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Health authorities on alert over MERS virus
A Greek man who has been in the intensive-care unit of Athensís Sotiria hospital since he tested positive for the potentially fatal MERS virus was in a critical but stable condition on Tuesday night, doctors said.
 INSIDE NEWS
Woman dies after falling off state building roof
Police in the district of Peristeri, in western Athens, were investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a woman who ...
Tunisian sought over employment scam
Police in Thessaloniki were seeking on Wednesday a Tunisian national over an alleged employment scam. The 59-year-old suspect is b...
FBI seeks to identify victims of suspected US child molester who worked abroad, including Greece
U.S. authorities have asked the public to help identify as many as 90 possible victims of a suspected child predator who worked at...
Tunnel boring for Thessaloniki metro to resume after two years of inactivity
The two tunnel boring machines that are being used to construct the Thessaloniki metro are to start work again after almost two ye...
Greek leftists opt for Ďmore suitableí Euro Parliament candidate
SYRIZA confirmed on Tuesday, following some two weeks of deliberations, that Thrace-based Roma activist Sabiha Suleiman will not s...
American woman hurt by firework still critical
A 51-year-old American woman who suffered serious stomach injuries during Easter celebrations on Saturday night when a large firec...
Health ities on alert over MERS virus
A 69-year-old Greek man who has been in the intensive-care unit of Athensís Sotiria hospital since he tested positive for the pote...
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NEWS
Death at Athens airport blamed on stress
 
Workers at Athens International Airport on Tuesday blamed tough working conditions for the death of a 52-year-old colleague hit by a bus carrying passengers from the departures terminal to a plane bound for Myconos.
NEWS
New phone lines for appointments at polyclinics
 
Citizens can book appointments at polyclinics forming part of the streamlined Primary National Healthcare Network (PEDY) from Wednesday as a new telephone service is to start operating.
 
COMMUNITY
POLITICS
The real deputies of the Greek Parliament
By Lina Giannarou
Vouliwatch, which is the Greek version of Parliament Watch, enables citizens to monitor and evaluate the activity of members of parliament, as well as the European Parliament. Visitors can also find out about the voting record of deputies and ask them questions.
LIFE
DESIGN
Only in Athens: A new design concept for souvenirs
By Dimitris Rigopoulos
The Only in Athens project, a joint initiative between architectural firm Point Supreme and the Blanco team headed by poet Stathis Kefalouros, is making some headway by presenting alternative
TOURISM
MUSEUMS
Leading Greek museums and sites extend visiting hours for new tourist season
A number of the country's archaeological sites and museums inaugurated extended visiting hours on Tuesday in view of the upcoming tourist season.
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