News archive of May 2017

ATHEX: Minor drop for most stocks after early rise

Morning gains gave way to small losses for the majority of Greek stocks on Wednesday as traders had their eyes firmly fixed on developments at the conference on Greece in Frankfurt.

The Athens Exchange (ATHEX) general index closed at 775.24 points, shedding 0.10 percent from Tuesday's 776.02 points. The large-cap FTSE 25 index contracted 0.13 percent to 2,061.55 points.

747 pilot takes stunning photos from his cockpit (AMAZING PHOTOS)

The flying Dutchman, aka JPC Van Heijst, has probably the most awesome office on the planet. And although we’ve already seen some of the amazing photos he’s taken, we still haven’t seen the actual spectacle these pilots witness, with all the lights and switches in the way. Until now.

CNN got a Rodeo Clown fired for Obama mask – CNN still employs Kathy Griffin!

The USA are going crazy over Kathy Griffin’s unacceptable photo with the severed head of President Donald Trump, as CNN has so far failed to end the cooperations with her.

Just read the following article and you will see how badly CNN has dealt with its employee’s sick sense of humor…

Prosecutor tries to revoke penalty for sit-in pupils

Supreme Court prosecutor Xeni Dimitriou on Wednesday asked that a Rethymno court revoke a ruling ordering 80 days of community service for three schoolchildren who were found guilty of participating in the occupation of their schools last September.

Greek models “play” at Instagram! (SEXY PHOTOS)

Greek women are having funin Instagram!

These are the hottest Greek women in Instagram and here are some of their posts!

Enjoy them!…

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Hair growth discovery could help develop a treatment for hair loss

Scientists have taken another step towards understanding the cause of alopecia and other forms of baldness, including male-pattern balding. With a little more research, the discovery could one day lead to a treatment for hair loss.

Every day is a sunny day in Solar Valley near Novi Sad

Since many years energy efficiency has become one of the major topics in the Western Balkans. Thanks to foreign governmental institutions, this topic leads the top of the list.

Vucic takes oath of office, assumes Serbian presidency

AP Photo/ Darko Vojinovic

Serbian President-elect Aleksandar Vucic pledged to keep the country's territorial integrity including Kosovo and Metohija during his inaugural ceremony, a Sputnik correspondent reported on Wednesday.

On April 2, Vucic won the country's presidential election, receiving over 55 percent of votes.

EU funds to go toward Attica waste facilities

Alternate Environment Minister Sokratis Famelos announced Wednesday that 150 million euros of available European Union funds will be used for waste management projects in Attica.

NGO suspends two workers over alleged migrant abuse

After Greek judicial authorities launched an investigation into claims that two employees of the international aid agency Mercy Corps sexually harassed migrants in Greek reception centers and misused funds intended for their welfare, the group has said it is also probing the allegations.