Monday, June 30, 2008

Rob Andrews for Change

Mr. Andrews is a Co-sponsor of H. Res 356, H.R. 1456 and Res 199, supporting Hellenism.

Rob Andrews

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Serbs Choose New Premier for Coalition

Published: June 28, 2008

PRAGUE — Serbia’s finance minister, Mirko Cvetkovic, was nominated on Friday to become prime minister of a new pro-European coalition government.

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Friday, June 27, 2008

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Israel 'committing memorycide'

Monday, May 19, 2008
16:57 Mecca time, 13:57 GMT

Between February, 1948 and December,1948 the Israeli army systematically occupied the Palestinian villages and towns, expelled by force the population and in most cases also destroyed the houses, looted their belongings and took over their material and cultural possessions. This was the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.

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Forest fire threatens Greek capital

Thursday, June 26, 2008
05:50 Mecca time, 02:50 GMT

Firefighters have been battling a large forest fire threatening the Greek capital, Athens, after fierce winds and high temperatures rapidly spread the blaze across a nearby mountain.

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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

European Court today: Turkey is guily of murder in Cyprus!

For Immediate Release: June 24, 2008

Contact: Nikolaos Taneris, New York, Tel. 1-917-699-9935

NEW YORK-- The Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA) applauds today's decision
in the European Court of Human Rights, in the two cases of Cypriot demonstrators
murdered by Turkey's military-occupation forces, CANA remains firm in its
commitment for full justice. The murderers today walk free in Turkish-occupied

(The following article is reproduced for fair use and educational purposes)
The Online Newspaper of "Romiossini"
European Court today: Turkey is guilty!

Brussels, 24/06/08:- Turkey was today found guilty in the European Court of
Human Rights, in two cases of young Greek Cypriots who were murdered in 1996.

1. Anastasios Isaak was lynched by a mob of Turkish soldiers and Turkish Cypriot
"policemen" and other Turkish and Turkish Cypriot extremists belonging to a
nationalist group called "Grey Wolves". It happened in the buffer zone
separating the turkish army occupied northern part of Cyprus from the southern
part of the island.

2. Solomos Solomou was shot dead at short range, by Turkish soldiers when he
attempted to climb up a turkish flag pole in the buffer zone.

The Court unanimously ruled that Ankara is guilty of violating Article 2 (right
to life) of the European Convention on Human Rights in respect of the killing of
Anastasios Isaak and Solomos Solomou.

The Court also ruled that Turkey is guilty of violating Article 2 in respect of
the failure to conduct an effective investigation into the circumstances in
which Anastasios Isaak and Solomos Solomou were killed.

Under Article 41 (just satisfaction) of the Convention, the Court awarded 80,000
euro to Anastasios Isaak’s widow for pecuniary damage. In respect of
non-pecuniary damage, the Court awarded 35,000 euro each to Anastasios Isaak’s
widow, his parents, and to Solomos Solomou’s father, and also 15,000 euro to
each of Anastasios Isaak’s and Solomos Solomou’s siblings. The applicants in
both cases were also awarded 12,000 for costs and expenses.

The two applications were filed to the Court by the families of Tasos Isaak and
Solomou Solomou, both of whom were murdered by Turkish or Turkish Cypriots
during demonstrations in 1996.

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Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA)
2578 Broadway #132
New York, NY 10025
New York: Tel. 917-699-9935


For Immediate Release: June 23, 2008

Contact: Nikolaos Taneris, New York, Tel. 1-917-699-9935

NEW YORK--On Sunday, July 20 2008, the Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA)–
launches the grass roots “Hands Off Cyprus 2008” Washington DC demonstration in
support of a coordinated national effort to urge Congressional representatives
to bring legislation calling for an end to the Turkish military occupation to a
floor vote. Members of all Hellenic and philhellenic societies and federations,
human rights activists and all people of conscience are invited to participate.

