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Greek for the Week with Rev. Chris Palmer teaches you God's Word through the original language of the New Testament: Greek! In each podcast, Chris will analyze a verse in Greek and will pull out exciting meanings filled with practical insight for daily living. Your understanding of Scripture will grow and your heart will be filled with encouragement. If you've ever read a Scripture and wondered: 'what's that mean?' than you'll love Greek for the Week! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ ...
 
Gnosis is greek for "Knowledge" and in this case spiritual knowledge. "When you come to know yourself you will become known and you will realize that you are sons of the living Father." -Gospel of Thomas Inner Gnosis is the key that unlocks the door to Infinity. Each week I will take you on a spiritual journey and plant seeds in your mind but you must nurture those seeds on your own and see what grows. What grows is different for all of us. I am not a teacher,a minister,or a guru. I am just ...
 
A weekly one-hour conversation with guest experts and callers about travel, cultures, people, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Rick Steves is America's leading authority on travel to Europe and beyond. Host and writer of over a hundred public television travel shows and author of 30 best-selling guidebooks, Rick now brings his passion for exploring and understanding our world to public radio. Related travel information and message boards on www.rickst ...
 
Listen to the award winning Second Captains free to air podcasts, presented by Eoin McDevitt, Ciáran Murphy and Ken Early. Subscribe to daily shows at secondcaptains.com/join Join The Second Captains World Service and get access to our daily shows and much more. Become a Second Captains member at secondcaptains.com. - iTunes Podcast of the Year - iTunes Essentials Top 10 Podcasts of All-Time - The Guardian's 50 Podcasts You Need To Hear - Ireland's Most-Downloaded Podcast
 
The official Low Season Traveller podcast where each week we learn more about what the tourism experience is like during each destination's low season. And who better to learn from than the very people responsible for promoting tourism in each destination and the locals who can advise us of the "hidden gems" we shouldn't miss. The podcast was created by Ged Brown, Founder of LowSeason Traveller, the world's first travel website entirely dedicated to inspiring travellers to visit the worldwid ...
 
Stories catching our attention. Bringing those stories to yours. Throughout the week, conversations between Benzinga correspondents and other leading thinkers in finance, economics, and politics get to the heart of real issues we face right now, uncovering the details of news reports and cover stories that are otherwise often overlooked.
 
Dumb Nerds is a podcast hosted by comedian, Cassi Jerkins. Each week Cassi has a different funny guest on to talk about a smart topic they’re both too dumb for. The guest has the honor of picking a topic she or he is passionate about but is clearly no expert in. Topics range from Greek Mythology, Body Farms, How to Buy a House and so much more! Come learn with Cassi and friends! Or at the very least, laugh at how dumb these nerds are!
 
BlazinRy Radio is an entertainment show powered by Blog Talk Radio. The episodes begin by covering the hot topics of the day in entertainment, news, and sports. BlazinRy host Ryan Holmes then chats with today's hottest and funniest artists and entertainers. Recent guests include hip-hop legend Biz Markie ("Just a Friend"), Grammy nominee Jaret Reddick (Bowling For Soup), Sanjaya Malakar (American Idol), Emmy Winner and Tony nominee Tammy Blanchard (Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, How to Suc ...
 
InStyle Villas is a luxury villa specialist company providing access to exclusive experiences in Greece to clients all over the world. ISV offers stylish villas that cater to all your needs, located in both lively and undiscovered destinations for vacations or as an investment opportunity. Our product offering includes villas rentals from approximately €5,000 to €70,000 per week. Not only do we have exclusive access to many of our properties, but we also work with our sister company Retreat ...
 
The Black Lotus Connection B.L.C. radio Nzun(nekhen). Its ancient name is NzunNo and the nile port is nzunprt coptic(Nekhen) greek(Hierakonpolis) Nekhen is located in Egypt NekhenNekhen Location in Egypt Coordinates: 25°5′50″N 32°46′46″E Country Egypt Time zoneEST (UTC+2) • Summer (DST)+3 (UTC) O48 niwt or O47 nniwt Nekhen in hieroglyphs Hieraconpolis redirects here; for the ancient fortress in Egypt called Hieracon, see Hieracon Nekhen /ˈnɛkən/ or Hieraconpolis (/ˌhaɪərə kɒnpəlɨs/; Ancient ...
 
Welcome to the Raptors subreddit Podcast! This is your one stop shop for all your Raptors news and everything related to the Raptors Community on Reddit. This podcast is for you the fans. All hosts are all members of the community and are life long fans of the team. Each and every week do a deep dive into the team focusing on the players, coaches, team management and every other topic imaginable. We want to bring on members of our community each and every week. We want you to have a voice an ...
 
