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Hellenic Classical Charter School Students Travel to Athens, Greece and London, England for Research

Brooklyn, ΝΥ. A team of five sixth grade students from the Hellenic Classical Charter School will be visiting the New Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece and the British Museum in London, England for a six-day research expedition from January 13th to January 19th, 2016. Mr. Petros Fourniotis, theatre-dance coordinator of HCCS, who envisioned this research venture,

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Mikakos: No Exceptions, No Excuses – Never Leave Kids In Cars

Mikakos campaigns to highlight the dangers of leaving kids in cars The Andrews Labor Government and Kidsafe are working together to increase parents’ and carers’ awareness of the dangers of leaving children in parked cars with the No Exceptions, No Excuses campaign. Despite recent heat warnings, severe penalties and record-breaking summer temperatures, children are still

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Eliminate Greece ~ if you dare…

Lebanese American writer Robert Elias Najemy has written: Destroy all over Greece down to a depth of 100 meters. Empty all the museums from around the world. Break down everything Greek from around the world… Then eliminate the Greek language from everywhere. From Medicine and Pharmacy…  From Math (geometry, algebra), from Physics, from Chemistry, from

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CRAIN’S: CALAMOS ADVISES GREECE ON HOW TO EMERGE FROM the ABYSS‏

SHIA KAPOS  Although his father was a Greek immigrant, John Calamos Sr., founder of Naperville-based Calamos Asset Management, grew up with little connection to the country or its heritage. Today, Calamos, 75, is pouring millions from his personal fortune into helping save the debt-ridden nation and spreading its cultural history. “It’s true,” Calamos says. “You don’t know

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Greek-American scientist will receive his award by President Obama during a public ceremony at the White House early 2016.

The Greek-American scientist will receive his award by President Obama during a public ceremony at the White House early 2016. has announced that Paul Alivisatos, director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), award-winning chemist and internationally recognized authority on the fabrication of nanocrystals and their use in solar energy applications, has won the National

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A Greek Australian student from a mixed marriage: Greek language is my culture

A Greek Australian student from a mixed marriage believes there isn’t any excuse for newer generations to shy away from their Greek heritage ZOE STOKES-PAIZIS Growing up as a Greek Australian in Melbourne is not an unusual thing. Growing up as a child with one Greek parent and one British, well, that seems to puzzle

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U.S. Agents in Greece Expose Syrian Who Sold Passports Thinking They Were for ISIS

Athens.- by Richard Engel and Aggelos Petropoulos/NBCNewsAn NBC News investigation has uncovered that a Greece-based document forger — who sold American passports to a U.S. agent after being told they were meant for ISIS — will not be extradited to America anytime soon, since he was not promptly arrested despite a nine-month-long investigation by the

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Speak Greek next March The month-long celebration of Greek language is set to return

ANASTASIA TSIRTSAKIS Following the success of this year’s inaugural Speak Greek in March (SGM) campaign, the initiative encouraging use of the Greek language at home is set to return in 2016. Heading the campaign is committee member Mike Zafiropoulos AM, who is excited to be taking maintenance of the Greek language Down Under one step

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