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Shipowner Alexandros Agoudimos arrested for debts to the state

Greek police arrested well-known shipowner Alexandros Agoudimos on Thursday night for debts to the state, media report. The ship-owner was driving on an avenue in Piraeus, when members of the motorcycled DIAS teams stopped him for what it seemed a routine control. Policemen found out that he was convicted for …

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Mini government reshuffle with new Foreign and Migration Ministers

Government spokesman Dimitris Tsanakopoulos announced the mini government reshuffle Friday noon. The reshuffle was expected after SYRIZA managed to pass its proposal for the Constitutional revision. New ministers in important posts: Foreign Ministry: Giorgos Katrougalos – he replaces PM Alexis Tsipras who took over the office after Kotzias’ resignation last …

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Katerine Duska to represent Greece in Eurovision 2019

Greek-Canadian singer Katerine Duska will represent Greece at the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. Broadcaster ERT confirmed her participation. The song with which she participates in the contest is yet to be announced. The Hellenic Broadcaster unanimously decided in favor of the Greek-Canadian singer and songwriter. As members …

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Greece to create no-flight zones for drones around its airports

Chinese drone maker creates no-fly zones around airports in 32 European countries, also in Greece. The Chinese drone company DJI will roll out a new system to protect airports from drones this month. The upgraded security system will be applied to 32 countries in Europe. It comes after drones disrupted …

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Turkish citizens fleeing Erdogan find safe stopover in Greece

Thousands of Turkish citizens have fled to Greece after the failed coup in summer 2016, seeking a safe stopover before they move further, to other European countries. Turks in exile although majority of them entered illegally to Greece are clear to distinguished from the countless migrants from Syria and Afghanistan …

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