The “Hands Off Cyprus 2008” protest campaign will include the distribution of
hundreds of postcards and t-shirts, and life-sized replica posters for
distribution to passers-bys, pedestrians and members of Congress with slogans
from the demonstration stating “End Turkish Military Occupation in Cyprus”,
“Cypriots Want Their Land Back”, “End Turkish Fascism” and “Turkish troops out
of Cyprus”. Various media correspondents and celebrities will be either covering
or attending, including Hellenic Hip hop artist BZ JAM, and popular Turkish
television documentarian, Barbaras Serdar. Writers, authors and activists
familiar with forced displacement are scheduled to present teach-ins and
lectures in the coming weeks .At least two local progressive news outlets will
be on hand at our demonstration, and we expect coverage from network affiliates.
This year, it is expected that hundreds of activists will attend.

In order to promote awareness of the continuing human rights crisis in Cyprus,
we will need to build the coalitions necessary to tell our story to a wide range
of different people, the “Hands Off Cyprus 2008” campaign also aims to broaden
our community outreach by actively pursuing the participation of non-Hellenic
people who believe in fairness and justice. Diversity is strength, and that is
why CANA strives to include the participation of people from diverse ethnic and
national origins.

We are proud of the experienced Cyprus supporters who led the efforts to bring
justice for Cyprus in the immediate aftermath of the criminal military invasions
of Cyprus initiated by the Turkish government on July 20th 1974, and for many
years since then, for inspiring so many Hellenic-Americans in America to
participate in our political process, many for the first time. This “Hands Off
Cyprus 2008” grass-roots demonstration compliments the extraordinary effort of
those experienced Cyprus supporters who introduce legislations and follow up in
coordination with a vast grass-roots network of concerned Americans, marked by
an annual meeting with key Congressional representatives set close to the date
of July 20th. We must strengthen the grassroots campaign, we must make it more
diverse, and our demonstration is meant to advance our community’s position with
Congress and the White House.

In order to do that, we are going to spend the next days and weeks leading up to
the “Hands Off Cyprus 2008” demonstration working toward one goal: UNITY ON JULY


WHERE: Turkish Embassy 2525 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, DC

WHEN: July 20, 2008, Sunday, 2PM-5PM

Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA)
2578 Broadway #132
New York, NY 10025
New York: Tel. 917-699-9935

Israel Lobby and United States Foreign Policy

Join Phoenix Reign this Saturday at Athens Square Park, Astoria

Monday, June 23, 2008

Is an eclipse mentioned in ancient Odyssey poem?

22:00 23 June 2008 news service
Rachel Courtland

A solar eclipse that occurred more than 3000 years ago may be mentioned in the Odyssey, an ancient poem based on Greek mythology, a new study suggests.

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Churches Destroyed By Jihad Fanatics

Turkish Intelligence Activities under Increased Public Scrutiny in Turkey and Greece

6/22/2008 (

By Ioannis Michaletos and Christopher Deliso

A number of high-impact incidents over the past few months have revealed that the historic feuding of Turkey and Greece is not a thing of the past. Some of these have been well-known, and overtly demonstrated in political events. Others have however received little mention, leaving the public curious to know what is going on behind the scenes.

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UN chief signals shift on Kosovo

PRISTINA, KOSOVO - For 16 months, Russia and the West have been a bit eyeball-to-eyeball in the United Nations Security Council over the status of Kosovo. But to borrow Dean Rusk's famous phrase during the 1963 Cuban missile crisis, it appears that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon has just blinked.

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Friday, June 20, 2008


WASHINGTON, DC – Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) castigated the Bush Administration’s policy of Armenian Genocide denial, today, dramatically pressing U.S. Ambassadorial nominee to Armenia Marie Yovanovitch regarding the Administration’s refusal to properly characterize Ottoman Turkey’s systematic destruction of its Armenian population as a genocide, reported the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA).

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Thursday, June 19, 2008

ISP's confirm '2012: The Year The Internet Ends'


Bell Canada and TELUS (formerly owned by Verizon) employees officially confirm that by 2012 ISP's all over the globe will reduce Internet access to a TV-like subscription model, only offering access to a small standard amount of commercial sites and require extra fees for every other site you visit.

