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Summer storms and temperature drop in the coming days

Temperatures are forecast to decrease as of Tuesday, July 23, and for a few days, before they rise again. At the same time, summer storms are underway in many parts of Greece. According to director of National Meteorology Service EMY, Thodoris Kolydas, locally heavy rainstorms are forecast for central and …

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Prominent lawyer who brutally beats wife, set free; authorities investigate

Α well-known and successful criminal lawyer has been arrested for the brutal beating of his wife, also a lawyer and counselor for domestic violence. 52-ear-old Apostolos Lytras appeared before a prosecutor on Monday to answer charges of severe intentional bodily harm of his 37-year-old wife, Sofia Polyzogopoulou. With swollen face, …

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Greece takes measures to protect citizens during the heatwave

Αuthorities in Greece have taken a series of measures on Tuesday to protect members of the public from the effects of a heatwave that is expected to push temperatures in Athens and other parts of the country above 40 degrees Celsius until the end of the week. The heatwave forecast …

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+++ Autopsy on Mosley’s body rules out criminal act

A coroner on the island of Rhodes has reportedly completed the autopsy on the body of British doctor and BBC presenter Michael Mosley on Monday. Citing sources, media report that no injuries consistent with a possible criminal act have been found. There are no hits or other injuries and indications …

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Acropolis Museum offers free Admission on May 18

The Acropolis Museum in Athens will mark the International Museum Day on Saturday, May 18, 2024, with free admission for all visitors. Free admission for all visitors is scheduled between 9:00 in the morning and 20:00 in the evening, while the museum’s restaurant will remain open until midnight. According to …

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High school student electrocuted in school yard

Student electrocuted at school – Touched bare wire Fortunately for him the contact with the cable was lightning fast A high school student in Patras, western Greece, was electrocuted  after he came in contact with a bare power cable in the school yard. According to the “Gnomi” newspaper, everything happened …

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