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Construction and over-tourism threaten three Aegean islands

Three Greek islands in the Aegean Sea, that is Sifnos, Serifos and Folegandros, are included in the short list of the 11 most endangered monuments and cultural heritage sites in Europe for 2024, the pan-European NGO Europa Nostra and the Institute of the European Investment Bank announced on Tuesday. The …

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One more person rescued, 3 bodies recovered after migrants boat sank in Aegean

One person was rescued short before Wednesday midnight almost 24 hours after a boat carrying migrants sank in the sea area off the island of Folegandros. The man from Egypt was 20 hours in the water before he was rescued and transferred to the hospital of neighboring Santorini. Meanwhile, the …

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Folegandros: Missing tourist from New Zealand found 55 nm off Crete

An incredible adventure for a 45-year-old tourist from New Zealand sailing the Greek islands with a catamaran yacht. The woman went missing from the island of Folegandros Friday noon and was found on board of a dinghy in the middle of the Aegean Sea, 55 nautical miles off the North …

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Folegandros cat survives severe abuse by school boys

Surprise development! The blind cat that was brutally kicked by school boys  in a hotel swimming poll on the island of Folegandros has reportedly survived the severe abuse. The animal has apparently passed out following the severe abuse and therefore it was considered to be dead. The injured cat is …

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