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Oldest footprints of pre-humans identified in Crete; dated over 6 million years

Footprints of pre-humans in fossilised beach sediments at Trachilos on the Greek island of Crete have now been dated by to 6.05 million years ago, the oldest known footprints of pre-humans. The oldest known footprints of pre-humans were found on the Mediterranean island of Crete and are at least six …

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Local high school teacher arrested for fossil footprints theft in Crete

A local high school teacher has been arrested for the theft of fossil footprints in Kasteli, Chania, on the island of Crete. A part of the stolen human-like footprints were found in the home of the 55-year-old who is a resident of Kissamos. Security cameras had recorded the thief when …

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Mama bear most likely buried her killed cubs, says Artcuros

Two bear cubs have been found dead and buried in a farm plot in the lakeside area between Polykarpis and Fotini, by Kastoria, northern Greece. The cubs were killed by a car. But who buried them? Most likely it was the mama bear, say members of emergency response team of …

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Cyprus police probes Army officer as serial killer of Philippine women

Cypriot authorities halted research in the lake of Xyliatos later Monday afternoon due to security reasons. The search for a missing child is to continue, while police suspects that there are more bodies to be found. A 35-year-old career officer with the Cypriot army is in custody on suspicion of …

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Ancient Greek child leaves footprint on clay brick, from Olympia to eternity

An Ancient Greek child left its footprint to eternity. Archaeologists in the excavation site in Ancient Olympia discovered the footprint of a child estimated to have been 6 years old when it stepped on a brick of clay still that was still fresh. Archaeologists of the Institute of Hellenic Antiquities …

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Cyber Crime Police hunts animal abusers on internet

The presence of many internet sites showing pictures and videos with animal torture is a cause of concern for the Greek police, numerous animal lovers and welfare societies. According to daily TO VIMA, more than 2,500 complaining electronic messages (e-mails) reach  the officers at the Department of Electronic Crime of the Greek …

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