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Archive - Jul 2014

July 22nd

An Ancient Necropolis of Chios Uncovered

22 July 2014 / 13:07:26  
The bodies of the deceased were laid down on sea pebbles, in a fetus position, in large earthenware vessels with the necks of the vessels sealed by flat stones. Some of the vessels were not decorated, whereas others were decorated by means of horizontal lines and rounded projecting elements.

July 21st

Seaplanes will Fly from 2015 onwards

21 July 2014 / 20:07:06  
Currently, throughout the territory of Greece, 30 seaplane airports are being built and if all goes as planned, from next year on, the Greeks will have the opportunity to fly to various destinations in the country by seaplane.

Dora Bakoyannis will be a Grandmother Again

21 July 2014 / 15:07:12  
The expected baby is a result of the relationship of her daughter Alexia and Andreas Papadopoulos, a journalist and former spokesman of the Democratic Left.

The Kenyan Woman Threatened by Circumcision Is not Going to be Extradited

21 July 2014 / 15:07:25  
The decision motives are that in her country the woman is threatened by circumcision, and her children may be tortured.

The concept of human design

20 July 2014 / 21:07:38  
Human design is the science of difference - the difference between individuals. Its concept holds that every human being on planet Earth operates and functions differently, in the physical, mental, psychological, intellectual and emotional sense of the word. Not one person can be entirely like another, not even twins.

Five Mandatory Summer Accessories

20 July 2014 / 21:07:24  
Colourful scarves made of silk or other materials are the best way to refresh your summer clothes. They add colour to jeans and monochrome shirts, and keep you warm when you enter a building cooled by air conditioning. There are dozens of ways to wear scarves: you can tie them around your neck or on your hair, or use them as belts over a plain dress.

Greek Pensions Range from 1300 to 430 Euro per Month

20 July 2014 / 21:07:42  
According to the Helios information system, the number of pensioners in Greece in July was 2,656,855 people. Of these, 23% were aged over 81 years, 32% were aged 71 to 80 years, 40% were 51 to 70 years, and only 1% were pensioners under 25 years of age. Moreover, the highest pensions are received by pensioners aged 56-65 years.