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Pasok faces civil war

Papandreou informally removes former premier Simitis from the socialistparliamentary group, raising fresh fears of a party split amid lagging poll numbers

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Besieged by inflation

ON MAY 31, in broad daylight, a group of self-styled anarchists stormed a supermarket in central Athens. The intruders plundered the shelves, stealing every single package of rice, pasta, bread and detergent they could get their hands on. Then they stepped out on the street and offered the booty to pedestrians along with leaflets reading: "Basic products are sold at exorbitant prices - that's our set of measures against the rising cost of living." Passers-by gladly accepted the loot.

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EU agrees to boost ties with Israel

LUXEMBOURG (AFP) — EU nations on Monday agreed to strengthen relations with Israel but set no timeframe for negotiations amid fears of upsetting Arab states ahead of a Mediterranean summit next month.

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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Holocaust™ Reparations Bill in Congress could cost Americans 200 BILLION DOLLARS

The Holocaust Insurance Accountability Act of 2007 is now snaking its way thru committees, in preparation for what is to quite possibly be a huge extortion of money from the American tax payer.

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Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Minorities in Turkey

Minorities in Turkey are the topic of this program made available by the European Parliament.

Israel-Hamas truce announced

TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 2008
17:57 MECCA TIME, 14:57 GMT

Israel and Hamas have agreed to a ceasefire arrangement, according to Egyptian and Palestinian officials.

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Bartholomew: One of the Worldʼs Most Influential Leaders

New York.- Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew has been recognized by Time Magazine as one of the worldʼs most influential people. This is the fifth annual list compiled by the magazine. In an article included with the selection and written by the Archbishop of Canterbury and head of the Anglican Church, Rowan Williams, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew is honored for his clear moral and spiritual vision and for his concern for the environment.

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Monday, June 16, 2008

McCain Disappoints Greek Americans

Republican Presidential hopeful unable to explain, after his meeting with Archbishop Demetrios, why he refused to co-sign a letter on religious freedom in Turkey

New York.- By Apostolos Zoupaniotis

Republican Presidential Candidate John McCain failed the expectations of the Greek Orthodox faithful in the United after declining to answer a question on his refusal to cosign a letter to President Bush, on the religious freedom in Turkey and the protection of the rights of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.

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Serbs form rival Kosovo assembly

Serbia has defied the entry into force of a new Kosovo constitution by setting up a new parliament for minority Serbs.

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Greek parliament ratifies Lisbon Treaty


ATHENS, Greece -- By a wide majority Wednesday (June 11th), parliament ratified the Lisbon Treaty, the document that replaces the proposed EU Constitution rejected in referendums by France and the Netherlands in 2005. Of 292 lawmakers present, 250 voted in favour, 42 voted against, and eight were absent. The majority included members of the ruling New Democracy party and the opposition PASOK. Lawmakers from the Communist Party, the Radical Left coalition and the far-right Popular Orthodox Rally voted against and insisted on a referendum. Greece became the 18th EU member to adopt the text. To take effect on January 1st 2009, the Lisbon Treaty must be ratified by all 27 EU member states. (Kathimerini, Naftemporiki - 12/06/08; ANA-MPA, AFP, RIA Novosti, Xinhua, DPA - 11/06/08)

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Sunday, June 15, 2008

Kosovo gets new constitution

SUNDAY, JUNE 15, 2008
19:58 MECCA TIME, 16:58 GMT

A new constitution for Kosovo has come into force, four months after it split from neighbouring Serbia.

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Saturday, June 14, 2008

NATO's illegal WAR against SERBIA

Part 1

Part 2

Serbia rejects UN proposal on Kosovo EU mission

Ivana Sekularac
Reuters North American News Service

Jun 13, 2008 15:34 EST

BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia Friday rejected a proposed European Union police mission for Kosovo and accused U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of overreaching his powers in its former province.

