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Daily Archives: September 8, 2016

Greece floods: Loyal Dog would not abandon drowned owner (video)

The bond between a human and his dog… Hardly had the heavy rainfall started to fall in the area of Sparti on Wednesday and a 77-year-old man left the secure shelter of his home to go untie his dog. After the dog was untied and both were heading home, the …

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EU wants Greece, Bulgaria to jointly patrol borders, while member-states are 90% behind the relocation target

Greek and Bulgarian police are to start joint patrols along the Greek-Bulgarian and Bulgarian-Turkish borders in a bid to prevent undocumented migrants from continuing their journeys via the so-called Balkan Route. Citizens’ Protection Minister Nikos Toskas discussed the matter with Bulgaria’s Interior Minister Rumiana Bachvarova during a recent visit to …

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Education Ministry revokes licenses of two well-known vocational centers

The education ministry’s General Secretariat for Lifelong Learning has revoked the license of a vocational training institute in Athens and a college operating in northern Greece. According to the ministry, IEK Xyni in Athens and the Mediterranean College in Thessaloniki did not fulfill at least one of the requirements for …

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