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Mon, May 25, 2020
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  1. Cyprus to deport 17 migrants suspected of terror links

    Cyprus will deport 17 migrants who are being held on suspicion of having links to extremist groups or involved in acts of terror, the country's interior ministry said Monday.

  2. Plan for prefab buildings at kindergartens

    As education authorities mull the reopening of primary schools, with a decision expected on Monday, Kathimerini understands that a plan for the reopening of state kindergartens and creches could involve the installation of prefabricated buildings in school grounds to guard against overcrowding in classrooms from September.

  3. Increase to support for landlords hurt by measures being mulled

    The Finance Ministry is seeking ways to increase support for property owners following strong reactions to the government’s announcement that it will only cover a third of the losses landlords have incurred.

  4. NGO sued over Lesvos post

    The Regional Authority of the Northern Aegean said on Monday that it was taking legal action against a nongovernment organization called Moria Corona Awareness Team after it referred to “the Greek side of the island” of Lesvos in a post on its Facebook page last Thursday, thereby implying that there is a non-Greek side of the island. 

  5. Belated Easter liturgy after lockdown

    On Monday night churches around the country are to hold Easter Saturday services, which they had been unable to in March due to the lockdown. 

  6. Woman who fled after Moria killing arrested on Lesvos

    Police on Monday arrested a woman in connection with the killing of an Afghan woman inside the Moria identification centre on Lesvos on May 22.

  7. Japan Tobacco enters three-year partnership with InvestGR Forum

    The InvestGR Forum on Monday announced the start of its three-year strategic partnership with Japan Tobacco International (JTI) with this year’s event, titled “Greece in the Pole Position,” which due to the coronavirus pandemic will be online. 

  8. Minister pledges to deliver Thessaloniki metro in April 2023

    Transport and Infrastructure Minister Kostas A. Karamanlis on Monday reiterated his pledge that Thessaloniki’s long-delayed metro will be delivered in full in 2023.

  9. Rain and thunderstorms through Friday

    After several weeks of sunny conditions, the weather is expected to spoil from Tuesday, with the National Observatory of Athens’ online Meteo weather service forecasting rain and thunderstorms in many parts until Friday. 

  10. 1,020 Covid-19 tests conducted in Parliament come back negative

    MPs and staff working at the Greek Parliament who were sampled for the coronavirus have tested negative, according to reports on Monday.