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Friday, June 13, 2008

Sarkozy visit seals closer ties

The EU presidency agenda, the Balkans and arms procurement are on theagenda of talks with PM Costas Karamanlis and President Karolos Papoulias

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Bondsteel Camp: Kosovo Independence. American Game Behind It

'Israel Lobby' authors in Jerusalem: Ahmadinejad not inciting to genocide

JERUSALEM - Two prominent American professors who sparked an uproar with their best-selling book critical of the powerful pro-Israel lobby in Washington, remarked Thursday that they felt that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's call for Israel to be wiped off the map was not in fact incitement to genocide.

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UN chief delivers proposal on int'l mission restructuring to Serbia, Kosovo presidents

BELGRADE, June 12 (Xinhua) -- The presidents of Serbia and Kosovo on Thursday received a letter respectively from UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, which contains Ban's proposals for the restructuring of the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) following Kosovo's declaration of independence in February.

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Thursday, June 12, 2008

If Americans Knew What Israel Is Doing! VIDEO WAS CENSORED!

Talat on Northern Cyprus’ future

Mehmet Ali Talat is the president of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, a state whose autonomy is recognised only by Turkey. The status of Northern Cyprus remains a stumbling block in Turkey’s relationship with the European Union. A new initiative from Republic of Cyprus President Demitris Kristofias, however, could provide a resolution to the stand-off and President Talat is ready to negotiate the future of the island. Euronews met him in Brussels.

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Sarkozy calls for new 'Greece-France alliance'

Πηγή: 06/06/08-23:34

French President Nicolas Sarkozy arrived on an official visit to Athens on Friday, where he referred to a "new Greece-France alliance" in a head-of-state address to the Greek Parliament, as well as to a series of issues of heightened importance for Greek leadership.
A beaming Sarkozy, among others, first referred to his Thessaloniki-born maternal grandfather, telling a packed Parliament chamber that his late grandfather would have been very proud today to see his grandson return to Greece as a president of France.
In hinting at the main cornerstones of the soon-to-begin French EU presidency, the high-profile French leader cited the problem of illegal immigration in the Union, as well as Paris' proposal for the establishment of a Mediterranean Union.
Additionally, he reiterated his views on Europe-Turkey relations, repeating that France favors a "special relationship" with Ankara that is short of full EU accession.
Ahead of his visit to Beirut, Sarkozy expressed his government's full support for Lebanon's stability, while again calling for a viable two-state solution in the Mideast.
Turning to a sensitive issue for Greece, the president of France said the wall separating Nicosia "must fall", in reference to a fair and viable solution for Cyprus.
Sarkozy also didn't mince his words in supporting Athens' position vis-à-vis the nagging "name dispute" with the landlocked Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), saying France supports ally Greece and won't change its position.
The French leader arrived in Athens for talks with the state and political leadership of Greece, including President of the Republic Karolos Papoulias and Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis.
Sarkozy was greeted by Foreign Minister Dora Bakoyannis at the Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport of Athens, laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier shortly after his arrival, before delivering an address in Parliament.
In the afternoon, Sarkozy will have talks with Karamanlis at the Maximos Mansion (government headquarters), after which two texts will be signed: a joint declaration by Sarkozy and Karamanlis on defence and security, and a joint declaration by the Greek and French defence ministers in the area of flight training.
Karamanlis and Sarkozy are due to make statements after their meeting.
Bakoyannis is also scheduled to meet in the afternoon with her French counterpart Bernard Kuchner, during which they will sign an additional protocol to the Greek-French agreement on cultural relations.
President Sarkozy and the French delegation are due to depart from Athens early on Saturday morning.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

McCain tackles foreign diplomacy between benefits

June 11, 2008

"...before getting down to fundraising business Tuesday, McCain found himself navigating the choppy waters of Greco-Turkish relations during a short photo-op with the head of American Greek Orthodox Church at the organization's headquarters on 79th Street."

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URGENT: Protest Turkish Embassy: Hands Off Cyprus 2008!

