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New Paris Terror Attack Near Charlie Hebdo Magazine Offices

French police are investigating another attack near the former offices of weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo, the location of a terrorist attack in 2015 that...

Coronavirus-Sniffing Dogs May Help Make Travel Safe Again

Not everyone who had the urge to travel this past summer was able to get beyond the concept that someone might soon be sticking...
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Israeli Ambassador Walks Out of UN Assembly in Protest at Erdogan’s Speech

Glad Erdan, the Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations, walked out of the UN General Assembly on Tuesday in protest against the speech given...

Ancient Church Discovered Under Turkish Lake

The remains of a 1,500-year-old basilica constructed in honor of St. Neophytos have now emerged after water levels in Lake Iznik in the province...

WHO Warns Europe After New Coronavirus Spike Exceeds March Numbers

The regional director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Hans Kluge, had stern words for the nations in the European Union in a Thursday...

“Preposterous” US-Turkey Deal Could Lead to Pillage of Cultural Heritage

In these days of severely heightened tensions originating from Turkey's repeated incursions into the waters of the Eastern Mediterranean in search of oil and...

Raphael’s “School of Athens” Watches Over French Legislators Once Again

A tapestry depicting the Italian painter Raphael's masterpiece, featuring great figures from  ancient Greek history, is once again adorning Plenary Hall in the French...

Oxford-Astra Zeneca Vaccine Trials Resume After Brief Pause

Scientists and many others across the world expressed relief this week after trials were restarted last Saturday for the Oxford University--Astra Zeneca coronavirus vaccine. Slated...

AstraZeneca Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Suspended

AstraZeneca said on Tuesday it has suspended trials of the coronavirus vaccine that it is developing with the University of Oxford after one of...
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Award-Winning Greek-Swedish Filmmaker Explores Roots in Acclaimed New Movie

In his award-winning film "Whose Reality 2.0?," Greek-Swedish actor and filmmaker Nico Falcone Georgiadis plays a Greek immigrant taxi driver who has recently lost...