Posts Tagged ‘Antioch’

TURKEY EARTHQUAKE: Dendias meets with Çavuşoğlu in Antioch

Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is in quake-affected region of Antioch (Ἀντιόχεια, Turkish: Hatay) in southeastern Turkey and met with his Turkish counterpart Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu. Çavuşoğlu, from the earthquake response headquarters, said he was happy that “my friend Nikos is here to support us”. Dendias landed in Adana, where he had a warm embrace with Çavuşoğlu.… […]

Hunger Strikers Demand Police Reform In Antioch

Above photo: Activists have launched a hunger strike to demand police reform in Antioch. The activists want Antioch police to fire Officer Michael Mellone, who was involved in the fatal shooting of a San Francisco homeless man in 2016 and to discipline Cpl. Steve Aiello for his social media posts that they say incited violence against […]

“God is With Us”: Patriarchates of Antioch for the Greek Orthodox, Syrian Orthodox, and Greek-Melkite Catholic Condemn FUKUS Bombing of Syria

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Justice for Charles Burns

Charles Burns was killed in a hail of bullet fire by police in Antioch, California; a killing his family say was unwarranted, and they are demanding justice. The story provided by his families lawyer differs vastly from that being given by officials, prompting the family to seek damages for the wrongful death, as well collusion […]

Violent Jews Against Christians Causes Tens of Thousands to Flee Amid Syrian Civil War

Free Syrian Army fighter prepares to shot RPG at the Syrian Army in Homs, Syria. Photo: wiki commons. Violence against Syria’s centuries-old Christian community from the government as well as Islamic radicals in the rebellion of the Syrian civil war is driving thousands of those Christians from their homes, with many fleeing to their ancient […]

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