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Greece’s National Health Org. publishes coronavirus advice in English

Greece’s National Public Health Organization EODY has issued advices and information on coronavirus and COVID-19 in English. Based on the available scientific data relating to the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection, systematic implementation of all measures for prevention of the new coronavirus transmission and spread is considered of outmost importance. Please …

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Coronavirus: PM Mitsotakis urges Greeks to refrain from Church going

“As a prime minister I am obligated to listen to specialists and scientists,” Kyriakos Mitsotakis said and urged faithful Greeks to refrain from church going to prevent spread of coronavirus. In his televised address to the nation on Wednesday, short after the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus “a pandemic, …

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15 people die of flu in a week, increase Greece’s death toll to 53

Fifteen more people died of flu complications within a week in Greece raising the number of death toll to 53, the National Public Health Organization (EODDY) said in its weekly bulletin on Thursday. During the same week, February 6-13, 2020, 87 serious cases of influenza have been recorded, the infected …

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“Of Humans and Mice”: Dramatic situation in the hotspot of Chios

A health bomb is about to explode on the island of Chios where 6,700 refugees and migrants live in despicable living conditions in a reception and accommodation center with capacity for just one thousand people. Humans and mice live close next to each other with garbage piling up next to …

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ECB’s Lagarde delivers a laudatory speech to honor Dr Schaeuble

Laudatory speech by Christine Lagarde, President of the ECB, for Dr Wolfgang Schäuble at the VdZ Publishers’ Night, Berlin, 4 November 2019. The English philosopher John Stuart Mill once observed that “a great statesman is he who knows when to depart from traditions, as well as when to adhere to …

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Greece’s Asylum bill: Drastic changes to facilitate “fast track” deportations

The new Asylum bill is heading to the Greek Parliament by the conservative New Democracy government despite objections by human rights organizations. The bill introduces a series of measures and drastic changes aiming to restrict access to asylum, reduce asylum procedure times or terminate stages of procedures and proceed with …

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Family Rottweiler bites 2-month-old baby girl to death

A Rottweiler has reportedly bitten to death a 2-month-old baby in Glyka Nera village of Attica on Thursday morning. The dog belonged to the family that has also three more underage children. The circumstances under which the dog killed the baby are not known, so far. The tragedy occurred short …

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Rock musician Lavrentis Machairitsas passes away at 63 (videos)

His songs marked a whole generation of Greeks. Rock musician, song-writer and composer Lavrentis Machairitsas passed away at the age of 63 on Monday morning, following a heart attack. His voice and songs marked an entire generation of Greeks, he left his stamp on the Greek music scene with songs …

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Musician and stand-up comedian Tzimis Panousis dies at the age of 63

Greek musician and stand-up comedian Tzimis Panousis passed away at the age of 63 on Saturday afternoon. According to media information, he suffered a heart attack and was transferred to a hospital in downtown Athens. Doctors tried to revive him with his body did not respond. Last month, he has …

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A message in a bottle from Rhodes reaches Gaza in six weeks

Amazing story. A young British couple on holiday in Rhodes writes a message in a bottle and toss it into the sea on July 4th. The bottle travels 500 miles across the eastern Mediterranean Sea and reaches Gaza six weeks later. A local fisherman finds the message in the bottle …

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Publisher Journalist Vaxevanis arrested for slander following lawsuit by BoG governor’s wife

Greek publisher and journalists Kostas Vaxevanis was briefly detained after  the wife of Greece’s central banker Yannis Sournaras filed a lawsuit against him for slander. A day earlier, Vaxevanis newspaper had alleged that Stournaras’ wife was using her husbands’ influence to acquire state contracts for the public relations company. A …

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