The Municipality of Athens has joined the Pantheion University to improve the quality of life in Greek capital and promote the city as an attractive tourist destination. According to a cooperation protocol signed between the mayor of the city, Kostas Bakoyannis, and the rector of Panteion, Christina Koulouri, the municipality,Read More →

Downtown Fort McMurray, October 2018 // Elizabeth Priest – Harvard Broadcasting You may pay more property taxes this year. The Wood Buffalo council met Tuesday night and approved the 2022 tax rate bylaw. Urban and rural residential property tax rates increase by 7%. Total property tax revenues are reduced byRead More →

NEWTOWN – Newtown has announced that it is one of a select group of high-performing municipalities to become certified under Pennsylvania’s Sustainable Community Certification Program. Newtown has been recognized at the Silver certification level for meeting the program’s rigorous performance criteria that follow 131 policies and practices used to defineRead More →

On April 24, volunteers from various Hindu Dharmic organizations in the Arlington Heights, Illinois area organized a traveling poster exhibit titled “Darshana: A Glimpse of Hindu Civilization.” The exhibition had posters on arts, science, divinity, architecture, scriptures, spiritual traditions, festivals, clothing, yoga, medicine and others. This nationwide traveling exhibition aimsRead More →

TEHRAN — Located between the Karkheh and Dez rivers in southwestern Iran, Susa was once one of the most important and glamorous cities of the ancient world. Susa, which has been inhabited for thousands of years, comprises several layers of superimposed urban settlements from the end of the 5th millenniumRead More →

NGO Health Center A state-of-the-art health center has been commissioned in Asadame, an agricultural community in the municipality of Keta in the Volta region, to improve quality health care for residents and people from neighboring communities. The fully furnished facility, which includes a maternity ward, laboratory and outpatient department, amongRead More →

Editor’s note: Decision Makers is a global platform for decision makers to share their insights into the events shaping the world today. Erik Solheim is a former United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UNEP and Senior Advisor to the World Resources Institute. The article reflects the opinions of theRead More →

Australia’s controversial Western Civilization courses are proving popular with students despite bitter opposition from many staff, the data shows. The extended majors in Western Civilization at the University of Queensland (UQ) have some of the most demanding undergraduate entrance scores in the country. Students must achieve Australian Tertiary Admissions RankingsRead More →

The “Mega Blood Donation Drive” was inaugurated on April 2. Muscat: The Indian community donated a record 1,327 units of blood during the ‘Mega Blood Donation Drive’ organized during the ‘Community Service Fortnight’ or ‘Sewa Utsav’ by the Embassy of India. The ‘Sewa Utsav’ was organized by the Embassy withRead More →

New research from the University of Warwick, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Reichman University, Pompeu Fabra University and the Barcelona School of Economics challenges the conventional theory that the transition from research from food to agriculture has led to the development of complex and hierarchical societies by creating an agriculturalRead More →

By Express press service DHENKANAL: A bomb was reportedly thrown at the residence of BJP’s Dhenkanal Municipality President Jayanti Patra in Similia Sahi here on Saturday night. The door to Jayanti’s house and the surrounding wall were damaged by the explosion. The bombing closely follows disbelievers who fired blanks atRead More →

The Municipality of Paphos and the American University of Beirut (AUB) on Friday signed an agreement for the creation of an AUB campus in Paphos, in the presence of the President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades and the American Assistant Secretary of State Lee Satterfield. “The United StatesRead More →

Wonderfully, when one watches ancient highways slowly crack and tumble down cliffs to the sea, the concept of “permanent changes in the human landscape” can be seen as illusory. Most of you suffer from the illusion that structures such as poorly placed dwellings, on floodplains or near the ocean[s] areRead More →

Baku, April 1, AZERTAC Located in the Turkish province of Çorum in Central Anatolia, Hattusha (often referred to as the archaeological site of Boğazkale) – the capital of the Hittite civilization was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1986 as a cultural property. Hattusha is a remarkable archaeologicalRead More →