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Two injured in helicopter on emergency landing on Kefalonia

Two men were injured after a helicopter made an emergency landing in a field on the island of Kefalonia on Thursday morning. The two Greek men, the pilot and one passenger, aged 60 and 65 years old, were transferred to the local hospital where they are reportedly being treated for …

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Countless offerings by ancient Greek worshipers unearthed on Kythnos

Archaeologists excavating a hilltop sanctuary on the Aegean Sea island of Kythnos have discovered “countless” pottery offerings left by ancient worshippers over the centuries, Greece’s Culture Ministry said Wednesday. A ministry statement said the finds from work this year included more than 2,000 intact or almost complete clay figurines, mostly …

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EU and ECB end electricity and energy support measures for citizens

The European Commission and European Central Bank chief Christine Lagarde urged EU governments to stop energy support measures to citizens. Speaking at the Hearing of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs of the European Parliament on Monday ECB chief Lagarde said: “As the energy crisis fades, governments should roll …

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Underground banker for drugs money arrested in Greece

Greek police and the Europol announced the arrest of a 52-year-old businessman man in Glyfada, suburb of south Athens. He is suspect for notorious money laundering for an international drug trafficking gang. A European arrest warrant was pending against the man who is of Albanian origin, has a Greek name …

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Bus Line X80 for Piraeus-Acropolis-Athens resumes services

Express bus line X80 “Piraeus-Acropolis-Athens” has been resumed summer service on the streets of Athens since June 3, 2023. The routes have resumed due to summer and with the aim of providing the best possible service to citizens and tourists. The X80 bus line will run routes connecting the PPA …

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