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Turkey is not a “tribal state” that can be pushed around, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said, dismissing the American warnings over its procurement of Russian-made S-400 anti-aircraft systems. Ankara will see through the deployment of its S-400 systems, which will not be disrupted by any threats or sanctions, Erdogan made clear, speaking in th…
 
Pope Francis has announced 13 new cardinals, the most notable of which is Washington DC Archbishop Wilton Gregory, the first black American prelate to earn the honor. They will be honored in a ceremony on November 28. Gregory was appointed Archbishop of DC in 2019, having served in cities that included Chicago and Atlanta. The churchman made a name…
 
Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez on Sunday declared a second nationwide state of emergency, granting his government powers to restrict basic freedoms, and introducing a nighttime curfew, as coronavirus cases surge in Spain. The state of emergency will last for 15 days and could be extended up to May 9, if the extension is approved by parliament. People acr…
 
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has authorized a curfew on restaurants and bars, along with other tougher measures aimed at curbing the rapidly growing coronavirus infection rate. The fresh restrictions will take effect on Monday and last until November 24. Under the new rules, all dining establishments, including bars and restaurants, are al…
 
Opponents of tough Covid-19 restrictions and a near-total ban on abortion have rallied simultaneously in the Polish capital. Pro-choice activists promised a nationwide women’s strike next week. Protesters in Warsaw demanded a “wise and responsible” approach to fighting the coronavirus, which would include the easing of quarantine restrictions and t…
 
Contrary to promises, Melbourne, which lives under some of the toughest and longest coronavirus restrictions, will not get a reprieve on Monday, Victoria state head has announced, leaving critics fuming. Metropolitan Melbourne was supposed to see some of its lockdown restrictions lifted starting next week. The Australian city has seen its rolling t…
 
Paris has recalled its envoy from Turkey following scathing remarks by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who questioned his French counterpart’s mental health, accusing Emmanuel Macron of “mistreating” millions of Muslims. The move was announced by Macron’s office late on Saturday. In its statement, Paris indicated that it does not plan to engage in …
 
US President Donald Trump’s comment that Egypt will “blow up” a disputed dam that Ethiopia is building on the Blue Nile has sparked an outcry in Addis Ababa, where the government is calling the statement an “incitement to war.” Ethiopian Foreign Minister Gedu Andargachew summoned US Ambassador Michael Raynor for clarification on Saturday, a day aft…
 
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has blasted police for disrupting morning prayers at a mosque in the German capital. The operation was part of an investigation into illegally obtained Covid-19 subsidies. “I strongly condemn the police raid on Mevlana Mosque in Berlin during the morning prayers,” Erdogan said. [The operation] was obviously fe…
 
The Greek shipping community have always been wilfully contrary bunch in their attitude and outlook – it’s still the case that where the Greeks lead in countercyclical plays others follow and even in these capital constrained times it’s a brave analyst who bets against the Greek owner’s ability to turn a global crisis into an opportunity. That said…
 
Turkey’s tests of its Russian-made S-400 air defense systems violate Ankara’s commitment to NATO and may hamper its security relations with the US, the Pentagon has said, after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed the drills. The US Department of Defense “condemns in the strongest possible terms” the S-400 tests, conducted by the Turkish milita…
 
The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in France has crossed the million mark, with President Emmanuel Macron predicting the country will have to suffer the virus until at least summer 2021. On Friday, French health authorities reported 42,032 new coronavirus infections over the previous 24 hours, which saw the overall number of cases reach 1,041,0…
 
The Israeli government says it will not oppose the US selling “specific weapons systems” to the United Arab Emirates, in an apparent reference to F-35 fighter jets, despite Tel Aviv opposing such a deal less than a fortnight ago. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Benny Gantz confirmed on Friday that Israel would not prevent Abu…
 
Engineers have created a paint capable of reflecting 95.5 percent of sunlight back into space, while keeping a building cooler than the ambient temperature, which might one day dramatically reduce the need for air conditioning. In research undertaken at Purdue University, in Indiana, engineers have produced the remarkable acrylic paint. It makes us…
 
After tech giant Amazon tweeted praise for footballer Marcus Rashford’s efforts to secure free meals for schoolchildren, CEO Jeff Bezos came under instant fire for his colossal wealth and supposed indifference to world hunger. The latest blasting of Bezos came after the Amazon Prime Video Sports account called the UK footballer a “national hero” fo…
 
Plant-based products sold in the EU should be allowed to be called ‘burgers,’ ‘sausages,’ and ‘steak,’ despite containing no meat at all, the European Parliament said. On Friday, the MEPs voted to reject the proposal by farmers, who insisted that labeling vegetarian substitutes with terms that are usually associated with meat products was misleadin…
 
Sudan is joining the Abraham Accords and recognizing the state of Israel, US President Donald Trump has announced. It is the third country in three months to do so, following the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. Following a phone call with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and Trump on Friday, Sudanese PM Abdalla Hamdok and head of the Sovereignty Cou…
 
