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Myths & Medicine: Plant Walk in the National Garden with The Greek Herbalist

The National Herald 17 Jun 2021
ATHENS – From myths to medicine, plants in Greece hold a plethora of ancient stories and knowledge for us to explore ... With 6,500 species and subspecies of flora, of which 1,300 are indigenous, the mountains, valleys, and seaside of Greece are abundant with living colors ... Remarkably, the power of these plants remains unchanged.
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CALLERI: Hitman and his bodyguard caught up in a villain’s master plan

Niagara Gazette 17 Jun 2021
Whether the often frivolous Ryan Reynolds could handle acting in numerous scenes with the always powerful Samuel L ... Aristotle Papadopolous’s obsession is to destroy Europe’s infrastructure by taking down the power grid and return Greece to its former glory as the economic and cultural center of the civilized world.
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Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark – Photographic installation ‘Together’

Greek City Times 17 Jun 2021
Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark explores the connection between humans and nature in his new powerful photographic installation ‘Together’, currently on display as part of the London Design Biennale 2021 at Somerset House ... There are olive trees in Greece which ...
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The G7 Upheld Vaccine Apartheid. Officials From the “Global South” Are Pushing Back.

The Intercept 17 Jun 2021
If the Group of Seven summit in the United Kingdom last week made anything clear, it is that those powers cannot be trusted to end the urgent crises facing life on Earth — for humans and nonhumans alike ... The question is whether a solidarity-based bloc can be established with sufficient power and cooperation to undo vaccine apartheid.
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German submarine exports to Turkey threaten Greece: Dendias

Greek City Times 16 Jun 2021
Dendias said that Greece is “disappointed, to say the least” about SPD’s voting against a bill that bans exporting submarines to Turkey, adding that delivering submarines to a country that continues to destabilize the region would change the balance of power to ...
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Another NATO Summit, Another Endless Subsidy for Europe

Antiwar 16 Jun 2021
"Since the 1990s, the United States has typically used its effective veto power to block the defense ambitions of the European Union ... Greece is most interested in confronting another NATO member, Turkey (which comes close to two percent while focusing on contingencies other than Russia) ... Greece and Italy brought up the rear at 25 percent each.
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Greek, Lithuanian Foreign Ministers Discuss Neighbors' Nuclear Plants, Illegal Migration

Urdu Point 15 Jun 2021
Greece has taken an issue with the Akkuyu power plant, Turkey's first such project, arguing that it poses a security threat to the Eastern Mediterranean ... Dendias said that Greece and Lithuania had no issues that separated them but shared "many things that tie us together."
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Med7 countries’ joint declaration holds 'no value’ for Turkey

Anadolu Agency 15 Jun 2021
Late last week, France, Italy, Spain, Malta, Greece, and the Greek Cypriot administration, plus Portugal, released the joint declaration calling on Turkey to ... In 1974, a Greek Cypriot coup aiming at Greece's annexation led to Turkey's military intervention as a guarantor power.
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Why We Should Remember Menelaus, the King Lost in his Wife’s Shadow

Ancient Origins 15 Jun 2021
Greek King, Trojan War Leader and Man of Power The Curse of the House of Atreus ... Therefore, the two brothers headed to Sparta, which was ruled by Tyndareus, the most powerful Greek king at that time ... As the most beautiful woman, Helen had many suitors, which included some of the most powerful men of ancient Greece.
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Patrik Schick's sensational 50-yard lob against Scotland will go down as one of the best ...

The Daily Mail 15 Jun 2021
He helped open Sweden's Euro 2008 campaign with a powerful top corner effort against holders Greece, then followed it up at Euro 2012 with an excellent scissor kick against France ... the right amount of power to dip just under the crossbar yet still over a recovering Marshall.
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EU fumbling opens door to Balkans for ascendant China, Russia

Taipei Times 14 Jun 2021
The Bulgarian objection is emblematic of the EU’s convoluted decisionmaking process and the multitude of rules that govern expansion, giving members veto powers over the proceedings ... The country has since forged a power-sharing agreement and resolved a long-standing dispute with Greece over its name in 2019, gaining NATO membership.
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Greek Artistic Swimming team qualify for Tokyo Olympics

Greek City Times 14 Jun 2021
After a thrilling Artistic Swimming Olympic Qualifying Tournament, Italy, Spain, and Greece earned their ticket to this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo ... Greece used their Free routine to pay homage to Greek Mythology portraying the Wings of Icarus.
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The systemic metamorphosis of Greece’s once radical left-wing SYRIZA party

Open Democracy 14 Jun 2021
The career of Greece’s second largest party, SYRIZA (The Coalition of the Radical LeftProgressive Alliance) – its transformation from a small radical party into one that claimed and seized power in a European country – has aroused interest around its politics, strategy and, ultimately, character ... lesson from Greece.
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Capparis Meze: "Geia Mas" by Our Hearts

The National Herald 14 Jun 2021
In ancient Greece, Capparis had a ‘magical’ power to heal kidneys and promoting good blood circulation (i.e ... The buds as are pickled, made into ‘toursi’ in Greece ... But this miracle of creation, this unique species can be seen only in the remote harsh places of Greece and the Mediterranean that I look forward to discovering! ... .
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Bibi's poisoned legacy

Korea Times 14 Jun 2021
After 12 years in power, what kind of country will he leave behind? ... Anything to stay in power ... First, building on Israel's new status as a gas-producing power in the Eastern Mediterranean, he established a tripartite strategic alliance with Greece and Cyprus, as a counterweight to Turkey's destabilizing aspirations.
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