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3 hrs ago | Examiner.com

Hotel Nikopolis is luxury on the Greek Spice Route

The clear blue water in the immense Hotel Nikopolis pool mirrors the crystal sea of Thessaloniki's vast harbor.

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7 hrs ago | TrekEarth

Monodendri village close up

This is a partial view of Monodendri village. Monodendri is a village in the Ioannina regional unit in Greece.

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12 hrs ago | Science

Fighting to study physics

Although a gifted math student throughout high school and college, Abraham Nemeth received only discouragement when he tried to major in the field in college.

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16 hrs ago | Sofia News Agency

Unfavorable Climate Will Not Affect Bulgaria's Wine Market - Minister

The wine market will not be affected by unfavorable climate conditions, according to Vasil Grudev, Bulgaria's caretaker Minister of Agriculture and Food.

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20 hrs ago | WAOW

Train hits, kills woman walking dog in Wisconsin

A 32-year-old mother walking with two children in a stroller was pushed to the ground by a man who had a knife and demanded money, Wausau police said Monday.

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20 hrs ago | WAOW

Woman convicted in murder-for-hire plot to be sentenced

A 32-year-old mother walking with two children in a stroller was pushed to the ground by a man who had a knife and demanded money, Wausau police said Monday.

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20 hrs ago | WAOW

Wisconsin DNR plans waterfowl chat

A 32-year-old mother walking with two children in a stroller was pushed to the ground by a man who had a knife and demanded money, Wausau police said Monday.

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23 hrs ago | Circulation

Does "Time Is Brain" Also Mean "Time Is Clot"?: Time Dependency of...

From the Second Department of Neurology, University of Athens, School of Medicine, "Attikon" University Hospital, Athens, Greece ; Department of Neurology, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis ; and International Clinical Research Center, St. Anne's University Hospital, Brno, Czech Republic .

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

Daily Record

Kay's Cooking Corner

My two-year-old grandson, Landon, loves olives and pickles, which he calls "ahwives" and "bickles."

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TrekEarth

below the Castle

A view from the basketball court of the primary school of Ayia Marina. The neighbourhood below the Castle has taken its name from the church of Ayia Paraskevi that stands next to it.

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SETimes news

Greece prepares trial against Golden Dawn

Supporters of the far right Golden Dawn party wave flags and shout slogans outside the Athens Appeals Court as a police van brings their jailed leader Nikos Michaloliakos, his second-in-command Christos Pappas and another MP, Yiannis Lagos, to court for a hearing on July 4th.

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Common Dreams

Greece's Pirate Public Broadcaster Perseveres - After the Black'

The ERT3 news bulletin goes out from their studio in Thessaloniki at 10 p.m. every night.

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EKathimerini

Two suspects in Mani murder case remanded

Two 18-year-olds accused of murdering two men in Mani last week during a deal over anabolic steroids that went wrong were remanded in custody on Monday after testifying before an investigating magistrate in Kalamata.

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Daily Mail

Could Greece's mystery tomb lie intact? Well-preserved headless...

Could Greece's mystery tomb lie intact? Well-preserved headless sphinxes hint that grave dating back to Alexander the Great may be untouched Prime Minister Antonis Samaras described the find as 'incredibly important,' and one archaeologist thinks it could be of 'global importance' Archaeologists are hopeful that an ancient mound in northern Greece ... (more)

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EKathimerini

Panathinaikos held in Super League opener, loses striker Berg to injury

Panathinaikos suffered a traumatic debut in the Super League on Sunday as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Levadiakos and lost star striker Marcus Berg for up to three months.

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Sat Aug 23, 2014

TrekEarth

Papigo Elementary school

This is the Elementary school of Papigo village. The misty and massive rock at the far end, is part of mount Tymfi and certainly dominates the place.

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PR-inside.com

Market Report, "Hellenic Fishfarming S.A. - Company Capsule", published

Canadean's "Hellenic Fishfarming S.A. - Company Capsule" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations.

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EKathimerini

Hardouvelis hears grievances of coalition MPS to unified property tax bill

Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis on Friday briefed MPs from junior coalition partner PASOK on the proposed improvements to a contentious unified property tax, known by its acronym ENFIA, and listened to amendments demanded by skeptical lawmakers.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Boston.com

IdeasWhy can't Greece shake its corruption problem?

A few summers ago, every merchant on this island - which means pretty much everybody with a job - faced ruin.

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The Times Bulletin

Greek archaeology site sparks intense interest

By NICHOLAS PAPHITIS and COSTAS KANTOURIS Associated Press ATHENS, Greece - Archaeologists excavating a large burial mound in northern Greece that has captivated the public's imagination have asked politicians and others seeking guided tours of the site to leave them in peace.

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