News archive of November 2018
Olympiakos produced an emphatic win over Buducnost Podgorica in Piraeus on Friday, a few hours after Panathinaikos succumbed once again on the road, this time at Khimki.
The Reds scored their sixth win in 10 games beating Buducnost by 22 (92-70), i.e. the team that last week had ended the unbeaten run of CSKA Moscow.
Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said on Friday that although the protection of debtors' main residences will be abolished in January 2019 when the Katseli law ceases to apply, the government is seeking ways to ensure that debtors in need of protection are not left without a safety net and is aiming to present a solution soon.
President Klaus Iohannis said on Friday that the nation's great victories are possible if the Romanians stay united and not divided.
Following the arrival earlier this week of a storm system dubbed Penelope, which saw temperatures plummet across Greece, the first snow blanketed mountains surrounding Attica, particularly in the Parnitha range. Up to 10 centimeters of snow fell at the popular Bafi refuge on Parnitha. Authorities said that snow chains are now required to get to the refuge.
A mosaic from a church in Hama, Syria. An archaeologist sounded the alarm on Friday over the plight of antiquities in Syria at a conference on Byzantine monuments and world heritage in Thessaloniki. The focus of the conference, which ends tomorrow, is a charter on intervention principles for Byzantine monuments.