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Traffic restrictions in and around Marathon due to race Oct 16

The municipality of Marathon, North-East Attica, will impose traffic restrictions on Sunday, October 16, 2022, due to the “7th Half Marathon in Marathon Town 2022.” Restrictions will include street shutdowns, while traffic to the center of the city will use Fidippidou and Artemidos streets. More details on the traffic restrictions …

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One race athlete dead, one seriously injured when lightning strikes in N. Greece

One athlete was killed and another was seriously injured when a lightning struck participants of the Six Peaks Night Mountain Race on mountain Falakro in northern Greece in the early hours of Sunday. A third athlete survived with hypothermia, while the fourth athlete in the group, a woman, escaped the …

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Androulakis wins first round of KINAL leadership race, followed by Papandreou

European Parliament lawmaker Nikos Androulakis has won the first round of the race for the leadership of the center-left Movement for Change (KINAL/PASOK) party. Androulakis, 42, will face former Prime Minister Giorgos Papandreou, 69, in a runoff next Sunday, December 12. With over 90% of the votes counted, Androulakis was …

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Privatizations: Russian & US companies race for Greek TRAINOSE

The privatization of Greek Railways TRAINOSE is developing into a Russian-American race as companies from both countries have expressed interest on the sale of 100% of TRAINOSE . Hellenic Public Assets Development Fund, the Greek Privatization Fund (TAIPED) has set the deadline for bid submissions for December 3rd. A delegation …

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PM Tsipras, FinMin Varoufakis in consultations race with European counterparts

Telephone lines between Athens and several European capitals went on fire on Saturday with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis calling around to calm down lenders and EU-partners, win allies for the Greek positions and assure that Greece was not in collision course with its creditors. Both …

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