A leading German news magazine says the U.S. National Security Agency, NSA, has eavesdropped on the United Nations, penetrating the world body's internal video conference system to decode data.
August 26, 2013
More than 400 members of the Greek Orthodox Church of Greater Salt Lake packed a special parish assembly Sunday afternoon to consider the church’s financial struggles.
Deseret News: August 26, 2013
Texas' leading returning scorer, Ioannis Papapetrou, has signed a lucrative deal to play overseas with Olympiacos BC.
ESPN: August 21, 2013
Al Jazeera is launching a new TV news channel in the United States.
BBC: August 20, 2013
Greece exports a wide variety of products to the USA, ranging from oil pipes to olives and from razor blades to the mineral vermiculite, is some cases being one of its main suppliers.
eKathimerini: August 18, 2013
Baklava, grape leaves, and more are being shared at the annual Greek Festival in South Anchorage.
KTUU: August 17, 2013
Archdiocese blasts council for accusing priests of theft and for cutting their pay.
Salt Lake Tribune: August 15, 2013
Aggrieved investors who lost tens of billions of euros in Greece’s bail-out are being given the chance to bring class actions in America and Europe after a landmark deal between two US law firms.
The Telegraph: August 12, 2013
At their White House meeting last week, U.S. President Barack Obama assured Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras of his support as Greece prepares for talks with creditors on additional debt relief amid record-high unemployment.
Bloomberg: August 12, 2013
Church leader orders shutdown after Parish Council cuts priests’ pay
Salt Lake Tribune: August 9, 2013