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Greece adds six more Rafale jets to its €2.5billion order with France

Greece has increased the size of its order from French manufacturer Dassault to buy six more of its Rafale jets , the French Armed Forces minister, Florence Parly, announced on …

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‘You are Greece’s new protagonists’: Mitsotakis addresses youth at TIF 2021

Speaking at the 85th Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) on Saturday, Kyriakos Mitsotakis delivered the customary keynote address on the government’s economic policy. The Greek PM announced a revised growth target …

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The climate crisis is a reality, Mitsotakis said explaining the need for the new ministry

  Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis wished good luck to the newly appointed Climate Crisis and Civil Protection Minister Christos Stylianidis and Deputy Minister Evangelos Tournas on Friday at their first …

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Greece confirms 2,132 new covid infections on Friday, 32 deaths; 378 in ICUs, 89.42% not fully vaccinated

Greece confirmed 2,132 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, with 18 of these identified at entry points to the country, the National Public Health Organization (EODY) said on …

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Australian  company  to buy 49% in HEDNO for 3.7 billion dollars, in biggest privatization in Greek history

Spear WTE Investments Sarl, a member of Australia’s Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets Group (MIRA), on Friday was declared the highest bidder in a tender to buy 49% of Hellenic …

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ECHR refuses to halt mandatory jabs for healthcare staff in Greece, while fake vaccines increase

The European Court of Human Rights on Thursday declined a petition to order a temporary halt of mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 for healthcare personnel in Greece. A court announcement said …

Greeks beat high-flying Sweden and dare to hope for World Cup place

Greece pulled one out of the hat when they defeated the as-yet unbeaten Swedish team 2-1 in Athens and revive hopes of qualifying for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar …

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Greek-Australians are still jumping through hoops to return to Australia

Few are those who, in the last year and a half of the travel ban, have managed to leave Australia after jumping through countless hoops. Neos Kosmos has written about …

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Yiannina’s castle denizen was a legend in his own time

“If you are not careful, you will grow up like Naka over there,” my grandmother said as we walked in the cold, sodden and dark winter night in Yiannina. As …

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Greek island’s Italian lover plays key role in protecting its natural assets

Elafonisos is reputed to have two of the best beaches in Greece and tourists have come in their droves to the island to spend the day soaking up the sun …

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