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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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An unvaccinated man from the city of Volos died from Covid-19 on Tuesday, about ten days after his mother passed away from the same disease.


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An armed robber entered a bank branch in the district of Dafni, an inner suburb of Athens, on Tuesday morning, confronted an employee, and made off with an unspecified amount of cash, press reports said.



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New Covid-19 infections are expected to smash yet a new record on Tuesday, as health authorities will incorporate the positive self tests confirmed after the reopening of schools, a medical expert said.



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Education Minister Niki Kerameus has defended the opening of schools Monday, saying that if they had not opened the 15,500 coronavirus cases recorded among pupils and teachers would have gone undetected.

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Police on Monday reported another case of teen violence that occurred on Saturday night in the affluent northern Athens suburb of Kifissia, which left a 14-year-old injured.


A conservator stands next to a Parthenon fragment, on loan from the Antonino Salinas Regional Archaeological Museum of Palermo, at the Parthenon Gallery of the Acropolis Museum, Jan. 10, 2022. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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Greece hopes the 2,500-year-old marble fragment, which arrived Monday on loan from an Italian museum, may help resolve one of the world’s thorniest cultural heritage disputes and lead to the reunification in Athens of all surviving Parthenon Sculptures.