Monday , February 18 2019

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Car of missing people on Crete found with all four bodies inside

A tragic end for the four people who went missing in Messara, Crete after their car was swept away by rushing stream waters on Saturday night. Short before 12 o’ clock Monday, search teams spotted the car covered with water and mud near the bridge of Petrokefaliou. According to initial …

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Cooking and cleaning add to indoor air pollution, study finds

Finally, a very good reason to be lazy! Daily tasks like preparing a meal or even a simple toast or cleaning your home add to indoor pollution, a new study has found. Researchers from the University of Colorado, Boulder discovered that daily chores can leave indoor pollution levels on par …

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UNHCR: Greece made progress in the management of the refugee crisis

“Greece has made progress in the management of refugee crisis,” said Philippe Leclerc, representative of UNHCR in Greece stressing that “there has been progress in the living conditions of the refugees when compared with those existing five years ago. Addressing the Thessaloniki Regional Forum 2019 on Saturday evening, Leclerc said …

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Dionysis Arvanitakis, the baker of Kos: A gentle soul passed away

Dionysis Arvanitakis, the baker of Kos, a truly gentle soul, passed away at the age of 79. ealy Sunday morning. He was surrounded by his beloved family members. Arvanitakis gained worldwide publicity when at the peak of the refugee crisis he was donating loafs of bread and fyllo-pastries to the …

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