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5 Canadians presumed dead from chopper crash in Ionian Sea

A Cyclone helicopter was deployed on board the Halifax-class frigate HMCS Fredericton and was participating in a NATO training exercise off the coast of Greece when the ship lost contact …

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Diplomats unite again in solidarity to recite Greek works

The General Secretariat for Public Diplomacy which falls under Greece’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released the second and final part of the video “Staying at Home, Travelling through Literature: …

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Economic prospects after ‘once-in-a-century’ coronavirus crisis are gloomy – but it’s not all doom

COVID-19 may pose a threat to the physical health of humans but its threat to our economic lives may be just as devastating. The economic prognosis for Australia after the …

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Tom and Rita offer to give blood in battle to discover Covid-19 vaccine

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson who recently recovered from their bout with Covid-19 while they were in Australia last month, have announced that they will be donating their blood to …

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Car designer pays computer homage to Sir Stirling Moss

When Sir Stirling Moss died in his London home on 12 April, the world poured out the tributes. Automotive designer Costas Phouphoullides found his own way to mark the passing …

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An Easter to remember for the little that we were allowed to do

This has been an Easter unlike any other. At a time when Greeks the world over would normally congregate in big numbers in their churches, they were, this year, forced …

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There are still 11,000 Australians trying to return home

The Federal Government continues to work with domestic and foreign airlines to bring home Australians stranded in various parts of the world due to the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier this week …

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Global coronavirus death toll claims 160,000 souls

According to date provided by Johns Hopkins University the global coronavirus cases are more than 2.3 million with deaths nearing 160,000. Most hard-hit, the U.S. with over 726,600 cases and …

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Australia “in good place” compared to global coronavirus picture but authorities warn against complacency

Australia has recorded “continual reduction in the number of new cases each day,” said the Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy on Easter Sunday but was quick to add that there …

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Niarchos foundation offers $100 million to combat effects of Covid-19

The Stravros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) announced on Tuesday, 7 April, that it was making available $100 million to combat the immediate and long term impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The …