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First liver transplant from living donor performed in Greece

The first liver transplant from a living donor was performed in Greece, the Health Ministry announced on Wednesday. The transplant, from father to daughter, was successfully carried out on Tuesday at Laiko Hospital in Athens. The operation that lasted several hours was carried out by Professor of Surgery specialized in …

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Gov’t prepares legislation to grant voting right to Greeks living abroad

The Greek government is determined to proceed with the legislation that will grant voting right to Greeks living abroad. The government hopes to make it possible for Greeks abroad to vote at the next parliamentary elections expected to take place in October 2019 – if nothing unexpected like snap elections …

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Gov’t takes first steps for Greek expats to vote in elections

Interior Minister Panos Skourletis submitted an amendment to the Greek Palriament on Friday calling for the establishment of a 12-member committee to explore the voting options for Greeks living abroad.  The committee will have to record and evaluate the situation regarding Greek voters living abroad as well as parameters (institutional, …

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Expats report about living in Greece: Story by Rebecca Hall

Can visiting or permanently living in Greece change your life? Do you feel at home here or have problems with the different way of Greek culture? What are the biggest challenges a foreigner has to deal with when on short or long term visit? KTG asked its readers to submit …

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Expats report about living in Greece: Story by Tony & Tess

Can visiting or permanently living in Greece change your life? Do you feel at home here or have problems with the different way of Greek culture? What are the biggest challenges a foreigner has to deal with when on short or long term visit? KTG asked its readers to submit …

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Αthens: crisis-hit jobless without home living in caves

Filopappoy hill lays opposite from Acropolis. A pice of wild nature in the middle of the city. With trees and bushes, and hidden paths and  several caves. Small holes inside the hill,  where Athens’ new poor have found shelter. Men and women who lost their job and home due to …

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