Greeks

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Greeks

Mathematical measures of risk. See also: delta, gamma, rho, theta, and vega.
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As a daughter of ethnic Greek refugees, she herself left Turkey in a population exchange after the 1919-1922 Greco-Turkish war and is now doing all she can to help the latest wave of refugees by giving out food and clothes.
Still, this is a complex issue as the UNSC-recognised and EU member-state of Cyprus only occupies the ethnic Greek side of the island, while a much smaller part is held by a Turkish Cypriot government only recognised by Ankara.
The protest was triggered by comments by the left-wing government's education minister, Nikos Filis, who questioned the officially-accepted description in Greece of early 20th century massacres of ethnic Greek Turks as genocide.
Cyprus celebrated 50 years of independence on October 1 2010, yet the island remains divided along ethnic Greek and ethnic Turkish lines.
Greek troops had initially deployed to Anatolia to protect ethnic Greek civilians from possible Turkish retribution.
The talks have stalled over problems relating to the ethnic Greek government of EU member Cyprus, a Mediterranean island divided between Greek and Turkish Cypriots, as well as stiff opposition from certain countries including France.
We can be confident, however, that at least the liturgical material cited in this book was aimed at and appreciated by an ethnic Greek readership.
Benedict XI said he was moved by the division of Cyprus, split between ethnic Greek and Turkish Cypriots since a Turkish invasion in 1974 after a brief Greek inspired coup.
Markos Kyprianou told Reuters in an interview there were still deep differences between the ethnic Greek and Turkish Cypriot sides now engaged in peace talks to reunite the island.
Police said the gunman, an ethnic Greek who emigrated to Athens from Abkhazia, had two weapons and carried a note saying he had not been treated well by his peers.
Following the communist takeover of Albania in the aftermath of World War II, the traditions of the ethnic Greek minority were criminalized, leading to the persecution of tens of thousands of Epirotan Greeks.
also of native ethnic Greek children) learning of cultures and ethnic traditions of the people who live in Greece including not only the Muslim minority's culture in Thrace but also the cultures of large immigrant groups now residing in Greece.