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Athens Newspapers Headlines: Monday 27/11 edition

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The Monday edition of Athens Dailies at a glance

ΕTHΝΟS: Extra contribution for 250,000 persons

ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: Swift exit for 2.5 million persons in social security fund IKA

ΕSΤΙΑ: The whole truth for pensions

EFIMERIDA ΤON SYNTAKTON: Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras clears out that he will not vote for a labour Medieval

KONTRA NEWS: Light shed into...

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Anastasiades calls on EU 27 to respect their signature on the Rome declaration

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President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, called today on the EU leaders to respect the commitments they undertook in signing the Declaration of Rome, with particular emphasis on the principle of solidarity and the implementation of the community acquis towards all member states, without exception.

“In addition to the historic day a...

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PM Tsipras to attend opening of ‘Nikos Beloyannis’ museum on Monday

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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will attend on Monday the opening of the permanent exhibition at the “Nikos Beloyannis” museum, in the house of the former Communist Party official in Amaliada.

He is also expected to address the event, which is scheduled at 12:00. The opening will also be attended by Parliament President Nikos Voutsis, Elida mayor...

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Scattered rain and northerly winds are forecast for Monday

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Scattered rain initially in the east and later in the rest of mainland Greece and northerly winds are forecast for Monday.

Wind velocity will reach 7 on the Beaufort scale. Clouds and rain in the northern parts of the country with temperatures ranging from 5C-15C. Scattered clouds and rain in the evening in the western parts with temperatures...

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Culture minister visits burned Bayezid mosque; says restoration will start soon

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Culture Minister Lydia Koniordou visited on Sunday the ruins of the Bayezid Mosque in Didimotycho, which was destroyed by a blaze on March 22, and said restoration of the 14th century building will start as soon as possible.

“I came to see with my own eyes all the destruction that has happened on one of the most important monuments in the Balkans a...

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NOA to launch international experiment in Crete to reveal secrets of desert dust

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The National Observatory of Athens (NOA) is launching an international experiment in Crete to research the mechanism by which desert dust travels great distances and ends up in countries like Greece, in order to be able to assess its impact on health, the environment and certan sectors of the economy.

The experiment, called Pre-TECT, will kick off...

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