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One Metro station closed, traffic regulations in downtown Athens, Dec 6

Metro station <Panepistimio> in downtown Athens will remain closed from 9:00 a.m. and until further notice on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, by order of the police, due to the events on the anniversary of the assassination of teenager Alexandros Grigoropoulos in 2008. Metro trains will pass through the station without …

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Tank truck overturns on Athens-Thessaloniki highway; traffic stopped

A tank truck transporting flammable material overturned in Gyrtoni by Larissa, Central Greece, on Wednesday. The heavy traffic accident forced authorities to close both directions of the Athens-Thessaloniki national highway in the area due to possible explosion risk. The accident took place at the 367. km Athens-Thessaloniki highway at the …

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Greece releases new regulations for online gambling

Greece has been having a state monopoly on gambling for decades but now this is going to change. Several months ago, Greek authorities announced that they were working on new regulations for casino licenses and they have been eagerly anticipated ever since. Now details of these regulations have been released …

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Traffic regulations on Poseidonos Ave due to construction Aug 26-Oct 9

Traffic regulations will be in force at a large part of Poseidonos Avenue along the Athens Riviera due to the construction of a pedestrian bridge. The traffic regulations start today, Sunday August 26th, and are scheduled to last until October 9th 2018. Traffic regulations be in force on 24 hour …

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UPD Hundreds stranded on Athens-Lamia Highway due to snow

Professional truck drivers and private motorists, families with children on their way to Christmas holidays, stranded for several hours on Athens-Lamia Highway due to the snow fall. Media report of a 14-km long queues from the 118th to the 132th km on the lanes to Lamia, at the height of …

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Greek Police arrests two men for illegal harvesting of herbs on the mountains

Greek police say they have arrested two Albanian men in a border region for allegedly illegally harvesting herbs growing wild on the mountainside. A police statement Tuesday said the men aged 20 and 22 had gathered 16 kilos of ironwort, (Sideritis or mountain tea), a herb used for a traditional …

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