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  1. Dog attacks seven people in Thessaloniki, including 13-year-old boyRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | EKathimerini

    Seven people were treated in hospital after a dog attack in the Neo Rysio area of Thessaloniki, in northern Greece, late Friday. The victims include a 13-year-old child.

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  2. Make your own herbal household cleanersRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    Lemongrass, lemon myrtle, tea tree, eucalyptus, sage, oregano and lavender, as well as many others, contain powerful antimicrobial properties that rival many of the commercial cleaners you can buy at the supermarket. Herbal housekeeping is not hard.

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  3. Just Published: "Logismos Information Systems S.A. (LOGISMOS) -...Read the original story

    21 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    The company designs, develops, installs and support business software products. It develops and supports business software based on Logismos casino management system, momentum and Nemo.

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  4. Report: Two Greek sides want Forest outcast, 14 months since last gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business News

    Many a Nottingham Forest fan would be forgiven for completely forgetting that Djamel Abdoun actually still plays for the club. The 29-year-old Algerian international has spent part of this season on loan in Belgium with Lokeren and is now set for a permanent exit from the City Ground in the summer.

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  5. Greek city's Shoah 'insult' sparks furyRead the original story

    Thursday | Jewish Chronicle

    A Greek city council has been forced to apologise after it requested that the Star of David be removed from a commemoration stone due to be unveiled in a Shoah memorial ceremony. Last Sunday, May 17, was meant to be a day of remembrance for the 1,484 Jews of Kavala who were deported and killed by the Nazis.

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  6. Plovdiv Appellate Court Upholds Detention of Imam Accused of Preaching Radical IslamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sofia News Agency

    The Plovdiv Appellate Court upheld on Thursday the detention of the imam Ahmed Musa , who has been accused of preaching radical Islam in Bulgaria. The court justified its decision, describing Musa as potentially dangerous and likely to go into hiding in case he is released.

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  7. Pegasus B738 near Thessaloniki on May 18th 2015, loss of cabin pressureRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | AVHerald

    A Pegasus Airlines Boeing 737-800, registration TC-IZD performing flight PC-5121 from Bodrum to London Gatwick,EN with 49 passengers, was enroute at FL400 about 30nm north of Thessaloniki when the crew initiated an emergency descent to FL110 due to the loss of cabin pressure, the passenger oxygen masks were not released. The aircraft subsequently turned around and diverted to Izmir for a safe landing about 65 minutes after leaving FL400.

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  8. Greek mayor relents in controversy over Holocaust monumentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Faced with blistering criticism over objecting to the presence of the Star of David on a monument dedicated to Holocaust victims, the mayor of Kavala in northern Greece told protesters Sunday that the dedication ceremony, originally set for this Sunday, will take place "very soon." Mayor Dimitra Tsanaka confirmed that councilors from her list had objected to the size and placement of the Star of David on a commemorative stone, although she denied she shared the opinion or wanted the star removed, as the Central Board of Jewish Communities has alleged.

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  9. They Built a Holocaust Memorial. Then at the Last Minute, City...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | TheBlaze.com

    City officials in Kavala, Greece, have canceled the Sunday unveiling of a Holocaust memorial because they don't approve of the Star of David carved into the monument, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reported . "How can it be that the eternal symbol of the Jewish people - the very symbol that the Nazis required Jews to wear in the death camps and ghettos of Europe during the Second World War - is deemed unfit for public display in Kavala?" American Jewish Committee Executive Director David Harris said.

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  10. Alternative therapies for hot flashes are hit or missRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Fox News

    Managing menopausal symptoms like hot flashes may be possible without taking hormones, but the evidence supporting most alternatives is weak, European researchers say. A multinational team analyzed past studies on treatments ranging from exercise to antidepressants and behavioral therapy, in a review conducted for the European Menopause and Andropause Society .

