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Tsitsipas storms back to sink Sinner and reach the Monte Carlo final

An inspired Stefanos Tsitsipas handed Jannik Sinner his second loss of the season on Saturday as the two-time champion reached the Monte Carlo Masters final 6-4, 3-6, 6-4. The Greek’s …

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Greece offers payment to tourists evacuated from wildfires

The Greek government on Thursday offered compensation to tourists evacuated from wildfires on the holiday island of Rhodes last year so they can stay there again. Tourists of any nationality …

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Greece reopens historic mosque for Eid celebration

Greece on Wednesday reopened an historic mosque in the northern city of Thessaloniki for the first time in over a century to allow prayers marking Eid al-Fitr, the celebration ending …

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Greece hails ‘historic’ EU asylum overhaul

The migration minister for Greece, one of the countries worst affected by arrivals of growing numbers of undocumented migrants, on Wednesday hailed a landmark overhaul of EU asylum and migration …

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At least three children dead after migrant boat capsizes off Greece

At least three girls were found dead Wednesday off the rocky northwestern coast of the Greek island of Chios after their migrant vessel capsized, coastguard officials said, with a search …

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Greece to launch new marine parks at global oceans meet

Greece, hosts of this year’s global conference on protecting oceans, will launch two new marine parks as part of multi-billion-euro pledges expected from 120 participating states and entities, organisers said …

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Spain axes ‘golden visa’ scheme to curb property speculation

Spain is to axe its so-called “golden visa” scheme under which foreign investors get residency for a 500,000-euro-investment in property, to curb the speculation blighting many Spanish cities, Prime Minister …

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Greek premier warns ‘stability’ at stake in EU vote

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Friday warned voters to avoid “experimenting” with protest parties in upcoming European Parliament elections, warning that the country’s “stability” was at stake. “We ask …

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Anger grows in Greece after femicide outside police station

Dozens of young protesters gathered Friday outside a Greek police station where a woman was murdered, marking the fifth femicide in Greece this year. Kyriaki Griva, 28, was fatally stabbed …

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Greek far-right MPs charged with electoral fraud

Greece’s Supreme Court on Thursday prosecuted 13 people including a jailed neo-Nazi and lawmakers of a new nationalist party for alleged voter fraud, a judicial source said. Supreme Court prosecutor …

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