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Historic Olympiakos triumph at Arsenal

Olympiakos defeated Arsenal 2-1 in the last minute of extra time in London, against all odds, and qualified to the last 16 of the Europa League in a historic night not only for the Piraeus club but also for Greek soccer in general.

Turkey will no longer stop Syrian migrant flow to Europe, says official

Turkey has decided to no longer stop Syrian refugees from reaching Europe by land and sea, a senior Turkish official told Reuters on Thursday, in anticipation of the imminent arrival of refugees from Syria's Idlib where nearly a million have been displaced.

Reds' hoopsters narrowly lose at Maccabi

Olympiakos has got to be the least predictable team in this Euroleague, as on Thursday it very nearly upset Maccabi in Tel Aviv, before falling to a last-ditch effort by Scottie Wilbekin.

The Reds suffered their 15th loss in 26 games, going down 71-70 in Israel even though they went into the last three minutes with a seven-point lead.

Kosovo PM Offers to ‘Partially’ Lift Serbian Import Tariff

Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti on Thursday declared that his government would partially lift the 100-per-cent tariff imposed on imports from Serbia and Bosnia on 15 March, provoking a storm reaction from his predecessor, Ramush Haradinaj, who accused him of deception.

Ship from Venice Arrived in Burgas

The crew of a ship that arrived from northern Italy at the oil port in Burgas have been put under a quarantine. There are about 25 Filipinos aboard the vessel as the ship left Venice on February 21st and reached the Rosenetz Burgas port on Thursday. The tanker has a yellow flag raised and will remain with it until its departure from Burgas, medical authorities said.

Seventeen dead in a week from flu

The number of flu deaths in Greece since last October has risen to 77, according to the National Health Organization (EODY), which on Thursday reported that 17 people had died from complications from the flu over the past week.