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  11. Traffickers swindle migrants, sending them back to GreeceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | KTMF

    After a seven-month quest to escape war in Syria, Dia Kasam thought she and her two sons were finally on their way, headed by train into Serbia and from there on to Germany to reunite with her sick husband and their three other children. Instead, tricked by Afghan traffickers, they and 90 other asylum-seekers found themselves locked in a freight car headed in the wrong direction - back to Greece, where they started.

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  12. Greek Town: Remove Star of David from MemorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    Local officials in the northern Greek port of Kavala have reportedly demanded that the Star of David be removed from a Holocaust memorial before it is unveiled. It is not clear what prompted the city's decision, though it has sparked outrage both in Greece and around the world.

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  13. Greek town slammed after it nixes Holocaust memorial for displaying Star of DavidRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Jerusalem Post

    The mayor of the northern Greek city of Kavala has been roundly criticized after he decided to stop the unveiling of a Holocaust memorial because it featured a Star of David. 1,484 Jews from the city were murdered by the Nazis.

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  14. Greek town cancels unveiling of Holocaust monumentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Jerusalem Post

    The city council of Kavala, Greece, announced Friday its decision to cancel the unveiling of a memorial meant to commemorate the 1,484 members of its community who were murdered in the Holocaust. The anti-Defamation league expressed outrage over the decision, saying in a statement that, "the mayor and the City Council have insulted the memory of victims, the Greek Jewish community, and Jews around the world, and we join with the Greek Jewish community in voicing our outrage."

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  15. Traffickers swindle migrants, send them back to GreeceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | The Daily Star

    THESSALONIKI, Greece: After a seven-month quest to escape war in Syria, Dia Kasam thought she and her two sons were finally on their way, headed by train into Serbia and from there on to Germany to reunite with her sick husband and their three other children. Instead, tricked by Afghan traffickers, they and 90 other asylum-seekers found themselves locked in a freight car headed in the wrong direction - back to Greece, where they started.

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  16. Greek town demands Star of David removal from Holocaust memorialRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | United Jewish Federation of Tidewater

    Jewish groups reported that authorities in the Greek port of Kavala want the Star of David to be removed from a Holocaust memorial or they will not permit its display. The American Jewish Committee said Friday that its partner body in Greece, the Central Board of Jewish Communities, reported that municipal authorities had canceled a May 17 ceremony unveiling the memorial.

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  17. Greek official sues German paper over claimRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Salt Lake Tribune

    Athens a Greece's deputy finance minister has sued Germany's tabloid Bild newspaper over a story that appeared this month alleging he sent tens of thousands of euros to a bank account in Luxembourg at a time when his government had been appealing to Greeks to keep their savings in the country. Dimitris Mardas filed the case against Bild in a Greek court Friday "for the restoration of the truth, his honor and his reputation," according to a finance ministry statement.

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  18. Alternative Therapies for Hot Flashes Hit or Miss: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | News Max

    Managing menopausal symptoms like hot flashes may be possible without taking hormones, but the evidence supporting most alternatives is weak, European researchers say. A multinational team analyzed past studies on treatments ranging from exercise to antidepressants and behavioral therapy, in a review conducted for the European Menopause and Andropause Society .

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  19. Greek deputy finance chief sues German paper over cash claimRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Greece's deputy finance minister has sued Germany's tabloid Bild newspaper over a story that appeared this month alleging he sent tens of thousands of euros to a bank account in Luxembourg at a time when his government had been appealing to Greeks to keep their savings in the country. Dimitris Mardas filed the case against Bild in a Greek court Friday "for the restoration of the truth, his honor and his reputation," according to a finance ministry statement.

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  20. Greece's deputy finance minister sues German newspaper Bild over money transfer claimRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Canadian Business Magazine

    Greece's deputy finance minister has sued Germany's tabloid Bild newspaper over a story that appeared this month alleging he sent tens of thousands of euros to a bank account in Luxembourg at a time when his government had been appealing to Greeks to keep their savings in the country. Dimitris Mardas filed the case against Bild in a Greek court Friday "for the restoration of the truth, his honour and his reputation," according to a finance ministry statement.

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