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Protest at Greek NATO base over destruction of Syrian chemicals

Hundreds of campaigners closed a road to a NATO naval base in Greece on Saturday, protesting against the destruction of Syrian chemical weapons in the region.
Yahoo!7 News: July 20, 2014

Former Annunciation Greek Orthodox Greek Church priest finally appears in court

The third time was the charm for the priest accused of embezzling six figures from his former Milwaukee church.
WISN Milwaukee: July 18, 2014

Greeks believe their crisis was 'premeditated': study

Most Greeks believe that the economic crisis gripping the country for the past four years was "premeditated" by foreign centres of influence, a university survey said on Friday,
July 18, 2014

Greek police search garbage dump for baby's body

Police are searching a garbage dump in northern Greece for the body of a newborn baby after a woman told authorities she had given birth at home and then hid the infant in a closet for two days before dumping it in a garbage can.
New Zealand Herald: July 18, 2014

Terror fugitive arrested in Athens shootout; 4 wounded, including suspect

Greek police arrested one of the country's most wanted men — a fugitive convicted of terrorism — during a shootout Wednesday in Athens' central tourist district that left four people wounded, authorities said.
The Republic: July 16, 2014

Police catch one of Greece's top fugitives

Greek police on Wednesday said they had captured far-left extremist Nikos Maziotis -- one of the country's top fugitives -- in central Athens.
AFP: July 16, 2014

Deadly Moscow subway crash kills at least 12

A rush-hour subway train derailed Tuesday in Moscow, killing at least 12 people and injuring as many as 150 when a Moscow underground train derailed between two stations, the Emergencies Ministry said.
July 15, 2014

Staten Island man receives high school ring he lost in 1972 from person who found it in Greece

Stan Ostapiak had his high school ring stolen on his wedding day in 1972. It seemed lost forever until a Greek man discovered it in his father's possessions. He mailed the ring to Ostapiak two weeks ago.
New York Daily News: July 15, 2014

Patient who accused heart surgeon of blackmail dies

A 66-year-old man who last week accused a senior heart surgeon and department chief at Athens's Evangelismos Hospital of demanding a bribe to perform life-saving surgery, died on Monday after undergoing a quadruple bypass.
eKathimerini: July 15, 2014

Ypsilanti History: Why is the community named after a man who never set foot in North America?

The city of Ypsilanti is named for a man who had nothing to do with the founding of the community, and was never in North America.
The Ypsilanti Courrier: July 15, 2014