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Memorial park inaugurated in fire-ravaged Mati
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Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades shovels soil at the opening ceremony of the memorial park in the East Attica town of Mati in memory of the victims of the devastating wildfire in 2018.


An unexpected visit
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Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou participated in the action of the Streetwork group of the Organization Against Drugs (OKANA) in central Athens on Monday.

Lab helps preserve cultural heritage
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A sample from a Byzantine-era wall found at Thessaloniki’s under-construction Venizelos metro station sits under the microscope at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki’s Laboratory of Building Materials.


Tsitsipas one step from the highest peak
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Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas beat Karen Khachanov of Russia 7-6, 6-4, 6-7, 6-3 in their men’s semifinal match at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on Friday to set up a showdown in the final on Sunday against Serbian megastar Novak Djokovic.

Tsitsipas books spot in Australia Open final
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Greek third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in action against Russian 18th seed Karen Khachanov during their men’s semi final match at the 2023 Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Friday.



Parliament remembers the Holocaust
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The Hellenic Parliament honored the memory of the victims of the Holocaust ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Thursday evening by displaying the slogan “We remember” on its facade with a photograph of prisoners in a Nazi concentration camp.

The power of working together
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Members of the En Dynamei (In Strength) cultural association for people with and without disabilities take part in an activity in Thessaloniki, northern Greece.

Chios and Oinousses: The Greek islands leading global shipping
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When breaking down the story of Greek and global shipping, two islands stand out today – Chios and Oinousses. Steven Tagle joins Thanos Davelis to discuss his latest in-depth report from both islands that breaks down how they came to lead the world’s shipping industry and how sea trade became Greece’s version of the American dream.
 


Waterways cleaned to prevent urban floods
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Bulldozers clean up an urban stream channel to improve water flow, in an unspecified location, in an image made available Tuesday by the Attica Regional authority.


The message from Davos: Greece is back
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This past week Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis traveled to Davos to participate in the World Economic Forum, where the overall message was clear: Greece is back, and in a big way. Tom Ellis, the editor-in-chief of Kathimerini English Edition, joins Thanos Davelis with the latest analysis.

Mapping Athens’ water routes
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The Goethe Institute in Athens presents the local installment of the “Atlas of Mediterranean Liquidity,” an ambitious project by the institution to create interactive maps of urban water points across the region, including drawings, photographs and details of their history and biodiversity.

Fanning the embers of a dying craft
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Andreas Dorgiomanolakis shapes a terracotta pot in one of the last surviving ceramic workshops in Thrapsano, a village in Crete that had around 150 such workshops up until the 1970s.


Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, and the Balkan energy race
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The recent announcement of a long-term energy agreement between Turkey and Bulgaria giving the latter access for 13 years to Turkish regasification terminals, came as a surprise to some and caused consternation in Athens.

Petralona park gets overhaul
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Residents enjoy a sunny day in Voutie Park in the hip central Athens district of Ano Petralona, on Thursday, after it was treated to a facelift.