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“Juvenile delinquency has reached alarming levels,” says Greece’s police

“It’s a matter of luck that we are not mourning for a child,” secretary general of special guards of Greek Police, Stratos Mavroidakos, stressed on Tuesday, when he spoke of juvenile delinquency that has reached in Greece “alarming levels” as he said. Victims of juvenile delinquents are mostly children of …

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COVID-MAP Greece: More regions in “higher risk level”. New measures?

More regions across Greece were placed at higher “risk level” on the Covid-Map that was updated on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, as the coronavirus infections have started to surge again. Two regions turned “red” highest level and five turned “orange”, while an increased epidemiological burden has been confirmed on the …

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Health experts warn: 9 people at holiday table can be a super-spread event

Health experts in Greece warn that family gatherings up to nine people on Christmas and New Year will most likely turn into a superspread coronavirus event. They call on people to either remain within the family or wear masks. At the same time they call on the government to review …

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Virtual Athens Marathon 2020: Participants from 57 countries

Thousands of runners from all over the world gave a dynamic presence in the Virtual Athens Marathon 2020, sending a message of victory over all adversity due to the pandemic. The event, which took place in a virtual form, gathered a total of 6,700 participants from around the world. Among …

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Cyber attack on Cosmote steals data from million of phone calls

A mayor data breach of Greece’s biggest telecommunications network company Cosmote took place last month. Millions of telephone calls were intercepted and data of millions of Greeks, including phone calls of the Prime Minister and government officials,  were stolen newspaper To Vima disclosed. According to newspaper information, the huge information …

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Death toll rises to 140 after a COVID-19 patient dies in northern Greece

Death toll increased to 140 after a COVID-19 patient died in northern Greece on Thursday morning. The 74-year-old woman was in intensive care unit of the University Hospital of Alexandroupolis. she reportedly had underlying health issues. Among the coronavirus-related dead were 103 men and 37 women. The average age of …

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Greece attracts interest for flights booking amid pandemic

Greece and Switzerland seem to be monopolizing the interest of those searching for flights, according to new research on sojern travel marketing website. This, although expected, should not lead to complacency, as the reduction in demand for flights is noticeable, despite the start of the gradual lifting of restrictions in …

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Coronavirus Greece: Oldest patient is 101 years old, says epidemiology report

Greece’s National Health Organization EODY published a report about the course of the coronavirus in the country, geographical and demographic data. The oldest patient infected with COVID-19 is 101 years old and is currently hospitalized, the report noted. The infectious evolution of the corona SARS-COV-2 in Greece  as well as …

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Coronavirus cases reach 743, deaths 20. Mother of 3 tested after death

Greece’s health authorities announced 48 new confirmed cases of coronavirus with the total number of infections across the country to reach 743. Death toll reached 20, with two people to have died in a hospital in Athens on Tuesday and one 41-year-old woman to have been tested positive after death. …

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Turkey may have stolen data for gas drilling in Block 8 off Cyprus

Turkey may have stolen technical data that enabled it to send drill ship Yavuz at a specific location south of Cyprus that energy companies Eni and Total had pre-selected to carry out their own exploratory drilling, Cypriot officials said Wednesday. The Cyprus government essentially confirmed a media report suggesting Turkey …

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Domestic Violence in Greece increased by 34.35% in 2014-2018

Incidents of domestic violence increased in Greece during that last couple of years. According to data released by Greek Police, registered incidents of domestic violence increased by 34.45% in the period 2014-2018. The incidents refer to beating and rape, withe majority of victims to be women. are the most common …

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Number of unaccompanied refugee minors in Greece rises to 4,800

They are the most vulnerable group among the refugees: unaccompanied minors in Greece. 4,800 children, aged 2 -17. A real challenge for those in and outside Greece dealing with their protection. 30 percent of them are orphans. Seven out of ten have families in Europe and need to be reunited. …

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UNHCR: 48,510 refugees & migrants arrived in Greece Jan-Oct 2019

The largest number of refugees and migrants reaching Europe came via routes crossing from Turkey to Greece, mostly by sea, according to a UNHCR’s report for 2019. As of 30 September, some 80,800 refugees and migrants had arrived via the three Mediterranean routes to Europe, a 21% decrease compared to …

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Migration: Greece announces measures for unaccompanied minors

Greece has announced a series of measures for unaccompanied minors currently in the islands hot spots in the Aegean Sea. Main target is to improve the living conditions of unaccompanied minors in Greece, Deputy Labor and Social Affairs Minister, Domna Michailidou, said in a statement issued on Tuesday. She stressed …

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Greece calls on EU to step up and deal with Migration as arrivals increases

Refugees and migrants flows to the islands of the eastern Aegean Sea continues without break and 694 people arrived on the islands of Lesvos, Chios and Samos between early morning Monday and Tuesday afternoon. According to latest data, 26,000 refugees and migrants are currently hosted on the eastern Aegean islands. …

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149 people drowned in Greece Jan 1- July 24, 2019

A total of 149 people drowned in Greece between January 1 and July 24, according to data released by the Greek Coast Guard. The data were released on Saturday in the wake of warnings by health experts for people to show greater caution when swimming amid reports of 413 deaths …

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10 million Greek voters, 39K polling stations for European, regional and local elections

Polling stations for European, regional and local elections opened at 7 o’ clock Sunday for the 9,922,294 registered voters. 528,000 Greeks will vote for the first time. Among them are , 106,760 17-year-olds who will vote following a recent law amendment that lowered the voting age. 39,063 polling stations have …

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