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  1. British lab confirms diphtheria in 8-year-old’s death in Athens

    A laboratory in the United Kingdom has confirmed Greek concerns that an 8-year-old boy who died last week at the Athens General Children’s Hospital had contracted diphtheria.

  2. Details emerge in kidnap of crew members from Greek tanker

    Pirates have kidnapped 19 crew members from a crude oil tanker off Nigeria in an area where acts of piracy are on the rise, an official with the ship’s operator said on Thursday. 

  3. Turkish parliament backs contentious deal with Libya

    Turkey’s parliament on Thursday endorsed a controversial deal on maritime boundaries in the Mediterranean reached between Turkey and Libya's UN-supported government.

  4. PTSD diagnosis racket dismantled on Lesvos

    Police on the eastern Aegean island of Lesvos have dismantled a racket that had been issuing fake PTSD diagnoses to migrants and refugees seeking asylum in Greece, it was announced on Thursday.

  5. ‘Social dividend’ to help 250,000 households

    The government on Thursday announced that it will be spending 175 million euros from its primary surplus overrun to help 250,000 low-income households.

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  7. Police warn public over online scams

    The cybercrime unit of the Greek Police has warned the public of a growing number of online scams, including business email compromise (BEC) attacks, forex scams, as well as Ponzi and pyramid schemes. 

  8. National unity and pragmatism vis-a-vis Turkey

    The period we are in is difficult and dangerous. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is unpredictable and uncontrollable.

  9. Turkish lawmakers ratify contentious maritime borders deal with Libya

    Lawmakers in Turkey’s Parliament on Thursday ratified a controversial agreement with Libya’s UN-backed government delineating the maritime borders between the two countries, despite serious objections to its claims from Greece, Cyprus and Egypt.

  10. Smoking ban: The first battle has been won

    Every family has an eccentric uncle or a cool but loudmouthed aunt – in other words, a middle-aged relative who dresses like a 20-year-old and sits with the youngsters at big family gatherings.

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