Cyprus Peace Process Roundup

Saturday, May 2, 2015  | 
Developments unfolded quickly this week as the Cyprus peace process appeared to be back on track. On Tuesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan “was snubbed by 17 EU ambassadors accredited...

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“Back in the Mission Field here in Sierra Leone – Orphanage update”

Monday, April 27, 2015  | 
Enjoy the first in a series  highlighting philanthropic endeavors in our community. BY FR. THEMIS BY Christ is Risen! Well I’m back in the Mission Field here in Sierra Leone....

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Cyprus Peace Process Roundup

Friday, April 24, 2015  | 
There was a tenor of guarded hope that the stalled Cyprus peace process would restart this week. US Secretary of State of John Kerry met with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu,...

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Greece

Greece is more than the latest headlines of the day. While the European financial crisis has dominated newspapers across the world, the importance of Greece reaches far beyond economics. Greece is a key strategic ally of the United States and Hellenism plays a vital role in our civic society. Learn more →
RT @NKatsimpras: @AmbJohnKoenig G/C's offer CBM's repeatedly; T/C's elect Akinci. Turkey? Nothing but words & even those not that encouragi
.@AmbJohnKoenig @VP How do you do so "ASAP" when Turkey hasn't shown any good faith on solution? Need some positive action from Ankara