“A new world has been born and we have to deal with it, and this presents an opportunity for the Church,” Archbishop Ieronymos said in an important interview with Kathimerini’s executive editor, Alexis Papachelas, last Sunday.
Donald Trump appears to be doing everything he can to fan the flames of anger with his threats of “shooting” and “vicious dogs.” It is basically the same attitude he took to the coronavirus crisis, going as far as saying that having the highest number of infections in the world was a “badge of honor.”
With a refreshing breeze and the slowly sinking sun casting its deepening colors over the Attica basin, it was a enchanting afternoon on Ai-Yiannis Hill, an area on the border between the municipalities of Athens and Dafni-Ymittos.
I’d like to see Europe change in several ways. It is an old continent with an anemic economy and regulation-heavy bureaucracy. It is very slow and undetermined when it comes to managing urgent problems.
The discovery on Tuesday of 12 imported cases of coronavirus, which were confirmed in passengers who had landed at Athens International Airport on a flight from Qatar, should serve as a warning for Greece’s health authorities.
Four months ago I had the honor of meeting with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to reaffirm the Venezuelan interim government’s steadfast support for a democratic resolution to our humanitarian emergency.