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Deborah Kyvrikosaios

Joy and caution as Greek shops re-open amid strict safety limits

Jan 18 2021

ATHENS Shops in Greece reopened for the first time in two months on Monday as the government took its first steps towards easing coronavirus restrictions to try to breathe life into the retail sector.

Joy and caution as Greek shops re-open amid strict safety limits

Jan 18 2021

ATHENS Shops in Greece reopened for the first time in two months on Monday as the government took its first steps towards easing coronavirus restrictions, in a bid to breathe life into the battered retail sector.

Joy and caution as Greek shops re-open amid strict safety limits

Jan 18 2021

ATHENS, Jan 18 Shops in Greece reopened for the first time in two months on Monday as the government took its first steps towards easing coronavirus restrictions, in a bid to breathe life into the battered retail sector.

Greeks escape lockdown for the beach as winter temperatures soar

Jan 10 2021

ATHENS Greeks headed to beaches and public parks on Sunday as a rare January heat wave offered a respite from the coronavirus lockdown that has thrown life across Europe into disarray.

'No law can order us': Greek Christians defy COVID ban on Epiphany services

Jan 06 2021

ATHENS Greek Christian churches held Epiphany services on Wednesday, openly defying government coronavirus restrictions that banned public gatherings including religious ceremonies on one of the most important days of the Orthodox calendar.

'No law can order us': Greek Christians defy COVID ban on Epiphany services

Jan 06 2021

ATHENS (Reuters) -Greek Christian churches held Epiphany services on Wednesday, openly defying government coronavirus restrictions that banned public gatherings including religious ceremonies on one of the most important days of the Orthodox calendar.

'No law can order us': Greek Christians defy COVID ban on Epiphany services

Jan 06 2021

ATHENS, Jan 6 Greek Christian churches held Epiphany services on Wednesday, openly defying government coronavirus restrictions that banned public gatherings including religious ceremonies on one of the most important days of the Orthodox calendar.

Greek nursing home gets "best New Year's present" as vaccinations begin

Jan 04 2021

ATHENS Greece started vaccinating elderly care home residents against COVID-19 on Monday in the next phase of its inoculation campaign begun nine days ago.

Greece opening to tourists in July but hoteliers fear empty beaches

Apr 30 2020

ATHENS Greece hopes to welcome back tourists from July, but hoteliers expect a bleak season, fearing the coronavirus pandemic will keep visitors away and beaches empty. | Video

Robots, clocks and computers: How Ancient Greeks got there first

Feb 18 2020

ATHENS A humanoid figure dressed as a maid holds a jug in its right hand and, as hidden gears click and whirr, lifts it and pours wine into a cup a bystander has placed into the palm of its left.

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