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Greek-French Architect Designs Multipurpose Life Jacket for Refugees and Migrants

Greek-French Architect Designs Multipurpose Life Jacket for Refugees and Migrants A young Greek-French architect has recently developed a new, innovative life jacket which could help refugees and migrants in many ways while they make their way over the Mediterranean to find a better life in Europe. The project, dubbed the ”Live Jacket,” received its inspiration from the millions of people who have reached the...
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Iconic Acropolis Museum Celebrates Ten Years Since its Opening

Iconic Acropolis Museum Celebrates Ten Years Since its Opening The new Acropolis Museum, which first opened its doors on June 20, 2009 is considered one of the greatest museums in the world. This is not only in terms of its exhibits, all from the nearby Acropolis, where western civilization was born, but also because of its location and brilliant architecture. Adjoining the iconic Acropolis Hill, known [...
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Severe Thunderstorms Hit Athens on Wednesday

Severe Thunderstorms Hit Athens on Wednesday Severe thunderstorms lashed the Greek capital on Wednesday and the Athens National Observatory weather service Meteo warns that they may also be accompanied by hail in the afternoon and evening. The main characteristic of the storms is intense electrical activity with a great many bolts of lightning and strong, gusty winds, Meteo said. The Athens...
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Greece Says EU Sanctions on Turkey “An Important Diplomatic Success”

Greece Says EU Sanctions on Turkey “An Important Diplomatic Success” Greece’s Foreign Minister Giorgos Katrougalos said on Wednesday that the EU’s new stance on Turkey and Cyprus represents an important success in the world of diplomacy. “The General Affairs Council’s decision to impose EU sanctions on Turkey is an important diplomatic success, a result of systematic effort and synergy with Cy...
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Turkish Cypriots Threaten to Resettle Abandoned Area in Famagusta

Turkish Cypriots Threaten to Resettle Abandoned Area in Famagusta The administration in the Turkish-occupied northern part of Cyprus decided on Tuesday to open Varosha, an abandoned southern quarter of the Cypriot city of Famagusta, for settlement, the Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah reported. “The Council of Ministers will evaluate the conditions for action in Varosha, which is legally a military zone in...
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