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  1. Fugitive serving life sentence for murder arrested in southern Athens

    Police have arrested an escaped convict who was serving a life sentence for the murder of a businessman on the island of Mykonos.

  2. Man accused of burning body in murder probe

    A 38-year-old man charged with the murder of his 40-year-old girlfriend in December 2018 admitted to cutting up her body and incinerating it in a gas oven at their home in testimony to an investigating magistrate in Thessaloniki.

  3. Patriarchate calls for Orthodox dialogue on Holy Communion

    The Istanbul-based Ecumenical Patriarchate has called for a dialogue among Orthodox churches regarding Holy Communion and how it should be administered amid the health concerns stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.

  4. Nineteen new infections, no new deaths from coronavirus

    Greece recorded 19 new coronavirus infections in the past 24 hours, of which the 12 concerned passengers from a flight from Qatar that landed in Athens’ International Airport on Monday, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday.

  5. Greece suspends flights to Qatar after 12 passengers test positive for coronavirus

    Greece on Tuesday announced they were suspending flights to and from Qatar until mid-June, after 12 out of 91 passengers in a Qatar Airways flight that landed in Athens on Monday tested positive for the coronavirus.

  6. An appeal to Congress: Our current Fire Triangle will not be abated by the US military

    It is interesting living amongst one of our crucial Allies, all of whom are being spun daily a narrative of worsening American conflagration. Depending on the news source, it can appear that the situation is universally grim and that the majority of disturbances after the killing of George Floyd are beyond peaceful.

  7. Cyprus may ease some restrictions earlier than planned

    The Cypriot government and its health advisory committee discussed on Tuesday the possibility of relaxing certain restrictions sooner than anticipated, but final decisions are expected to emerge after the cabinet’s meeting on Wednesday.

  8. Di Maio protests Greek travel restrictions on Italian tourists

    Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio expressed his disapproval on Tueday over the restrictions imposed on Italian tourists who will visit Greece after June 15 in a call to counterpart Nikos Dendias on Tuesday, according to a report in Il Messaggero.

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  10. EU top diplomat urges Turkey to respect Greece, Cyprus sovereignty

    Josep Borrell, the EU’s foreign policy chief, on Tuesday urged Turkey to respect the sovereignty of Greece and Cyprus.

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