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May 2010 Week 3


ATHENS - The exact burial site of Plato has been identified, thanks to research conducted by the Italian Research Foundation, based on papyri from the site of Herculaneum, near Naples.

ATHENS - S&P credit rating agency upgraded Greece’s outlook to 'positive' from 'stable' on Friday, April 19, 2024 while maintaining the investment-grade rating of BBB-.

ATHENS - The Ministry of National Economy and Finance is pressing ahead with a legislative regulation, which it will submit to Parliament within the week or at the latest the following day, to slash the fees for POS transactions.

ATHENS - Throughout 2023, Intrakat Group executed its strategic plan with remarkable success, witnessing robust performance across all business segments.

ATHENS - Athens International Airport once again secures top honors in Europe for its marketing prowess and market development initiatives, as recognized by airline voters in the over 20 million passengers category at the Routes Europe 2024 conference held in Aarhus, Denmark.

Despite constant efforts to show it’s not a haven for the rich and criminals to hide their cash, Cyprus was once again rebuked for money laundering and financial interests, this time by the European Commission.

ATHENS - Greece is unhappy over a US State Department report that noted Greece was criticized for human rights issues, although the Americans said progress was made and was careful not to be too damaging in their assessment.

ATHENS - The ultra-rightist Spartiates (Spartans) party in Greece’s Parliament has been prohibited by the Supreme Court from participating in June elections for the European Parliament seen as a litmus test for the ruling New Democracy.

Greece’s drive to get tourists to keep coming year round for attractions other than beaches, summer, sun and islands should include showing off the health benefits of its hot springs.

The July 23, 2018 wildfires that killed 104 people, more fires in 2022 and 2023, as well as floods that killed people and livestock caught Greece off guard, but the government has responded with a three-day disaster exercise preparing for more.


A Palestinian Baby in Gaza is Born an Orphan in an Urgent Cesarean Section after an Israeli Strike

RAFAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Sabreen Jouda came into the world seconds after her mother left it.

Indians Vote in the First Phase of the World’s Largest Election as Modi Seeks a Third Term

NEW DELHI (AP) — Millions of Indians began voting Friday in a six-week election that's a referendum on Narendra Modi, the populist prime minister who has championed an assertive brand of Hindu nationalist politics and is seeking a rare third term as the country's leader.

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