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In the wake of a deadly wolf attack on a puppy in Mt Parnitha in Attica on Sunday, the environmental group Callisto has warned that people could be next if authorities do not take measures soon.


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17.12.2021 / 11:24

A new free mobile app PANICosGR allows users needing help to simply press a red button to send an automated message to a default emergency contact.


16.12.2021 / 20:05

“If someone had told me two years ago that I would be where I am today, I would not have believed them. I hardly believe it now,” says Eric, a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo now studying economics in France.


16.11.2021 / 12:41

Echoing the mind-set of anti-vaxxers and Covid deniers, activists, albeit small in number, have launched an online campaign to stop authorities from conducting Greece’s first population census in a decade.



15.10.2020 / 19:31

Ahead of White Cane Safety Day on Thursday, the head of a non-profit organization in Greece has told Kathimerini about the additional difficulties the pandemic has brought to those with compromised vision.


13.10.2020 / 18:28

A 10-year-old boy from Syria hospitalized at the weekend after a vicious beating by his 45-year-old father is expected to be transferred to an accommodation facility for minors, according to reports on Monday.


11.09.2020 / 21:45

How do you know that a conspiracy theory has escaped from the deep corners of the Web and is now more transmittable than Covid-19 itself? When you hear it three times a day from three different people.



31.08.2020 / 08:19

With the number of coronavirus cases rising steadily since the start of August, health experts remain calm but vigilant, paying close attention to the indicators, as the slightest variation matters.


29.08.2020 / 12:08

As the National Organization of Public Health (EODY) announced another 270 cases of coronavirus and five new Covid-related deaths on Friday, health authorities also heralded a slew of new restrictive measures for the islands of Zakynthos and Lesvos and the area of Imathia in northern Greece where new spikes have been observed. 


27.08.2020 / 09:35

Health authorities concerns increased again on Wednesday after officials announced a new record of coronavirus infections – 293 cases in 24 hours and five new deaths – following a two-day dip that had fueled hopes that the pandemic was easing.
 


26.08.2020 / 17:15

Six months after Greece reported its first Covid-19 infection in Thessaloniki, health experts have indicated that the dip of cases in the past few days is encouraging but no reason for complacency as the daily numbers being reported last week were consistently over 200, in one case close to 300.