Contact: Nikolaos Taneris, New York, Tel. 1-917-699-9935

WHERE: Turkish Embassy 2525 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, DC
WHEN: July 20, 2008, Sunday, 2PM-5PM

The Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA) will be demonstrating outside the Turkish Embassy in Washington DC to demand an end to the ongoing criminal Turkish military-occupation or land grab of Cyprus initiated by the Turkish government by sheer, brute military-invasion on July 20, 1974. Hundreds of thousands of Cypriots remain refugees following Turkey’s systematic campaign of rapes, terror, bombings, burnings and forced displacement. Over one thousand missing Cypriots, reportedly used for barbaric scientific experiments by the Turks, remain unaccounted. Turkey is an unrepentant human-rights-abuser and perpetrator of Genocide Against Pontians and Armenians, and today continues its genocidal policies by targeting Cypriot land in a methodical program of ‘Turkification’ by illegal Turkish settlers. Join us on July 20th outside the Turkish Embassy to remind them that even one foreign soldier of occupation in Cyprus is tens of thousands of times too many. Come to Washington DC to reaffirm a commitment for full justice and recognition for Turkey’s Crimes.

WE CANNOT FORGET! WE WILL NOT FORGET!Our action is open to any and all who believe the time has come to draw public attention to the evil of the continuing Turkish crimes.Get involved! Get on the bus to Protest the Turkish Embassy, please visit our homepage ( to purchase tickets, to download our color Protest Turkish Embassy protest poster, and to contribute.

Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA)
2578 Broadway #132
New York, NY 10025
New York: Tel. 917-699-9935

See the above Press Release posted here

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Muslim Albanian guilty of murdering 11 Serbs

June 06, 2008 11:48 AM

PRISTINA, Kosovo-An international court convicted an ethnic Albanian of murdering 11 people in a bomb attack on a bus taking Serbs to Kosovo for a religious pilgrimage.

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Turkish PM attacks top court

TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 2008
12:58 MECCA TIME, 9:58 GMT

Turkey's prime minister has accused the country's top court of usurping parliamentary powers by rejecting legislation that would have lifted a ban on Muslim headscarves in universities.

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Monday, June 9, 2008

Out of Star: Orthodox Jews Against Zionism

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With U.S. in slump, dual citizenship in EU countries attracts Americans


Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Saturday, June 07, 2008

For millions of Europeans who braved the Atlantic Ocean for a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty and dreams of a lavish life, there was little thought of ever emigrating back.

Yet for a new generation of Americans of European descent, the Old Country is becoming a new country full of promise and opportunity.

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Sunday, June 8, 2008

Turkish Revisionism at work again

The Turkish Government has recently responded to events surrounding the Pontian Hellenic Genocide by updating their government propaganda and even trying to force the Hellenic Government to do their revisionist bidding.

Setting The Record Straight On Pontus Propaganda Against Turkey
An Update to the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Web page. Read it here

Ankara urges Greece to cancel Pontian Greek Genocide Remembrance Day
06.06.2008 12:27 GMT+04:00
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Turkish speaker wants new constitution after ruling

ANKARA, Turkey - Turkey's parliamentary speaker has proposed a new constitution and the re-establishment of an upper house of parliament to reduce the power of the country's top court.

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Arab states leery of Israel's entry into Mediterranean Union

Mediterranean countries due to launch a regional union next month have yet to agree an overall vision for the project and questions remain over Israel's role, Algeria's foreign minister said.

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Earthquake hits southern Greece

SUNDAY, JUNE 08, 2008
16:26 MECCA TIME, 13:26 GMT

At least two people have been killed by a strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.5 in southwestern Greece, Dozens have been injured, and a number of people are trapped beneath collapsed houses, authorities say.

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Saturday, June 7, 2008

Assyrian Security Force Needed in Iraq's Nineveh Plain

(AINA) -- On Feb. 20, 2008, Uruknet1 and the Kurdistan Post2 reported that Masroor Barzani, son of the Kurdistan Regional Government President Massoud Barzani, was arrested in Austria for an assassination attempt against Kurdish journalist and outspoken critic of the KRG, Mr. Kamal Sayid Kadir.3 Mr. Kadir was arrested and detained for several months in 2005 in the KRG Region for harsh criticism of the Kurdish government and political parties.

