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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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Tsipras Acknowledges U.S. Help in Greece’s Bailout Negotiations

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras publicly acknowledged on Tuesday that the U.S. helped Greece in the crucial negotiations for the third bailout. Tsipras spoke to...

U.S. President Obama Congratulates New Greek Prime Minister on Victory

U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday spoke to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras over the telephone and congratulated him on his electoral victory. According to...

U.S. State Department Congratulates New Greek PM Tsipras

The United States congratulated new Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras on his electoral victory. The Department of State stressed that the U.S. will continue...

Greece Denies Rift with Moscow Over Russian Aid Flights to Syria

The Greek government denied a rift with Moscow over refusing to allow Russian air-crafts to fly over Greek airspace. The air-crafts were scheduled to...

U.S. Astronaut Tweets ‘Best Wishes’ to Greece from Space

U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly sent his best wishes to Greece from the International Space Station, as the debt-ridden country struggles to get a new...

Three Percent of the World’s Top Scientists are Greek

Nicholas Metropolis (right) was a Greek-American physicist who designed the MANIAC I computer in 1952 Greeks may be only 0.2 percent of the world population...

U.S. Hopeful on Greek Deal to Avoid World Impact

The U.S. government expressed hope that an agreement between Greece and its lenders would be signed before June 30, when the cash-strapped country’s bailout...

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