Controversial Archbishop Ambrosios Verbally Attacks Schaeuble and Merkel

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Philip Chrysopoulos - Greek Reporter - 14/3/15 Archbishop Ambrosios of Kalavryta created controversy after launching a verbal attack on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble over their harsh stance against Greece in the bailout negotiations. The archbishop is a supporter of new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his government and he often shares his ...

Cyprian Archbishop Calls On Central Bank’s Head, Finance Minister To Resign

By VOR - 1/4/13 The head of Cyprus’s Orthodox Christian Church Archbishop Chrysostom II has called on the Chairman of the country’s Central Bank Panikos Dimitriadis and Finance Minister Mihailis Sarris to resign. The archbishop accuses them of agreeing to the tough measures aimed at stabilizing the Cyprian economy which the EU and the IMF are imposing upon ...

Archaeology: Remains of medieval church discovered in Bulgaria’s Sozopol

1/12/2011 Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a medieval church, said to date from some time in the 12th to 14th centuries, and the front gate of the ancient city on the location of today’s Sozopol, on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. The north wall and the apse of the church are just metres from the ...

Bulgarian Archeologists Unearth Precious Finds at Perperikon

15/7/2011 The first precious archeological finds for 2011 at the Thracian rock sanctuary Perperikon in southern Bulgaria are already a fact, according to Bulgaria's top archeologist, Prof. Nikolay Ovcharov. The finds include a magnificent bronze cross from the 10th – 11th century, a lead medallion with a swastika and Runes' signs. Ovcharov hopes that by the end ...