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Athens Street Food Festival May 2019 kicks off in downtown Athens

From Cuba and Mexico to China and India, from Jamaica and Hawaii to Greece and Brazil, Athens Street Food Festival presents a great variety of cuisines from the entire planet, including many surprises and unexpected ideas! Mouthwatering dishes, from savory to artistic gelato… Participants list Athens Street Food Festival opens …

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Greece slams Turkey’s “unacceptable and unfounded claims”

Greece’s Foreign Ministry issued a strong statement in response to Turkish claims that Athens “abuses the NATO mission” and that the islands in the Aegean Sea should be demilitarized. Greece speaks of “unacceptable and unfounded claims” that undermine the stability in the area and the cohesion of the NATO. Greek …

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New Democracy and leader Mitsotakis support a 7-day working week?

“If a company, with the agreement of the employees, changes the 5-day work into a 7-day business contract and more earnings and labor rights, that shows that we are in a changing environment. State, enterprises and workers have to adapt to these conditions.” leader of main opposition party New Democracy …

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Stefanos Tsitsipas beats Rafael Nadal in Madrid Open semi-finals

Epic achievement. Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas beat world number two and five-time champion Rafael Nadal in his home country Spain in the semifinals of the Mutual Madrid Open. The 20-year-old Greek won with sets 6-4, 2-6, 6-3. The Greek tennis star had previously lost three times to the “King …

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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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Unemployment in Greece falls to 18.5%, the lowest since July 2011

Greece’s unemployment rate fell to 18.5 percent in February from an upwardly revised 18.6 percent in the previous month, data from the country’s statistics service ELSTAT showed on Thursday. February’s unemployment rate was the lowest reading since July 2011, which means that for 8 consecutive years unemployment was more than …

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