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Ilias Smirlis runs a small family farm in Kalamata, Greece. Before he met entrepreneur Sotiris Lymperopoulos, who runs the food service Radiki, he struggled to sell his produce outside Athens.
Northern Ireland police said Tuesday they have arrested a man on suspicion of smuggling 35 Afghan immigrants into England in a container shipment, during which one man died.
Government troops pressed attacks Tuesday in the two largest cities held by pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine, while Kiev also pursued diplomatic efforts to resolve the conflict that has killed more than 2,000 and displaced another 300,000.
Investigators say they have determined a second painting that was part of a massive trove of art found in the Munich apartment of late collector Cornelius Gurlitt was stolen by the Nazis from its Jewish owner.
The officer in charge of one of the largest security operations in British history at the forthcoming Nato summit in Wales has said the high-profile event is "completely unchartered territory" for UK policing.
People listen to a talking statue on their phones at the launch of Talking Statues in central London, Tuesday Aug. 19, 2014.
A North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit next month will settle on other ways of protecting the alliance's eastern flank, including previously floated plans for more war-games, a more robust command structure and warehousing equipment that would be needed in an emergency, Merkel and allied officials said.
A formal currency union with the rest of the UK would be the "best route" for an independent Scotland, the chair of an expert group which advises Alex Salmond's Government has insisted.
While officials in Berlin sought to play down the reports, Turkey summoned the German ambassador to demand an immediate investigation.
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond speaks to The Associated Press during a visit to a house building project in Arbroath on the East coast of Scotland Monday, Aug. 18, 2014.
New York's Metropolitan Opera has reached tentative labor deals with two of its largest unions while negotiations continue with 10 more unions in hopes of averting a lockout.
Julian Assange is hoping to leave the Ecuadorean embassy in London "soon" as a result of changes to British extradition laws but WikiLeaks has downplayed talk of his imminent departure.
A boy stands in front of a map of Russia at a temporary tent camp set up for Ukrainian refugees outside Donetsk.
Mgarr ix-Xini beach on Gozo, Malta's second largest island, has been closed to the public from August 17, for filming that will run through until November 10, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
One of Chancellor Angela Merkel's main allies in parliament has called for Europe to adopt common arms export regulations, saying there would be an increasing number of European defence companies in future.
Dai Roberts, 28, was airlifted to hospital in Belfast after the collision at the Ulster Rally which killed 20-year-old driver Timothy Cathcart A Welsh rally co-driver is expected to make a full recovery after a crash in Northern Ireland on Friday which killed his driver.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 02:05 am
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