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School in northern Greece demands removal of Maradona graffiti

A graffiti portraying Maradona has created tension between local and school authorities in Thessaloniki, northern Greece, with the latter demanding its removal. The parents association and the principal of the 3rd elementary school in Kalamaria Municipality demand the removal of the graffiti claiming the lifestyle of the football legend cannot …

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99 deaths in 24 hours, 2018 new coronavirus cases, 608 intubations

Greece’s health authorities announced on Thursday 2018 new coronavirus cases and 99 deaths in the last 24 hours. The number of intubated Covid-19 patients has increased to 608. The total cases have reached 99,306 and death toll 2,001. 1,356 Covid-19 patients died in the month of November ( 1-26) alone. …

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Greece records 407 coronavirus cases and 4 more deaths in last 24 hours

Greece recorded 407 new coronavirus cases and 4 more Covid-19 related deaths in the past 24 hours, health authorities announced on Wednesday. The total cases have reached 20,947 and death toll increased to 424. 27 of the new cases on Monday were detected among tourists. Again, Attica and Athens top …

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Coronavirus Greece: 8 deaths, 303 new cases in past 24 hours

Eight Covid-19 patients died in the last 24 hours in Greece raising the death toll to 417 and the number of coronavirus-related deaths in the first 5 days of October to 26. Health authorities announced 303 new coronavirus cases on Monday and this despite an extraordinary low number of tests. …

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Greece can’t get crowding in public transport means under control despite the pandemic

The Greek government efforts to find solutions to the crowding of commuters in public transport means in Athens has so far turned into a fiasco. The Transportation Ministry has been delaying measures to strengthen the bus network in the Greek capital of 4 million inhabitants, the daily coronavirus cases are …

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Greece records 411 new coronavirus cases, 272 of them in Athens/Attica

Greece recorded 411 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, even though again there were fewer tests. Attica and Athens registered a new record with 272 new cases. The total cases have reached 18,886 and death toll increased to 393 after two more Covid-19 patients died. 33 of the …

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Greece’s Civil Protection tightens restrictions in Zakynthos, Lesvos, Imathia

Greece’s Civil Protection announced on Friday a series of extraordinary restrictions including the mandatory use of mask in- and outdoors on the islands of Zakynthos and Lesvos. At the same time, it places the regional unit of Imathia, western Macedonia to regime of increased surveillance. The strict restrictions aim to …

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Lockdown easing: Greeks return to “new normalcy” with masks and gloves

After 43 days of lockdown, Greeks returned to normalcy at 6 o’ clock Monday morning without having to hold a movement permit to leave their homes. However, the lockdown easing has new rules and that is the mandatory use of mask in several occasions. And this is Greeks’ new normalcy. …

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Russian Church warns Archbishop Ieronymos over recognition of Ukraine autocephaly

The Holy Synod of the Moscow Patriarchate has warned that it will break communion with the hierarchs of the Greek Church, including Archbishop Ieronymos,  if it proceeds with the recognition of the Ukranian Church autocephaly. Spokesman Vladimir Legoyda later clarified that the Russian Church will maintain relations with individual Greek …

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The Hellinikon Resort: Unripen Innovation & Economy Marvel

Supranational institutions such as the IMF and European Central Bank push forward the Hellenic Republic to follow through economic reforms and ensure international creditors that repayment of the national debt — the outcome of the financial crisis of 2007-08 reaching 181.1% of GDP in 2018 — is perpetually substantiated by incoming …

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Archbishop Elpidoforos: Who is the new Archbishop of America

A spiritual leader with vision and ethos, the Meetropolit of Proussis (Bursa)  Elpidoforos was unanimously elected the new Archbishop of America by the Holy Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Istanbul on Saturday. The 52-year-old Elpidoforos is considered as one of the people Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew trusts most. He has …

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40-day-old baby injured after priest stumbles and falls during blessing

A 40-day-old baby got injured when the priest blessing it in the church stumbled and fell. The baby suffered a broken leg and head injuries The incident occurred in the Church of Koimmissi Theotokou in Nikiti, Halkidiki, in Northern Greece. The parents had taken the baby for the special blessing …

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