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Arrival numbers taxing island migrant centers

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Concerns have surged anew about conditions at overcrowded reception centers for migrants and refugees on the Aegean islands as hundreds of new arrivals are reaching Greek shores from Turkey every week. 

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Nelson Mandela and the gift of caring

The centennial of Nelson Mandela’s birthday finds his country free, independent and democratic but still struggling to reach his goal of social justice. 

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Council of State rejects appeal to cancel FYROM name deal

Greece’s highest administrative court on Tuesday rejected an appeal by a group of local and overseas Macedonian associations calling for the annullment of a deal signed last month between Athens and Skopje on the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia’s (FYROM) name.

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‘Macedonia’ corporate names require protection

CHRYSSA LIAGGOU

There are some 4,000 enterprises that have the term “Macedonia” in their name or their products which will now have to protect it in international markets to avoid running into problems with the agreement to settle the name dispute with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, according to the head of the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece (SBBE), Athanasios Savvakis.

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Myconos as it Once Was | Myconos | To July 31

The Municipal Art Gallery of Myconos is hosting the group exhibition “Myconos Through the Gaze of Artists: From the Interwar Years to 1960” at two venues in the island capital until July 31.