Posts Tagged: Greece

‘New Journalism’ pioneer Marshall Rosenthal, 71, wrote for ‘Rolling Stone,’ Chicago alternative press

EVANSTON, Ill. – Perhaps the best way to illustrate Marshall Rosenthal’s acerbic wit and lucidity is to let Abe Peck tell the story about writing to Mr. Rosenthal when Peck was — in the 1960s counterculture terminology of the time

‘New Journalism’ pioneer Marshall Rosenthal, 71, wrote for ‘Rolling Stone,’ Chicago alternative press

EVANSTON, Ill. – Perhaps the best way to illustrate Marshall Rosenthal’s acerbic wit and lucidity is to let Abe Peck tell the story about writing to Mr. Rosenthal when Peck was — in the 1960s counterculture terminology of the time

Turkish hero, Greek archvillain, Rauf Denktash, 87, willed northern Cyprus into being

CYPRUS – Rauf Denktash, who has died aged 87, was a hero among Turks, an archvillain to Greeks and, for the army of international diplomats and policymakers who dealt with him, an irritant par excellence. As the leader of a

Turkish hero, Greek archvillain, Rauf Denktash, 87, willed northern Cyprus into being

CYPRUS – Rauf Denktash, who has died aged 87, was a hero among Turks, an archvillain to Greeks and, for the army of international diplomats and policymakers who dealt with him, an irritant par excellence. As the leader of a

Shadowing a Nazi team, Gevork Vartanian, 87, saved Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt in Tehran

MOSCOW – Gevork Vartanian, a former Soviet intelligence agent who helped derail a Nazi plot to assassinate allied leaders at a 1943 conference in Tehran, has died. He was 87. Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service, a top KGB successor agency, said

Shadowing a Nazi team, Gevork Vartanian, 87, saved Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt in Tehran

MOSCOW – Gevork Vartanian, a former Soviet intelligence agent who helped derail a Nazi plot to assassinate allied leaders at a 1943 conference in Tehran, has died. He was 87. Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service, a top KGB successor agency, said

Kiro Gligorov, 94, brought former Yugoslavia republic Macedonia into being without war

SKOPJE, Republic of Macedonia – Macedonia’s first democratically elected President Kiro Gligorov has died at the age of 94. The former head of state died in his home on Sunday evening, January 1, his representative said on Monday, January 2.

Kiro Gligorov, 94, brought former Yugoslavia republic Macedonia into being without war

SKOPJE, Republic of Macedonia – Macedonia’s first democratically elected President Kiro Gligorov has died at the age of 94. The former head of state died in his home on Sunday evening, January 1, his representative said on Monday, January 2.