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Turkish F-16s harass helicopter carrying PM Tsipras to Agathonisi

Turkish fighter jets harassed the helicopter carrying Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to the remote island of Agathonisi in north Dodecanese. The jets forced the helicopter of the Greek Air Force to fly at low attitude until they were intercepted by Greek F-16s. Tsipras was visiting the small island in the …

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25. March 2019 – Military Parade in Athens – Live Stream

The big military parade on 25. March that marks the Greek Revolution against the Ottoman Empire in 1821 traditionally starts at 11 o’ clock in the morning. The parade starts with the heroes wounded in wars of modern Greek history, i.e. WWII, Cyprus. They are followed by rescue groups of …

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“Greece is the best European Stock Market in 2019,” says Forbes

“Greece’s stock market is leading a rebound in European stocks so far in 2019,” Forbes writes in an article citing macroeconomic indicators. For years, Greek equities were on a losing streak. They mirrored the Greek economy which , under the pressure of a mounting debt burden, was floundering in the …

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Supermoon triggers extreme low tide in Nafplio (pictures)

The super full moon last week literally ‘swallowed’ the sea at the shores of the town of Nafplio in north-east Peloponnese. The low tide was so strong that locals and visitors saw the sea disappearing in front of their feet. Tides are caused by the gravity of both the moon …

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