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  1. Man killed in Trikala trying to cross train trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | EKathimerini

    A 40-year-old man suffered fatal injuries on Monday night after being hit by a train bound for Kalambaka train at an unguarded crossing in Trikala in central Greece. The man, identified as an Albanian national, died of multiple injuries at the Trikala general hospital shortly after being rushed to the emergency unit, its director, Giorgos Souflias, told Athens-Macedonia News Agency.

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  2. Tiger Comes to AlpineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Phevos, a 500-pound, 19-year-old male tiger, arrived in San Diego in a wooden crate last Thursday after a 20-hour flight from Athens, Greece, by way of London. The sanctuary's founder, Bobbi Brink, and a group of volunteers picked him up and took him to the 93-acre ranch just outside Alpine.

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  3. Mitroglou goals give Olympiakos 2-0 winRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | USA Today

    Kostas Mitroglou scored a goal in each half to give Olympiakos a 2-0 win over Panionios on Wednesday, and move the champions a point behind Greek league leader PAOK. The Greece striker, who struggled after a disappointing spell at Fulham, beat in-form keeper Nikos Papadopoulos with a header in the 36th minute and completed the scoring moments before the final whistle.

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    Wednesday Dec 17 | This Is Leicestershire

    An Uppingham businessman has completed a 12,000-mile, 10-day mission to re-home a tiger from a Greek zoo in a purpose-built sanctuary for big cats in the US. David Barnes first came across Phevos in 2001 when he helped place him with Athena, a female companion in a zoo in Trikala after the Greek authorities seized the two tigers from a travelling Italian circus.

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  5. Pappas helps Greens overcome ArisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | EKathimerini

    An impressive Nikos Pappas averted an upset by Aris and ensured Panathinaikos retained its perfect record on Tuesday, one day after Olympiakos thrashed Panionios at Nea Smyrni for the Basket League. Pappas scored 23 points to lead Panathinaikos to a 76-69 victory over visiting Aris, despite the absence of captain Dimitris Diamantidis.

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  6. The tiger who flew halfway across the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | BBC News

    He weighs 260kg, has a bone-crushing bite and paws the size of dinner plates, but Phevos the tiger is the latest victim of Greece's economic crisis - and this week he left the country for a new home on other side of the world. Most of the time Phevos is a gentle creature.

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  7. The Raleigh Architecture Co. Announces Addition to Its Design-Build TeamRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | PR.com

    The Raleigh Architecture Company is pleased to announce that John Whitaker, Associate AIA, LEED AP, has joined the downtown Raleigh design-build team as project manager. Whitaker received his professional Bachelor of Architecture degree in 2007 from Drury University's School of Architecture in Springfield, MO., where he minored in graphic art, global studies, and art history.

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  8. San Diego Exotic Animal Sanctuary Rescues Captive Tiger from GreeceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | PR Newswire

    We were his last hope and finally he will get the care he needs." The tiger, named Phevos, was captive bred and seized from an Italian touring circus group in 2002, along with six other tigers.

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  9. Europe's longest conveyor installed at cement factoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | MRO-Esource.com

    The endless steel cord belt is about 13 km long and does a twist and turn on the head and tail of the system to run parallel to the loaded belt on the return. Limestone residues remain on the returning belt rather than falling underneath it.

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  10. Devout atmosphereRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | TrekEarth

    Every time I come here , in Florina, in Prespa lakes area , and especially on the island of Aghios Ahillios, and the border of Greece , I feel the same joy and excitement . I ascend from the one and only island's village walking through dogwood and wild pear trees, I passed by the ancient church of St. George and watched the petite cows at the nearby fields and after a while I saw the most beautiful church in the area, right on the edge of a grass meadow .

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  11. Big win for Rethymno, big scare for OlympiakosRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 | EKathimerini

    AGO Rethymnou defeated host Nea Kifissia to stay alone in third at the Basket League table, while promoted Korivos Amaliadas gave Olympiakos a scare in Piraeus on Sunday, although the Reds prevailed in the end. Rethymno triumphed where even Olympiakos lost, as Nea Kifissia suffered a 74-64 reverse at home to the ambitious Cretan team, that had US point guard Vincent Council score 22 points and emerge as the league's Most Valuable Player of the weekend for the second time in the last three weeks.

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  12. Greeks hammer British Museum over loan of artifact to HermitageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    The British Museum plunged itself into a geopolitical tempest Friday, loaning one of the most disputed Greek artifacts to Russia's State Hermitage Museum in a surprise arrangement that outraged Greece. The loan of the artifact, one of the Elgin Marbles, a British Museum collection of Parthenon sculptures, also seemed at odds with the West's increasing ostracism of Russia over Ukraine conflict and a range of other East-West disputes.

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  13. Panathinaikos up to 3rd in Greek league with winRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | USA Today

    Panathinaikos jumped to third in the Greek league after Mladen Petric headed in a late goal for a 1-0 win over Panetolikos on Thursday that kept its hopes for a title upset alive. Petric rose to meet a corner kick from Emir Bajrami in the 81st minute, breaking the deadlock after a frustrating evening in Agrinio, western Greece, where the Athens club waste a string of chances.

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  14. Panathinaikos rises to 3rd in ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Nanaimo Daily News

    Panathinaikos jumped to third in the Greek league after Mladen Petric headed in a late goal for a 1-0 win over Panetolikos on Thursday that kept its hopes for a title upset alive. Petric rose to meet a corner kick from Emir Bajrami in the 81st minute, breaking the deadlock after a frustrating evening in Agrinio, western Greece, where the Athens club waste a string of chances.

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  15. Greens win at Amaliada but sweat over LoukasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | EKathimerini

    Panathinaikos extended its unbeaten record in the Basket League with a 13-point win at Korivos Amaliadas on Monday, one day after Olympiakos defeated KAO Dramas away. The Greens led throughout the game at Amaliada in a quite friendly atmosphere, with the hosts even honoring Panathinaikos captain Dimitris Diamantidis.

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  16. Becoming a Greek Neo-FascistRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | Real Clear Politics

    Small talk wheels around percentages. The average Dawner can rattle off the party's electoral results in every Greek prefecture; '536,442' is pinned to a wall in many offices: it's the number of Greeks who voted for the party in May's European elections.

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  17. Google May Have Got It Wrong On Driverless Cars - Automated Buses Are The Real FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Sorry, Google. Some public transport experts believe the driverless buses - not robotic cars - are the future.

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  18. Cancer researcher, Harvard professor Trichopoulos dies at 76Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | EKathimerini

    Trichopoulos, who was born in Volos in 1938, was the Vincent L. Gregory Professor of Cancer Prevention at the Department of Epidemiology at HarvardA's School of Public Health. He also taught at Athens University.

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  19. Volos viewRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 | TrekEarth

    Volos view Built at the innermost point of the Pagasetic Gulf and at the foot of Mount Pilio . The city spreads in the plain on the foothills of Mount Pelion, bordering the town of Agria to the east and Nea Anchialos to the south west.

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  20. railway stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2014 | TrekEarth

    Volos railway station Volos' railway station building was designed by Evaristo De Chirico soon after ... rest of Greece, and the railway complex houses facilities for train maintenance. Volos is the newest of the Greek port cities, with a large proportion of modern buildings erected following the catastrophic earthquakes of 1955.

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