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Thousands Greeks protest rising prices (vds, picts)

Teargas, sound flares and molotov cocktail bombs dissolved the big protest rally organized by public and private sector unions against the rising prices and the cost of living. The protest rally marked the general strike on November 9 organized by unions of the public and private sector. Outside the Greek …

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Bogus “miracles”: Archbishop gives fraudulent priest a deadline

Bogus “miracles” Archbishop of Athens Ieronymos gave a deadline of five days to the fraudulent priest of Agioi Isodoroi and a community of some people to abandon the chapel on Lycabettus Hill in downtown Athens and to move to a monastery. The head of the Greek Church is furious about …

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Greek utility DEPA clinches winter LNG deal with TotalEnergies

Greece’s biggest gas utility, DEPA Commercial, has clinched a deal with TotalEnergies for the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) over the winter months if needed, the Greek energy ministry said on Thursday. The deal stipulates that TotalEnergies will supply Greece with two LNG cargoes a month for five months …

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Mitsotakis: History has taught that whoever violates the borders is finally punished

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Thursday sent Turkey a strong message highlighting Greece’s determination from the Skaramangas shipyards, where he attended the naming ceremony of the newly built Rapid Guided Missile Patrol Vessel “VLAHAKOS”. Addressing Turkey without naming it, the prime minister pointed out that “history has taught that whoever …

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Greece rejects Turkish demarche over armored vehicles on islands

Greece has ejected a Turkish demarche earlier on Monday alleging that it was violating international law through the presence of armored military vehicles at border islands, Greek diplomatic sources said. The demarche was presented to Greece’s Ambassador in Ankara Christodoulos Lazaris on Monday, on the premise that the presence of …

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Boris Johnson goes shopping in Greek supermarket (video)

Boris Johnson and his wife are on holiday in Greece and they were seen and filmed at a supermarket in Nea Makri, a seaside resort village in eastern Attica. The outgoing Prime Minister of Great Britain was recognized by several customers of a well-known chain on Saturday, who immediately grabbed …

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Greece extradites “Mr Bitcoin”, Russian Alexander Vinnik to USA

Russian money launderer, known as “Mr. Bitcoin”, Alexander Vinnik, was put on an airplane to the United States on Thursday after being extradited by Greece. He was arrested on an US warrant in Halkidiki while on holiday with his family in 2017. Vinnik had sought asylum in the country but …

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Historic Balikli nursing home & hospital for Greeks in Istanbul on fire (vids)

Fragile elderly and vulnerable patients were evacuated partly being carried on the arms of personnel when the fire at the historic Balikli nursing home for Greeks and general hospital broke out in Istanbul early afternoon on Thursday. All 104 patients have been successfully evacuated amid thick smoke, nobody was injured. …

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Valia Calda National Forest in N. Greece is burning for 12th consecutive day

The wildfire in the national forest of Valia Calda on the mountain of Pindos Northern Greece, continues to burn for 12th consecutive day. Valia Calda, a unique wildlife refuge, is home of over 80 bird species several of them protected. Eagles, hawks, falcons, otters, roe deer, wildcats, bears and more …

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12 Attica beaches unsuitable for swimming, says Greek Health Ministry

According to the Greek Health Ministry, there are 12 beaches in Athens, Piraeus and Attica unsuitable for swimming and where bathing is prohibited. The Health Ministry published on Thursday, July 28, 2022, the areas of Attica where bathing in the sea is not allowed According to the relevant decision, this …

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Man beats his bed-ridden mother to death: 3rd case of matricide in July

A 59-year-old man in northern Greece brutally beat his 84-year-old bed-ridden mother to death on Tuesday. The body was discovered by the second son of the woman who informed the police. The perpetrator had chronic issues with alcoholism and aggressive behavior and he was treated in a psychiatric clinic in …

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