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Protesting students clash with riot police over “campus police”

Protesting students clashed with riot police at the campus of Athens University in Zografou suburb on Monday evening. Riot police was deployed in the area to protect the so-called “campus police” from protesting students. According to media reports and posts on social media, riot police attacked the students, firing tear …

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EU energy ministers to discuss gas price cap, emergency liquidity help

European Union countries’ energy ministers will discuss options to rein in soaring energy prices including gas price caps and emergency credit lines for energy market participants, a document seen by Reuters showed. EU ministers will meet on September 9 to discuss urgent bloc-wide measures to respond to a surge in …

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Greece FM sends letters to UN, NATO over absurd Turkish claims

Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will send letters to all members of the UN Security Council and to the UN Secretary General, as well as the secretary general of NATO, in the wake of the unprecedented statements made by Turkish officials’ in recent days. The statements made by the Turkish …

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Greece’s Foreign Ministry congratulates Liz Truss

The Greek Foreign Ministry congratulated newly elected British Prime Minister Liz Truss on Monday. “Congratulations to Liz Truss on becoming the next British PM. During her tenure as Foreign Secretary, our bilateral relations gained a renewed momentum by signing with Nikos Dendias the MoU on Strategic Bilateral Framework between Greece …

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Turkey claims alleged PKK terrorist was trained in Greece

Turkey claimed a suspected member of the banned Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), recently arrested in Istanbul, was trained in Greece. Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu claimed on a tweet on Monday that the arrestee was preparing a terrorist attack against the country after receiving training in Lavrio, in south-eastern Attica. Sevgili …

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Fraudster arrested in Thessaloniki on Austrian & Hungarian warrants

Police in Thessaloniki, northern Greece, have arrested a 26-year-old suspect for hacking and online scamming activities. The woman was wanted on two European arrest warrants issued by the Austrian and Hungarian authorities for allegations of fraud, forgery and money laundering between 2016 and 2021. Police are hunting for an unspecified …

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Greece Weather Warning: Rainfalls, thunderstorms, hail, gusty winds

Greece’s National Meteorological Service issued an emergency bulletin on Sunday warning of temporary weather deterioration with heavy rainfalls and thunderstorms. The temporary deterioration is forecast from Sunday evening until Monday afternoon. Locally heavy rainfalls and thunderstorms accompanied by high frequency of lightning, hail and gusty winds. Most affected will be …

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Minister urges Greeks to seek alternative heating ways (POLL)

Development Minister Adonis Georgiadis urged Greeks to seek alternative ways for heating, warning that the upcoming winter will be worse than the one in 1942, when the country suffered famine due to occupation by the German Nazis in WWII. Heating oil is currently 6 times cheaper than natural gas. the …

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