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  • Capital controls instituted by Greece could threaten to bring about a Civil War
    Capital controls instituted by Greece could threaten to bring about a Civil War
    On April 20, Greece's legislative body issued a new decree that all banks must deposit their un-used or un-allocated money into the nation's central bank, sparking a wave of panic as the government began what is sure to be a number of new...
  • The Donkey Arc
    Volunteers help build The Donkey Arc for Santorini Animal Welfare Association
    During a weekend in early April the Santorini Animal Welfare Association (SAWA), with the help of volunteers from its sister organization Tierschutzverein Santorini, built a permanent pavilion for the donkeys in SAWA’s care. The organization...
  • Elinos Naoussa
    Xinomavro: The Greek wine of Naoussa
    Greece is probably one of the oldest wine regions in the world. In biblical times the Greeks brought the first vines to Europe. Today this country lays claim to over 300 varietals. One of those varieties is the Xinomavro grape whose origins are...
  • Russia And Greece Talk Business
    Russia And Greece Talk Business
    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras have been carrying on discussions over the last couple of days. Greece as many of you know is in desperate need of funds. They have recently tried to blackmail Germany...
  • Greek flag over Parthenon
    Greece wants Germany to pay its debts
    For the past five years, the European Union and the European Central Bank have worked alongside the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to ensure that the small nation didn't tank its economy. The results have been … less than promising....
  • Russia could use Greece as a way to end economic sanctions
    Russia could use Greece as a way to end economic sanctions
    As Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras leaves for Moscow on April 7 to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday and Thursday, the fate of several key economic and geo-political events will be at stake, and of primary concern for...
  • Iconic Santorini Cave Hotel
    An Icon Never Goes Out of Style: Iconic Santorini Reopens
    Take one of the most dramatic settings in the Mediterranean, transform traditional cave homes into a world-class hotel, and then leave it to a team of pros who obsess about hospitality and service to turn it into a truly remarkable retreat on a...
  • Hellenic pride at New York's Greek Independence Day Parade
    Greek books for Greek Independence Day
    March 25 is Greek Independence Day as well as the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary for Christians worldwide. The New York Greek Independence Day Parade takes place on March 29 this year, so mark your calendars. Here are five Greek books to help...
  • Rooftop pool and caldera views at Iconic Santorini
    Iconic Santorini is 22-room boutique cave hotel on Greece's 'most romantic isle'
    There's snow outside. We sitting here peering at our screensaver - the two of us on a ship with Santorini perched behind us as we sail away from this fabulous Greek paradise. Our in-box today revealed one fabulous reason to return (hey, any...
  • Glacier Bay, Alaska
    Excursion to Greece, sail to Alaska, adventure in Estes Park
    This week’s deals include an excursion to Greece, a great deal on an Alaskan cruise, and a winter wonderland adventure in Estes Park, Colorado.Playing in the snow is a popular pastime in Colorado, and Estes Park is a great place to play. The...
  • Skeletons unearthed still in tight embrace after almost 6,000 years buried
    5,800 years pass for couple in embrace: Skeletal remains in hug unearthed
    A love embrace that has lasted thousands of years was discovered by archaeologists in southern Greece when they unearthed the grave of a man and a woman with their skeletal remains held tightly together in a hug. Anastassia Papathanassiou, who is...
  • Skeletons found embracing
    Skeletons found embracing this Valentine's Day
    Two skeletons over 5000 years old found embracing in GreeceValentine’s Day is known for romance and love. It is known as one of the largest days for weddings, or as it is called," tying the knot". This Valentine’s Day though...
  • U.S. Senator calls for Fed to help bailout Greece to stop rise of Nazi party
    U.S. Senator calls for Fed to help bailout Greece to stop rise of Nazi party
    On Feb. 9, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders spoke in an interview with business network CNBC regarding the ongoing financial crisis taking place in Greece, and how it is affecting all economies in Europe. During his four and a half minutes dialogue,...
  • Russia could be the glue between Turkey and Greece through non-dollar trade
    Russia could be the glue between Turkey and Greece through non-dollar trade
    As Russia continues to bring economy after economy into a new bi-lateral trading paradigm, the Eurasian power could soon pull off a massive coup, and one that has kept the nations of Greece and Turkey at odds with one another since the end of...
  • Europe breakup accelerates over Greek exit, Ukraine, and split over Russia
    Europe breakup accelerates over Greek exit, Ukraine, and split over Russia
    After the U.S. helped engineer the overthrow of the duly elected Ukrainian government in late 2013, Europe has been ground zero for the proxy war that developed between Washington and Russia. And because of economic sanctions imposed upon them by...
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