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Faliron Necropolis findings exhibited at Archaeological Museum of Piraeus

“Faliron: Between Two Worlds”, an exhibition showcases some of the most important findings from the salvage excavation the Faliron Necropolis, in the Delta of Faliron Bay, south of Athens, was inaugurated at the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus the weekend. The salvage excavation on the site where the Stavros Niarchos Foundation …

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Turkey admits spying Greek islands with unmanned UVAs (pictures)

Turkey has officially admitted that it deploys Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) in illegal overflights missions of Greek territory aiming to spy on islands thus violating Greek airspace on daily basis. Ankara’s state-run news agency anadolu published a report accompanied by pictures with the title “Drones capture images of armed vehicles …

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Mitsotakis at UNGA highlights Greece’s red lines, denounces Turkey’s escalating rhetoric

Addressing the 77th United Nations General Assembly, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis focused on Turkey’s escalating rhetoric, the European Union’s response to authoritarianism and the threat of climate change. Mitsotakis described Turkey’s aggressive rhetoric as one that was “combined with a massive disinformation campaign, and multiple violations of Greece’s sovereignty …

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Body of missing German mountain climber found on Crete

The body of a missing German mountain climber was recovered from the Vorizia gorge on the island of Crete on Thursday, The 53-year-old man pn vacations on Crete went missing on September 2 Firefighters and police were alerted on Thursday after a body, believed to be that of the missing …

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Crucial port of Alexandroupolis to fall under American control

The port of Alexandroupolis in north-eastern Greece has grown in strategic importance as Washington strengthens military ties with the country. This has been to the detriment of America’s longtime ally, Turkey, as the authoritarian President Erdogan is increasingly distrusted by Western leaders. At the same time, the privatization of the …

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