Greek-Orthodox priest, help immigrants find faith while struggling to start a life and make ends ...


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Feature: Restaurant owner tops 100-mile ultra trail race in Greece

ERYMANTHOS, Greece, Oct. 18 (Xinhua) -- The owner of a restaurant completed his 100-mile (about 161 km) mountainous journey in 24:31:14, ...


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Here's What's Been Happening in Markets This Month

Greece was especially hard hit by fears that its government could collapse, jeopardizing its exit from bailout loan programs. Greece's long-term ...


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Europe is getting dangerously close to euro crisis 2.0

Polls show a vote would bring victory to the far-left Syriza Party, which wants to tear up agreements with Greece's international creditors and divert the ...


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Greece man arrested on child porn-related charges

A 19-year-old Greece man has been arrested on child porn-related charges after using the private chat feature on Facebook to send sexually-explicit ...


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SYRIZA Still on the Lead Over New Democracy in New Poll

According to a new poll on voting intent, 23.7% of respondents said they would vote for SYRIZA over New Democracy’s 18.8%. To Potami came third with 6.1%, followed by the Greek Communist Party with 4.9%, Golden Dawn with 4.5% and junior ruling coalition member PASOK with 3.4%, same as Independent Greeks. Popular Orthodox Rally, which is not currently represented in Parliament, got 2%. Another 9.2% said they would vote for some other party, 17.7% said were undecided or did not want to respond and 5.2% said they will not vote. Asked whether they believed this Parliament would be able to select a new President of the Hellenic Republic – which requires a majority of 180 MPs – 58% of respondents said a majority would not be reached, while 33% said it would and another 9% polled “I don’t know/Will not answer.” Asked for choice of Prime Minister, 32% said Greece’s current PM Antonis Samaras is best suited for the job, as opposed to 18% for SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras. A whopping 36% said “none.” The poll was conducted from October 6 to 10. In Metron Analysis’ last poll (September 8-10) SYRIZA was leading with 2.6 percentage points. (source: ana-mpa)


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Law on Overdue Tax and Social Security Debts Postponed

Legislative measures that will allow for a new restructuring of overdue tax and social security debts has been postponed until next week as Greek and Troika officials are still hammering out the details. However, this delay seems devastating in terms of tax collection for both tax registries and social security funds. The measure is an effort to recoup at least some revenue from citizens and businesses with overdue tax debt which is estimated to reach a stunning 90 billion euros. The new measure will reduce the fines and interest rates to be be paid and increase the number of installments to render tax bills more affordable. Data released by the General Secretariat of Public Revenue is quite shocking, revealing that arrears have been “inflated” by 1.4 billion euros in just one month, while data from IKA social security fund shows that in September alone, the number of its debtors has increased to 549,151 in total and by approximately 21,000 in just one month. Out of the 549,151, only 18,056 debtors are already included in some sort of settlement program. In order to stem this debt trend, IKA’s management has chosen a rather “aggressive” policy: In the first nine months of the year, it has proceeded to 4,959 valuables’  foreclosures, 796 real estate foreclosures and 667 auctions, while it has made clear that the treatment will be similar to all those who do not settle their debts in the future. Thousands of citizens have turned to the country’s Administrative Courts, which accumulate an incredible workload of such cases on a monthly basis. In total, 319,226 cases are still pending, regarding fines and additional taxes in dispute, 15,492 of which were added in just 3 months. Even the Council of State has approximately 5,400 pending cases, 2,376 of which are related to financial differences with the Finance Ministry that do not exceed 10,000 euros. All this data reinforce the view that apart from the need for a new debt arrangement, a new legislative framework for the settlement of “red loans” is required, since the rate of unserved debts is exponentially increasing every month. 2,813 bankruptcy cases are pending in the country’s first instance courts, 146 of which were filed in the last quarter of this year alone, while the courts of appeals have another similar 39 cases on hold.


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Targets for troika review move back onto agenda

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Site for Greek church near WTC gets blessing

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Queen of the Underworld Sheds New Light on Greek Tomb

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The Wild, Healing Music of Epiros

NEW YORK – Epiros. Surely the age-old war between passion and reason which so often consumes the Greek world began there, stoked by its fierce beauty. Home of the Vikos gorge, the world’s deepest, and the oracle of Dodona, Hellenism’s most ancient, the greatest poets can only take snapshots of Epiros’ soul – Lord Byron […] The post The Wild, Healing Music of Epiros appeared first on The National Herald.


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Tsipras may be summoned by prosecutor in bribe probe

SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras could be one of the politicians to be questioned next week by prosecutor Panayiotis Panayiotopoulos as part of an investigation into a report last month in Kontra News daily, which claimed that Greek businessmen were amassing ... ...


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To Potami to name 40 figures as public face

To Potami, the centrist party led by former journalist Stavros Theodorakis, is to name more than 40 figures that will make up the movement’s public face for the coming months and would likely be its parliamentary candidates should Greece have to hold earl... ...


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Hunter dies after rifle backfires in Fthiotida forest

Police in Fthiotida, central Greece, were investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 25-year-old man who was killed after a rifle backfired during a hunting outing in the forest area of Megaloplatanos in Lokrida, on Saturday. The victim ha... ...


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Athens. Six Bulgarians were arrested in Greece for child trafficking. The police managed to prevent the adoption of two babies and one older child, ...


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Market Signals: A look at what has changed in financial markets in the last month

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Greek club PAS Lamia exile Sierra Leone's John Kamara over Ebola fears

Greek outfit PAS Lamia ask Sierra Leone's John Kamara not to return to the club amid fears over the Ebloa virus, which the player insists that he is not ...


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Scorpions Album “Live in Athens” Goes Gold

Apart from Scoprions, the president Sony's German branch, as well as Greek producer and promoter Tasos Alexopoulos, received a gold album.


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