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Op-Ed: British and U.S. Responsibility for Turkey’s Aggression in Cyprus

Press Releases

CONTACT: Nick Larigakis
June 3, 2008—No. 37

Washington, DC—The following Op-Ed appeared in the Greek News, 5-26-’08, p.36, the Hellenic Voice, 5-28-’08, p.5, the National Herald 5-31-’08, p.11 and in the Hellenic News of America.

British and U.S. Responsibility for Turkey’s Aggression in Cyprus
By Gene Rossides

May 21, 2008

I have long written about the British and U.S. responsibility for Turkey’s aggression in Cyprus, and the tragedies that have befallen Cyprus since the 1950’s. I have documented Britain’s irresponsibility in bringing Turkey into the picture in the 1950’s when the Cypriots sought self-determination to join with Greece. Turkey had renounced all rights to Cyprus in the Lausanne Treaty of 1923. Britain threatened partition of Cyprus if Archbishop Makarios would not sign the undemocratic London-Zurich agreements of 1959-1960, written by the British, which gave the 18 percent Turkish Cypriot minority veto rights over all major legislative and executive actions.

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Friday, June 6, 2008

Pyrrhic victory in FYROM

Sofia Echo, Bulgaria, June 06, 2008

The snap parliamentary elections held in FYROM on June 1 were meant to open the way to calm the continued unrest that had been troubling the small Balkan republic over the past months.

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Universities feel the heat

The government has vowed to press on with plans to reform tertiaryeducation despite protests that have drawn thousands of students onto thestreets and sent one rector to hospital


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Thursday, June 5, 2008

Abkhazia's independence fight

Court annuls Turkish scarf reform

Turkey's highest court has blocked government moves to allow college students to wear Muslim headscarves.

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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Israel to expand settlements

TUESDAY, JUNE 03, 2008
17:24 MECCA TIME, 14:24 GMT

The Israeli government has announced the construction of about 900 new homes in East Jerusalem amid international criticism against its policy on settlement expansion.

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Mass Grave of Pontian Greeks Discovered in Turkey

Monday, June 2, 2008

Rachel Corrie

In Memoriam

~ Rachel Corrie ~

1979 - 2003

U.S.-Turkey Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Cooperation (123 Agreement)

Press Statement
Office of the Spokesman
Washington, DC
June 2, 2008

On June 2, the U.S. and Turkey brought into force the U.S.-Turkey Agreement for Cooperation Concerning Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy through an exchange of diplomatic notes.

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Sunday, June 1, 2008


Independence Movements

I'd like to take this moment to list several different movements that do not normal receive enough attention and in the nature of Enocism, I proudly stand beside them in their dreams of Freedom and International Recognition.

Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR)

Wikipedia Entry
Official Web Site of the Government of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic


Wikipedia Entry
Assyria Council of Europe (ACE)


Wikipedia Entry
Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG)
Kurdish Institute of Paris


Wikipedia Entry

Republika Srpska

Wikipedia Entry

Republic of Serbian Krajina

Wikipedia Entry
Wikipedia Entry on Government in Exile


Wikipedia Entry

Southern Italy
Kingdom of the Two Sicilies

Wikipedia Entry

List of Political Parties
Sicilian Alliance
Sicilian Independentist Movement
Lega Sud Ausonia
Movement for Autonomy
Movement for the Independence of Sicily


Wikipedia Entry of Albanian in FYROM


Wikipedia Entry
Scottish National Party


Wikipedia Entry


Wikipedia Entry

Republic of Lakotah

Wikipedia Entry
Main Web Site


Wikipedia Entry
Californians for Independence


Wikipedia Entry

Confederate States of America

Wikipedia Entry
The Southern Party
League of the South

Hawaiian sovereignty movement

Wikipedia Entry

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican Independence Party

Genocide announced

Bombs would fall under other circumstances, but when influential rabbis call for the total annihilation of the Palestinians the world watches without blinking, writes Saleh Al-Naami

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