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Archive - Jul 2014

July 28th

100 Years Later: World War I

28 July 2014 / 14:07:41  
The First World War centenary is a good occasion to assess its significance related primarily to the effects of this greatest conflict in previous history. On the battlefields, 10 million people died, and another 20 million remained crippled.

July 27th

The Minister of National Defence Dimitris Avramopoulos is named as new Greek Euro Commissioner

27 July 2014 / 20:07:59  
It is thought that the suggested left-centrist candidates, Maria Damanaki, the present EU Commissioner, Dimitris Kourkoulas, Deputy Foreign Minister, or Anna Diamandopoulou could instigate tempestuous reactions among the New Democracy members especially after the spread of a scenario according to which Samaras might suggest a centrist or leftist candidate for president in the coming months.

Claudio Ranieri Takes the Helm of the Greek National Team

27 July 2014 / 20:07:48  
The Italian signed a two-year contract with the Hellenic Football Federation for an annual salary of 800,000 euro

Jubilee Realism by Andros

27 July 2014 / 20:07:07  
The summer Festival of PLOES celebrates its 20th anniversary with an exhibition of 20 artists entitled Reality: Living Real!

Illegal Immigrants Arrested on a Daily Basis

27 July 2014 / 10:07:33  
The international airports on the Dodecanese and Cyclades are the main exit points to Europe. Forged EU IDs are used

July 26th

Cephalonia – the Jewel of the Ionian Islands

26 July 2014 / 18:07:13  
The island is for nature lovers where the caretta caretta sea turtles, dolphins and monk seals can be closely observed.

The Hottest Trend: Getting Married in Greece

26 July 2014 / 17:07:42  
In 2013, on Santorini Island alone, 1,100 foreign couples got married; other popular wedding destinations are Crete, Monemvasia, Rhodes, Kos, Mykonos, Paros, and Athens.