2010 starts with spectacular firework show down under

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2010 started with a bang for thousands of people in Sydney.

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Happy New Year from Greece! Share our traditions and a recipe.

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Each area of Greece has a unique recipe for New Year’s Cake or New Year’s Bread.

2009 among deadliest years for media: watchdog

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AFP – The year 2009 was one of the worst for the targeted killing of media workers, with 113 lives lost, a leading watchdog said Thursday and called on governments to do more to protect reporters

Asnycnow Radio On Facebook,Twitter and BlogTalkRadio

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Asnycnow Radio Is Now On Facebook And Twitter,and Officially Has a New Blog to Call Home.

On This Blog, Asnycnow Presenters And Contributors Can Speak Abotu Anything and Everything.

At Least Six Americans Killed in Attack at Base in Afghanistan

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At least six Americans were killed Wednesday when a suicide bomber wearing an explosive vest made his way into an American base in Khost Province in southeastern Afghanistan, according to NATO military officials. The suicide bomber died in the blast. Six more Americans were wounded, some of them seriously, suggesting that the death toll could climb, the officials said.

Obama Leaves Golf Abruptly For ‘Personal Matter’

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President Obama has left a golf course abruptly while vacationing in Hawaii on Monday for a “personal matter,” the Associated Press is reporting, and an ambulance was seen speeding to the first family’s… Continue reading

”Late Journal Extra” Special to replace ”9 O’Clock Show” New Year’s Eve Special

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Asnycnow Radio is Rescheduling its First New Year’s Eve Special , Originally Apart of the ” 9 O’clock Show” Brand Will Instead Be Apart of the ”Late Journal” Brand And Moved to A New Time.

Greek Christmas is a Religious Holiday

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Christmas is a religious holiday and one for feasting after weeks of fasting

Kalanda singers, Aphrodite and Giorgos

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Greek Christmas customs

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Please start with the weblink below to explore the wonderful Greek traditions we celebrate during the Christmas holiday period. Mr. Yiannis Stamatis has much information available on his website Crete Explore including photos… Continue reading