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NEWS ARCHIVE - September 30


September 30, 2020

New night time lighting design begins on Acropolis

This is the first of a series of projects to upgrade the Acropolis' infrastructure that are both funded and implemented by the Onassis Foundation.

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The new design reduces light pollution and better showcases the structure through subtle lighting changes to intensify the "three dimensional" aspects of the buildings. Story at MSN News [English] and at Eleftherostypos [Greek]


Spain supports Cyprus exclusive EEZ

Story at The Hour [English] - Spain’s foreign minister stated that they do not accept "unilateral solutions" or "unilateral moves," aligning Spain with most of Europe against Turkey's recent actions.

OASA cooperation with the KTEL of Attica begins

Story at Eleftherostypos [Greek] and new buses on the roads in Athens story at Liberal [Greek]

Recession predictions continue

Story at Naftemporiki [Greek]

The American base at Incirlik and its nuclear bombs

Story at Eleftherostypos [Greek]

Pandemic case count at 18,475

Details at Iefimerida [Greek]

European Council president Michel: all options available for dealing with Turkey

Story at Eleftherostypos

Pompeo describes new plan for naval station at Souda

Upgrade to the US presence - eKathimerini [English]

Turkey's currency is at record low

Story at Protothema [English]

Significant number of refugees missing

Numbers at Ta Nea [Greek]

OLA Laikon Fighters group link to bomb

Story at Iefimerida [Greek] and at Skai [Greek]

Vodafone Network temporarily crashed

Story at Eleftherostypos [Greek]

"Bridge" program extensions

Story at Naftemporiki [Greek]

American base in Greece to be expanded

The Hershel “Woody” Williams, a Expeditionary Sea Base ship, is assigned to the U.S. Africa Command and is not the kind of vessel that might intervene in a high-intensity conflict, should rising strains between Turkey and Greece — two NATO allies — boil over. But its deployment at Souda Bay, a joint U.S.-Greek base near where Turkey earlier this year sent survey and drilling ships to search for gas, could serve as a symbolic warning of America’s growing irritation with Ankara. The dispute with Turkey — along with how to resolve it — was chief among the priorities of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of Greece following a series of meetings and tours at Souda Bay on Tuesday with the American secretary of state, Mike Pompeo.

NY Times headline says the base is near "disputed territory" but a look at a map of Western Crete shows that's not the case, and the article later indicates the base at Souda is near the maritime sea areas that Turkey has been exploring. The NY Times writer doesn't stress that the USS Hershel "Woody" Williams isn't a military craft, and has a partially civilian crew, it is instead an infrastructure ship, this indicates that significant building will be happening.

Greece moves more refugees from camps

Story at UK Telegraph [English]



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Background stories on the stalemate between Turkey and Greece 2020

Article discussing Greece and Turkey here


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