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ATHENS - A young woman who became the first patient in Greece to receive a liver transplant from a living donor, her father, was released from hospital on Friday.

ATHENS - Prime Minister Kryiakos Mitsotakis named MIT Computer Science Professor Constantinos Daskalakis to head an advisory committee to create a strategy for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its uses.

ATHENS - Prime Minister Kryiakos Mitsotakis named MIT Computer Science Professor Constantinos Daskalakis to head an advisory committee to create a strategy for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its uses.

ATHENS - Heatwaves and climate change will continue to dry out Greece, including more droughts, but there’s little chance of widespread areas being turned into deserts or totally parched, said European Union research.

ATHENS - Heatwaves and climate change will continue to dry out Greece, including more droughts, but there’s little chance of widespread areas being turned into deserts or totally parched, said European Union research.

ATHENS - The ancient site of the shipwreck that revealed the Antikythera mechanism off the Greek island still fascinates researchers and now a team from the University of Geneva said its return has revealed more findings.

ATHENS - The ancient site of the shipwreck that revealed the Antikythera mechanism off the Greek island still fascinates researchers and now a team from the University of Geneva said its return has revealed more findings.

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Dr Clements Sees Heatwaves, Wildfires Becoming More Frequent

ATHENS - Heatwaves and wildfires are something that will happen more and more often not only in the Mediterranean but worldwide, Dr.

ATHENS - Heatwaves and wildfires are something that will happen more and more often not only in the Mediterranean but worldwide, Dr.

Newly Discovered Stone Tools Drag Dawn of Greek Archaeology Back by a Quarter-million Years

ATHENS — Deep in an open coal mine in southern Greece, researchers have discovered the antiquities-rich country's oldest archaeological site, which dates to 700,000 years ago and is associated with modern humans' hominin ancestors.

ATHENS — Deep in an open coal mine in southern Greece, researchers have discovered the antiquities-rich country's oldest archaeological site, which dates to 700,000 years ago and is associated with modern humans' hominin ancestors.

3 Μore Rail Officials Charged Over Deadly Train Collision

THESSALONIKI, Greece — Three more Greek rail officials were charged on Thursday in connection with a train crash that killed 57 people, as protests continued and the government promised to overhaul rail safety.

THESSALONIKI, Greece — Three more Greek rail officials were charged on Thursday in connection with a train crash that killed 57 people, as protests continued and the government promised to overhaul rail safety.

Hellenic Train Staff on Another 24-Hour Strike on Friday; Affects Suburban Railroad

ATHENS - Hellenic Train and TrainOSE staff will go on a new 24-hour strike on Friday to protest the lack of safety controls that led to the deadly train collision on Tuesday night, they said on Thursday.

ATHENS - Hellenic Train and TrainOSE staff will go on a new 24-hour strike on Friday to protest the lack of safety controls that led to the deadly train collision on Tuesday night, they said on Thursday.

Astronomers in Greece Say They Saw Green Comet Passing by Earth

ATHENS - A green comet was spotted passing close to earth by astronomers in Greece, the first time it as done so in 50,000 years, when Neanderthals were living in Eurasia, the sighting coming from a spot in Corinth, said Reuters.

ATHENS - A green comet was spotted passing close to earth by astronomers in Greece, the first time it as done so in 50,000 years, when Neanderthals were living in Eurasia, the sighting coming from a spot in Corinth, said Reuters.

Greek Epidemiologist Sees Vaccines Bringing End of COVID Pandemic

ATHENS - The still dangerous Coronavirus won't disappear but vaccinations have reached such a high level of the populace that it won't be a pandemic anymore, a member of the government's advisory task force said.

ATHENS - The still dangerous Coronavirus won't disappear but vaccinations have reached such a high level of the populace that it won't be a pandemic anymore, a member of the government's advisory task force said.

Reducing Climate Change Disasters Conference to Be Held in Athens, Oct. 21

ATHENS - An international conference about minimizing risks for disasters will be held in Athens on Friday, October 21, the Greek Ministry for Climate Change & Civil Protection announced on Thursday, International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction.

ATHENS - An international conference about minimizing risks for disasters will be held in Athens on Friday, October 21, the Greek Ministry for Climate Change & Civil Protection announced on Thursday, International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction.

Underwater Drilling for Research at the Volcanic Complex of Santorini, Kolumbo and Christiani

SANTORINI - The US research vessel 'JOIDES Resolution' will carry out drilling in the sea area of Santorini from mid December 2022 until mid February 2023.

SANTORINI - The US research vessel 'JOIDES Resolution' will carry out drilling in the sea area of Santorini from mid December 2022 until mid February 2023.

3 Physicists Share Nobel Prize for Work on Quantum Science

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Three scientists jointly won this year's Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for their work on quantum information science that has significant applications, for example in the field of encryption.

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Three scientists jointly won this year's Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for their work on quantum information science that has significant applications, for example in the field of encryption.

ACT – A Great City a Fine Education, and Experiences of a Lifetime

The American College of Thessaloniki is a beacon of learning in the exciting port city in Northern Greece.

The American College of Thessaloniki is a beacon of learning in the exciting port city in Northern Greece.

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