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Kenyan coastal region of Lamu hit by deadly attacks

At least 29 people have been killed in two deadly shooting attacks in Kenya's coastal districts, the interior ministry has said.
BBC: July 6, 2014

Athens court to rule on PPC strike

No rotating power cuts have been planned for Friday afternoon, power grid operator officials told ANA-MPA, as long as demand remains at current levels.
July 4, 2014

Greek unions in showdown with government over planned electric utility sale

Greek authorities are warning of possible power cuts at the heart of the summer tourist season as electric utility workers head for protracted strikes against government plans
July 2, 2014

Court rules state may fund Athens mosque construction

Council of State says law on mosque’s construction furnishes Muslims in Athens with the constitutionally supported freedom of expression of their religious beliefs and does not violate principles of equality and free expression of religious beliefs
Enet: July 2, 2014

Democrats Abroad to celebrate US Independence Day

All American citizens, their families and friends – regardless of nationality – are invited to the Democrats Abroad Independence Day party, which will he held on July 6 at Marathon Beach, from 7 to 10pm
Enet: July 1, 2014

Irish woman condemns Cretan 'show trial' of her husband

Appeals court in Crete reduces 18 year sentence against Mark Marku to 16 years and nine months for armed robbery. But he insists he was in Ireland when most of the crimes were committed
Enet: June 30, 2014

Florida’s Greek Community: Hidden Gems of St. Petersburg Clearwater

When most people think of Florida, they don’t often think of Greece. But if you travel half an hour north of Clearwater in Florida, you’ll find a Greek community in Tarpon Springs.
Peter Travel News: June 26, 2014

Plea over Arthur Jones from Denbigh missing in Crete

A 73-year-old Denbighshire man has gone missing while on holiday on the Greek island of Crete, prompting a police investigation.
BBC: June 26, 2014

Over 300 inmates continue hunger strike

The inmates are dissatisfied with the detention conditions and oppose the idea of the government to build a new maximum security prison.
June 26, 2014

Contraband cigarettes trade in Greece on the rise

Contraband cigarettes trade in Greece has increased, according to a study conducted by KPMG in all European Union countries commissioned by British American Tobacco, Imperial Tobacco, Japan Tobacco International êáé Philip Morris International.
June 26, 2014