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NEWS ARCHIVE - July 2021

July 19, 2021

"Give back the Olympics to Greece"

Story at Washington Monthly [English]

"Cold front" arrives in Greece with heavy rain

Weather at Protothema [English]

Athens Riviera presentation coming from Lamda

Elliniko conversion image and story at Naftemporiki [Greek] about Lamda public presentation coming on Tuesday

Fears over Delta mutation dampens stocks, investing, economic outlook

Story at [Greek]

Stocks at ATHEX, Europe and USA fall

Story at Imerisia [Greek]

EU money and the impact on banks in Greece

Story at Euromoney [English]

Concern for the greater pathogenicity of Delta mutation

Story at Skai [Greek]

2.3 million tourists so far this season

Counting data at Keep Talking Greece [English] and at eKathimerini [English]

Polling shows ND still well ahead of SYRIZA, but by smaller numbers

Story at Imerisia [Greek]

Pandemic case count at 459,146

Data at Naftemporiki [Greek]

Banning unvaccinated from retail?

Story at Protothema [English]

Worsening weather for Central and Northern Greece

Weather at Naftemporiki [Greek]

Erdogan says "no waiting another 50 years for solution on Cyprus"

Story at Skai [Greek]

Erdogan in North Cyprus

Story at Cyprus Mail [English]

Police arrest you tube journalists quickly for covering protests against Erdogan in Turkey

Story at the UK Times [English]

"Islamic police" in the center of Athens?

Story at Ta Nea [Greek]

Tolis Voskopoulos Obituary

Born in Greece's main port city of Piraeus on July 26, 1940, to parents who were refugees from Asia Minor, Voskopoulos was the youngest of 12 children and the only boy. He began his career as an actor, first appearing on stage at the age of 18 in 1953, and made his film debut a few years later in 1963. His first major musical success was considered to be the 1968 song "Agonia," composed by Giorgos Zambetas, which sold more than 300,000 copies, a record-breaking figure for Greek music at the time.

Obituary at CTV News [English]

Tolis Voskopoulos has died

Erdogan pressure on Cyprus in an "atmosphere of war"

Story at Kathimerini [Greek]

Violations of restrictions result in fines and "padlocks"

Story at Imerisia [Greek]

The vaccination bonus money for certain age groups

Stiry at Keep Talking Greece [English]

The spread of the Delta mutation on Crete

Story at Skai [Greek]

The continued effect of the Delta mutation on the stock market

Story at Powergame [Greek]

Panhellenic 2021 minimum admission announced by the Ministry of Education

Story at Kathimerini [Greek]

Wind, hail and rain

Weather predictions at Ethnos [Greek]

Increased tourism traffic through Piraeus

Story at Parapolitika [Greek]

Subsidy rate decision this week for tourism

Story at Naftemporiki [Greek]

Five islands that could get "mini-lockdown"

Story at Iefimerida [Greek]

Transfer of 16% of Piraeus to China continues

Story at Powergame [Greek]

Covering up Greek signage in Famagusta, Cyprus

Story at Eleftherostypos [Greek]

Time running out for historical Greek Orphanage building in Turkey

Story at Greek City Times [English]

Graben Street Athens

Graben Street, Athens

NEWS ARCHIVE - July 2021


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