Thursday , November 26 2020


Greece Police detains 9 activists protesting Violence Against Women

Nine activists were detained in downtown Athens for raising banners on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The women stood at the stairs of Syntagma Square opposite the Parliament, wearing masks and keeping social distancing. they opened a banner reading: “They don’t silence us. The Quarantine …

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Greece coronavirus: 87 more deaths, 2152 new cases, 597 intubations

Greece’s health authorities announced on Wednesday 2152 new coronavirus cases and 87 deaths in the last 24 hours. The number of intubated Covid-19 patients has increased to 597, a new record. The total cases have reached 97,288 and death toll 1,902. Although testing has been slightly decreased in the last …

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Thousands of starlings in amazing choreography over Nafplio (video)

Thousands of starlings are currently seen along the coastal road between Napflio and Nea Kios in north-eastern Peloponnese. They fly at sunset,  accompanied by a loud crackling noise along with the sound of their wings. Forming a huge mass, the birds fly incredible maneuvers in the air, over an area …

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Greek oil tanker damaged by naval mine at Saudi Arabia terminal

A Greek crude oil tanker was hit by a sea mine in the Red Sea by Saudi Arabia, maritime security company Ambrey said on Wednesday afternoon. The mine has damaged the Maltese-flagged, Greek-managed MT AGRARI oil tanker off  the Saudi Arabians coast near the border with Yemen. The blast on …

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Greek gov’t is seeking dates for gradually lockdown lifting before Christmas

With the lockdown extension to be considered as certain, the Greek government is seeking ways to gradually open the market and avoid mistake of the past months. The nationwide lockdown was imposed on November 7 and initially until the 30th of the month. Basic criteria for the final decisions is …

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