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The Greek Citizenship Written Exam

On Tuesday, the Ministry of the Interior of Greece announced that the first written test would take place nationally on May 16 for foreign-born nationals

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Greek Patriot Honored for Donating Entire Estate to Homeland Security

Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou honored the Greek shipowner and veteran of World War II who, on Wednesday earlier this month, gave his entire estate to


China’s Online Speech Crackdown has been extended as Cyber Watchdog targets Bloggers

Ma Xiaolin often wrote about current affairs on one of China’s leading microblogging sites, where he has 2 million followers. But recently, he said in


China is Planning to drop out of study abroad for children as more students head Abroad at Younger ages

Chinese parents are sending their children away to study at an increasingly younger age. It’s a trend that the government is planning to stamp out.


By 2060, China aims to be Carbon Neutral, but can it be handled by its Provinces?

As China aims to peak its carbon emissions before 2030 and to be carbon neutral by 2060, the question remains as to what steps will


As Hollywood Struggles in the Midst of Pandemic and Geopolitics, China’s film fans invest in home-grown entertainment

With China’s box office takings predicted to rebound to near pre-pandemic highs in 2021, for Hollywood studios, the largest film market in the world is

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New Baby of Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Figure In The Royal Family

Californian Easy Job Becoming: How the new baby of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will change their fractious relationship with the Royal Family Quick Job

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Fake Heiress Anna Sorokin

According to Department of Corrections reports, social grifter Anna Sorokin was released early from a New York State jail Thursday for good conduct. Sorokin, 29,

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‘Merciless’ Russia may Face new Sanctions, EU Says

The European Union’s top diplomat warned Moscow on Tuesday that fresh sanctions could be levied on Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, describing President Vladimir Putin’s government

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BoE’s Bailey Challenged Over his Testimony on Collapsed Fund LCF

Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey was confronted by a retired judge on Tuesday by a comment he made to Parliament about a proposal to