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US, EU Pile Pressure on Erdogan to De-Escalate Crisis with Greece, Cyprus

The tension generated by Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean in recent months has subsided as Ankara is feeling pressure from the EU and the United States to deescalate and proceed to talks with Greece. On Wednesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip...

USA Can Help in Greece's Economic Recovery, Tsipras says

The United States can help Greece in restoring its economy, especially in the fields of innovation and startup businesses, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said at the inauguration of the American pavilion at the Thessaloniki International Fair on Saturday. Addressing...

Greek American Foundation Seeks Class of 2018 Achievers

The Greek America Foundation has opened nominations for their Class of 2018 Forty Under 40, the leading recognition for North Americans of Greek descent, 40 years old and under. Previous winners have included leading medical researchers, professors, Emmy-Award winning directors...

Greek-American Stylist Stars in US Reality Show

Greek-American style expert George Kotsiopoulos is preparing brides and grooms to walk down the aisle in a new TV reality show. TLC's Say Yes: Wedding SOS premiered on Jan. 20 and features Kotsiopoulos trying to give a new look and...

Greece Ambivalent about Turkish President Visit

Greece doesn't know what to expect from this week's visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan; which is to take place in Greece after an invitation from Greek President Pavlopoulos'. The two men met in May at the 25th Anniversary...

The Liberty Ships and the Beginning of Post-War Greek Maritime Rule

After the end of World War II, a few far-sighted entrepreneurs took the first steps in making Greece the world's leading maritime power, that it is today. All it took was about 100 U.S. Navy cargo ships the American government...

Greek State Assets in U.S.A. in Danger of Confiscation for Unpaid Fines

Greek State assets in the U.S. are threatened with confiscation due to a 40 million euro fine imposed by a U.S. court against the country on the C4I case, Kathimerini newspaper reports. The case concerns the appeal by the American...

U.S. Assistant State Secretary: A Greece-Turkey Conflict Is Against NATO's Interests

It is to no one's interest to have a conflict between Greece and Turkey, said Jonathan Cohen, U.S. State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs, according to mignatiou.com website. Mr. Cohen spoke to Congress, in an event...

U.S.A. to Support Greece on Economic and Refugee Crises

  U.S. President Barack Obama will express his support for Greece in relation to the economic and refugee crises in his meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Hanover on April 23. According to Mega Channel correspondent in Washington Michalis Ignatiou, the...

Foreign Visitors Spent €10.4 Bln in Greece in January – August 2015

Foreign tourists spent at least 10.4 billion euros in Greece in the first eight months of the year, with almost a third of that coming in August. According to Bank of Greece figures released on Thursday, there was a 7.1...