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Athens: Cretan farmers out of control clash with riot police

Anger, brawl, smash, sticks, stones, tear gas, sound flares, injuries, detentions. This is the picture at Vathis Square in downtown Athens on Wednesday morning, after hundreds of angry farmers from Crete set out to protest taxation and social security contributions. First, the farmers first got angry because of  the presence …

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TRAPPIST-1: NASA Press Release with some amazing videos

At about 40 light-years (235 trillion miles) from Earth, the system of planets is relatively close to us, in the constellation Aquarius. Because they are located outside of our solar system, these planets are scientifically known as exoplanets. This exoplanet system is called TRAPPIST-1, named for The Transiting Planets and …

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Soldiers safely diffuse 250-kg WWII bomb, transfer it for controlled detonation (pictures)

Greek soldiers safely defused a 250-kilo bomb from the World War II found under a petrol station in Thessaloniki. Prior to the bomb neutralization operation, more than 72,000 people, including refugees and migrants form a hot spot nearby, were evacuated. “End good, all good!” Sunday afternoon, Regional Governor Apostolos Tzitzikostas …

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Snow in Athens: Dusted Acropolis and lots of Snowmen – Amazing pictures & videos

Millions of snowflakes started to fall short after 6:30 pm on Monday. The much expected snow had arrived in downtown Athens and the suburbs – even those in the south. The snowflakes fell quick and soft and covered first the cars, then the trees and the plants. And had Athenians …

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Obama in Acropolis – Live Streaming – Pictures – Video

In his last day in Athens, US President Barack Obama is visiting Acropolis, one of his childhood dreams, as he recently said. Security measures are draconian, policemen stand in a 5-meter distance from each other, snipers have taken position on buildings roofs. However, the security measures could not hinder Athenians …

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So long, Leonard: Cohen’s Muse and the island of Hydra (picts, videos)

Millions of fans around the world grieve. Legendary bard, poet and songwriter Leonard Cohen passed away at the age of 82. His death was announced on Friday morning in his official Facebook page. Leonard Cohen 6 hours ago It is with profound sorrow we report that legendary poet, songwriter and …

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Athens: High-school students protest rally ends in …fire-bombs throwing & teargas

Thousands of high-school students flocked to downtown Athens on Monday morning to demand a “a school system and a life they deserve”. However, the protest rally ended in the usual mess as in most of the cases. A group of authoritarians intermingled with the students and started to throw molotov …

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UPD Stormy weather strikes Greece: 4 dead, 2 missing (video, picts)

The stormy weather that has been striking Greece for the last two days turned especially intensive on Tuesday night across the country. Heavy rainfall and floods caused the death of three people in Messinia, south Peloponnese. Three people have been missing in Peloponnese and in Nea Michaniona in Thessaloniki in …

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RIO 2016: Olympic Flame Lit at Ancient Olympia- Live Streaming

The Olympic flame for RIO 2016 Summer Olympic Games was lit earlier today in the ancient site of Olympia in Peloponnese. The Lighting Ceremony was performed by actress Katerina Lehou who lit the torch using a parabolic mirror to catch the the sun’s rays. The torch was lit within seconds. …

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UPD 202 people deported from Greece to Turkey in a “dawn operation” (videos, picts)

The mass deportation operation started as early as 6 o’ clock in the morning, although it was originally scheduled for 10 a.m. The first 136 migrants from Lesvos were already in Dikili, Turkey at 9:30 a.m.It is more than obvious that the Frontex did not want much media around, for …

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The 500km Walk: Refugees try to reach Greece’s borders to FYROM on foot

Families with children, pregnant women, fragile elderly, people with disabilities … They picked up their belongings and started to walk. A long march, a 500-km Walk along Greece’s national highway to the north, the borders with FYROM. Several hundreds refugees started to walk towards Greece’s borders to FYROM on Wednesday, …

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Thousands flock to Pantelidis’ funeral: Live Stream

Thousands of people, mostly young one, have been flocking since yesterday to the suburb of Nea Ionia in western Athens to pay their last respect to singer and songwriter Pantelis Pantelidis who was killed in a car crash on Thursday morning. Saturday noon, the people moved to the local church …

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