Socialist Luis Arce has won the presidential election in Bolivia with 55 percent of the vote, the official count confirmed after all ballots were counted on Friday. Arce’s leading rival, Carlos Mesa, took just under 29 percent of the vote, meaning the socialist’s tally exceeded the required 20 percentage-point lead for an outright win. The result a…
 
Castilla & León and Valencia have demanded nighttime curfews are implemented to stop the spread of Covid-19, after the government failed to agree on further restrictions, following opposition from Madrid and the Basque country. While the regions have autonomy to implement some measures to combat coronavirus, restrictions such as curfews can be put …
 
The Czech Republic’s health minister, Roman Prymula, is set to lose his job after attending an establishment that appeared to be open in violation of the Covid-19 lockdown rules he implemented. Prime Minister Andrej Babiš has said he will fire Prymula if he refuses to resign after an “inexcusable” mistake saw him photographed leaving a restaurant t…
 
Greenpeace has warned that radioactive water from Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant contains matter that could damage human DNA if discharged into the ocean, as reportedly planned. Contaminated water from the now-defunct Fukushima nuclear plant contains a radioactive substance which is harmful to human DNA, a Greenpeace report claims. The pa…
 
Police fired pepper spray at hundreds of demonstrators in Warsaw as they opposed a court ruling almost completely banning abortion in the country. Several hundred people gathered in front of Poland’s Constitutional Court and marched towards the residence of the Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of the country’s ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS), to p…
 
The government of Peru is dropping the costly AstraZeneca vaccine, as the company failed to provide testing data and is offering too few inoculations. Speaking on Thursday, Peruvian Prime Minister Walter Martos stated that the multinational pharmaceutical company AstraZenaca had not provided the government with enough information about the candidat…
 
As the US demands Sri Lanka make a choice over its economic allegiances, the Chinese foreign ministry has warned that Washington’s attempt to bully nations into cutting their ties with Beijing won’t succeed. Speaking on Friday, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian told reporters that American efforts to disrupt Chinese relations with other cou…
 
Christos Pappas, a senior leader of Greece’s recently outlawed extreme-right Golden Dawn party, has refused to turn himself in after receiving jail time for his role in the group. A police search for the fugitive is underway. Senior members of the party, including its former leader Nikos Michaloliakos, were each sentenced to 13 years in prison, aft…
 
The Foreign Ministry in Beijing has urged London to reconsider its policy that offers visas for Hong Kongers with British overseas status and paves the way for UK citizenship. The Chinese ministry's Hong Kong office said Britain should "immediately correct its mistakes" regarding the visa policy. China's Foreign Ministry in Beijing also said that i…
 
Throwing it back to our "What to do when life knocks you out" episode Life is impartial to your feelings, and doesn't care about your goals...and that means sometimes we get sidelined by life in a way that leads to us retreating, curling up in a ball, and isolating ourselves. I understand. But let me give you a different way to approach this crisis…
 
BBC presenter and voice of TomTom Satnav, Kathy Clugston gives us a personal tour of her home city. Kathy presents a weekly show on BBC Radio Ulster and is immersed in Belfast's arts and culture. We discuss Belfast's music scene from jazz to indie: where to find it, what it's like and why it's important. We also discuss the best places to visit in …
 
Coronavirus curfews in France will be extended to include some two-thirds of the population, with the country reporting a record 41,622 new confirmed cases of the disease on Wednesday. French Prime Minister Jean Castex said the curfews that were imposed in Paris and eight other major cities last week will be expanded to 38 more departments. That me…
 
Rick compares notes with travel writer Dave Seminara on Medellín, Colombia, as the "City of Eternal Spring" tries to shake off its former reputation for cartel violence and promote itself as a safe and family-friendly destination. Plus, we relive two of our favorite interviews, hearing how important travel has been to the work of writer and activis…
 
Sheikh Muhammad Adnan Al-Afyouni, the Mufti of Damascus, has been killed in a “terrorist explosion” near the Syrian capital, the SANA news agency reported. Al-Afyouni was one of the region’s most prominent Islamic scholars. Sheikh Al-Afyouni died in the town of Qudsaya, near Damascus, on Thursday evening. Government sources told SANA that an “explo…
 
Welcome to your weekly sample of the Second Captains World Service which included the surreal but brilliant chat between Ken and Tim Robbins, Champions League, and Oisin and Andy Moran on the GAA getting the green light. Go to secondcaptains.com/join to access daily shows. No contract, no obligations, no minimum sign up.…
 
Researchers in the UK claim the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine behaves as expected in the human body, in new research released a day after Brazilian authorities announced the death of one of its trial volunteers. In their work, the group of independent UK scientists say the vaccine accurately follows its creators’ intentions once injected into…
 
