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Greece’s measures against soccer fans violence; UEFA: “Violence is the cancer of football”

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced that the associations of organized soccer clubs fans  will close and only one official association will remain open for each team and operate at each football club’s headquarters. The Greek PM made this announcement after a broad meeting  with the participation of UEFA President Aleksander …

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Thessaloniki: One young man bled to death, two injured in knife attack

A 19-year-old man was stabbed and killed and two others were injured in an attack by five individuals in the early morning hours of Tuesday in Thessaloniki. Police attributes the assault to rival soccer fan clubs, media report. A 19-year-old victim was stabbed in the inner upper thigh and he …

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Greece’s entrepreneurs turn their back to “Covid-free” dine and entertainment

Only a few owners of restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs plan to use the model of Covid-free and turn their facilities into venues for vaccinated customers only.  The majority of restaurants and coffee bars owners say that they will open the indoor spaces of their facilities for “mixed” customers, that …

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Stricter measures in Greece due to resurgence, incl “negative test” for…

The Greek government announced on Friday stricter emergency measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus after the recent surge of Covid-19 cases. Standing customers in bars are banned and so are religious processions. For travelers from Malta a negative Covid-19 test will necessary. Following suggestions by the Committee of …

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Athens: Police Beats School Students (videos)

Tension prevailed during the protest of secondary school students in downtown Athens on Monday morning and riot police could not resist from beating the teenager school children with clubs.  The tension started when the police got the order to ‘clean’ the main streets in front of the Greek Parliament. The …

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