France gain the lead with a penalty

Euro 2024: France, Winners over Greece, Continue their Faultless Performance

With this new victory counting for the qualifications for Euro 2024, the French football team has a large lead at the head of their group. France ended their rich season with a narrow victory against a catchy Greek selection (1-0), a fourth success in a row which allows the France team to see Euro-2024 in Germany in the […]

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Lighting of the Olympic flame during a ceremony in Athens on October 19, 2021

Paris 2024 Olympic Games: The Olympic Flame will Begin its Journey in France in Marseille on 8th May 2024

SYMBOL: After a crossing of about ten days from Greece, the Olympic flame will disembark from Belem, one of the oldest three masters in Europe to still sail Marseille city will have to wait another year before being the first French city to see the Olympic flame for the Paris 2024 Games. It will indeed land […]

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Unvaccinated carers can work again in Greece.

Covid-19: In Greece, Unvaccinated Caregivers Have Returned to Work

PANDEMIC: The Council of State in Greece forced the government to lift the restrictions Medical staff not vaccinated against Covid-19 returned to work on Monday in Greece, sixteen months after their suspension, announced the Hellenic Federation of Public Hospital Employees (Poedin) in a press release. This return of some 2,000 caregivers to public hospitals and ambulance services follows a decision by the […]

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A Rafale fighter jet during an air show at the Hindon Air Force Station on the outskirts of New Delhi, India, Oct. 8, 2020.

Greece Approves Purchase of 18 French-Made Rafale Fighter Planes Amid Tensions with Turkey

ECONOMY: Greece has approved the purchase of 18 French-made Rafale Aircraft costing over 2 billion euros Greek lawmakers in a vote on Thursday approved a defence procurement program to purchase 18 French-made Rafale fighter planes, part of an armaments plan announced by the government in September. Greece has earmarked 11.5 billion euros ($14 billion) for […]

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Greece hopes to get coronavirus vaccine by December 2020

Coronavirus: Greece Hopes to Receive a Vaccine by December

COVID-19: The European Commission has reached an agreement with the pharmaceutical group AstraZeneca, “to acquire a potential vaccine against Coronavirus Covid-19, as well as to donate it to low and middle-income countries” Greek Minister of Health said Tuesday it hoped to receive the first batch of vaccines against the Covid-19 by December, under an agreement between the EU and the pharmaceutical industry. “If […]

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Greece is ready to receive tourists

Deconfinement: “Greece is Ready” to Receive Tourists, assures the Prime Minister

GREECE: “Everything is ready”, assured Kyriakos Mitsotakis on the eve of the reopening of the tourist season in Greece, relatively little affected by the coronavirus with 183 dead Prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of the emblematic island of Santorini assured on Saturday that Greece could now “welcome tourists” in complete safety after planetary confinement, whose impact on tourism will be “significant”. […]

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Greece Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras at a campaign rally in Athens on 5 July 2019

Legislative Elections in Greece: Soon the End for Alexis Tsipras?

Greece is back to the polls this Sunday 7th July 2019 to elect their new Prime Minister. Who will be elected between Alexis Tsipras, and the favourite, Kyriakos Mitsotakis? In stifling temperatures, Greece will vote on Sunday for early parliamentary elections at risk for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, which according to all forecasts should stumble after a record of […]

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras votes for European elections on May 26, 2019

European Elections: Beaten in Greece, Tsipras Announces Early Elections

RESULTS: The leftist party of the Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras has arrived clearly behind the conservatives at European Elections in Greece He heard the message from the ballot box. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras , whose leftist party has been heavily sanctioned in European elections and local elections, announced Sunday night that he would convene early elections in June, four months before […]

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Clément Kukla from Val d-Oise, made a no-faults winning 5 km, 4 × 1250 m and 10 km.

Val d’Oise: Swimmer of Sarcelles, Clement Kukla, Crowned in Greece

The swimmer of the Association Amicale et Sportive de Sarcelles (Aass) won the 5 km and the relay 4×1 250 m at the Confederation Cup of the Mediterranean. France Junior Champion of 5 km Gravelines and 800m in Rennes, Clement Kukla was an ideal leader for the France team of open water . The swimmer of the Association Amicale et Sportive […]

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Emmanuel Macron in Athens on 7 September 2017, calls for an overhaul of Europe.

Athens: Emmanuel Macron is in Favour of a Radical Reform of Europe

SPEECH: He also announced that he would support “transnational lists for the European elections” … A new Europe in sight. From the first day of his state visit to Greece, the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron , delivered a strong speech to “rebuild Europe”, restoring “sovereignty, democracy and trust.” To achieve this, he cited the creation of a […]

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