A man suspected of killing one person and seriously injuring another in Dresden this month was under observation by German intelligence at the time of the attack, says the region’s head of police. Law enforcement agents arrested a 20-year-old Syrian man on Tuesday in connection with the double stabbing on October 4, with prosecutors saying he has a…
 
Ankara has denounced the “baseless accusations” in the statement of the leaders of Cyprus, Greece, and Egypt on its work in the Eastern Mediterranean. Turkey’s Foreign Ministry rejected the memorandum issued after the trilateral summit in Cyprus on Wednesday, which condemned Turkish energy exploration in the region. The ministry in Ankara said the …
 
French police evacuated Lyon’s Part-Dieu station and launched a major security operation on Thursday after a woman reportedly cried “Allahu akbar” and issued a bomb threat. After the alarm was raised over the bomb threat, police cleared the station and established a security perimeter while they investigated and detained the woman, who has not been…
 
Beijing has said that it will take appropriate action in retaliation against Washington’s decision to force several Chinese news organizations to register as foreign missions operating in the US. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that the State Department would label six China-based media outlets that work in the US as foreign missions, whic…
 
Germany's public health institute has revealed that it has the capacity to provide treatment for coronavirus patients from other countries, as Berlin issued travel warnings in respect of four European nations. Despite recording a sharp increase in new coronavirus infections, Germany's Robert Koch Institute (RKI) announced that the country has the c…
 
A woman who led a self-proclaimed autonomous state inside Austria will spend the next decade behind bars after a court found her guilty of attempting to incite an insurrection against the government. Read more Gift from Trump? More than 100 Austrians get US Treasury stimulus cheques by mistake Monika Unger, 44, the self-declared president of the so…
 
South Korea’s economy and finance minister has been evicted from his property as landlords react to new rules he helped to enact by rapidly replacing tenants so they can increase rents and deposits. Hong Nam-Ki, who has served in politics for decades, is now left looking for a new home because his landlord is set to move into his accommodation when…
 
Germany is facing a 'very serious' rise in Covid-19 cases, but it is still possible to slow the spread of infection, the public health institute has said. Meanwhile, Berlin has issued new travel warnings for four European states. The country has seen an increase in coronavirus cases in recent days, Lothar Wieler, the head of the Robert Koch Institu…
 
Beijing has warned that the US State Department's approval of a potential $1.8 billion arms sale to Taiwan would have "a major impact' on China-US relations, while Taipei says it's not seeking an arms race with the Chinese. China will issue a necessary response as the situation develops, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters on Thur…
 
What will the cities of the future look like? Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the answer to that question was clearer: Urban areas around the world were on a trajectory of exponential growth, with 68% of the world's population expected to live in cities by 2050. It's unlikely the pandemic can dramatically alter that unstoppable trend, particularly in…
 
A large-scale study in Denmark that sought to determine if masks help stop the spread of Covid-19 has been rejected by several prestigious journals. The authors hinted that their findings were inconvenient to the status quo. The Lancet, the New England Journal of Medicine, and the American Medical Association Journal all turned down the paper, Dani…
 
The Korean Medical Association has called on the country’s government to halt its plan to inoculate millions of citizens after more than two dozen people died after receiving flu shots. The vaccine initiative, billed as a strategy to potentially offset complications from Covid-19, aims to provide free flu jabs to 19 million people. But the ambitiou…
 
A NASA astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts aboard a Soyuz MS-16 spacecraft have landed without a hitch in the Kazakhstan steppes after spending more than six months in orbit on the International Space Station. NASA astronaut and Expedition 63 commander Chris Cassidy, as well as two Russian cosmonauts, Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner, touched dow…
 
The US State Department has designated a number of Chinese publications as foreign missions, accusing them of spreading “propaganda.” Beijing previously blasted the labeling drive as “brutal suppression” of its media. The State Department announced the new designations on Wednesday, labeling six outlets – Yicai Global, Jiefang Daily, Xinmin Evening…
 
The US State Department has approved a sale of advanced weaponry worth over $1.8 billion to Taiwan, the Pentagon said, leaving Congress to give final authorization as Beijing slams the deal as provocative and warns of retaliation. The proposed arms transfer was certified by the State Department on Wednesday, according to the Defense Security Cooper…
 
Spain has become the first Western European nation to exceed one million coronavirus cases, while the UK reported 26,688 new infections on Wednesday – a record for the country. With 16,973 confirmed cases in the last 24 hours, the overall number of infected in Spain has reached 1,005,295 people, according to data from the country’s Health Ministry.…
 
Video sharing app TikTok has expanded its hate speech rules, and will remove a host of pro-white and anti-Jewish content. The move comes as multiple social media companies crack down on anti-Semitism. In an update to its ‘community guidelines’ announced in a blog post on Wednesday, TikTok said it would remove content related to “white nationalism, …
 
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