Athens-Boston tickets selling ‘like hotcakes’
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Katerina Makatouni landed in Athens feeling refreshed and ready to adapt to the local time zone, one of thousands of passengers enjoying the ease of traveling directly from Boston in the United States to the Greek capital.

Who is that Hellene?
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The day before Kyriakos Mitsotakis made history as the first Greek prime minister to make a presentation before a joint session of the US Congress, with the elaborate ceremony afforded US presidents, he was introduced at Georgetown University by Michael Psaros.



Getting brains to come back to homeland
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The BrainReGain – Hellenism in Action initiative to repatriate Greeks who left the country in the previous decade due to the financial crisis will receive a boost on Wednesday with the publication of Greece Country Highlights.

AHI commemorates the 48th anniversary of the invasion of Cyprus
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The American Hellenic Institute (AHI) released a statement commemorating the 48th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus on Wednesday, calling on the United States Congress to pressure the Turkish government in ending the occupation of the island and remove its troops and settlers.



PSEKA marks 48th anniversary of Turkish invasion of Cyprus
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“Although relations between the United States, Greece and Cyprus are great and we share the same Democratic values, you must remember that the United States shares military, economic and geopolitical interests with Turkey!”

Mitsotakis meets with Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos
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Greece appreciates the economic and cultural value of the audiovisual sector and the opportunity it offers for the promotion and prominence of the country on the world stage, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis told Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos on Thursday.


Father Alex Karloutsos gets Presidential Medal of Freedom
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US President Joe Biden awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom, to Father Alex Karloutsos, the former vicar general of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, during a ceremony at the White House in Washington on Thursday.


AHIF’s foreign policy students embark for Greece and Cyprus
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The American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF) College Student Foreign Policy Trip to Greece and Cyprus begins its 14th year as students from across the United States gathered for briefings in Washington, D.C., this week, prior to departing for Cyprus.

The Anatolian Greeks who settled in the US
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“There was Antonis, a man who emigrated to America from Greece, who thought he was a ‘real Greek’ and that everyone from Alatsata [present-day Alacati] and Asia Minor were inferior. Antonis worked in a restaurant, and he made a point of letting people like my uncle and other ‘Ottoman Greeks,’ as he called them, in only through the south door, which was for Blacks.”

Greece’s super-weapon
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We often talk about the Rafale jets, submarines, F-16s and other assets of the Greek arsenal, but overlook the greatest weapon we have – and one that Turkey can never obtain, no matter what it does.


PM honors top Greek Americans for their contribution
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The Greek-American community represents an “unshakable bond” that will always bind the two countries together, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis told a Joint Session of Congress on his recent visit to Washington.

The impact of the Greek-American community
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A lot is said every so often about the role and influence of the Greek diaspora, and given that the United States is the most powerful nation in the world right now, it’s no surprise that in that context it is the Greek-American community that is getting much of the attention.

Reforming Greece a key priority, PM says
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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis wrapped up his visit to the United States on Tuesday attending a dinner with representatives of Greek-American advocacy organizations during which he affirmed the efforts of his conservative administration to transform Greece into a thoroughly modern state.