News archive of July 2022

Covid και υπερκόπωση στο προσωπικό της Lufthansa προκαλούν χάος σε αεροδρόμια της Γερμανίας

Σχεδόν ένας στους τρεις εργαζόμενους της Lufthansa δηλώνει άρρωστος - Καθημερινά πέντε χιλιάδες «ορφανές» βαλίτσες στοιβάζονται στο αεροδρόμιο της Φρανκφούρτης αφού το προσωπικό δεν επαρκεί

Ukrainian Plane with "Dangerous Cargo" Crashed near Kavala Greece

An An-12 plane of a Ukrainian airline carrying "dangerous" cargo crashed shortly before 11 p.m. last night in northern Greece near the town of Paleochori, about 40 km from Kavala.

#BREAKING | Ukrainian plane Antonov 12 crashed in Greece.

— REALIST (@realistqx1) July 16, 2022

Aussie star Hewitt inducted into Tennis Hall of Fame

Lleyton Hewitt, a two-time Grand Slam champion and former world number one, was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame on July 16, a ceremony delayed from 2021 by COVID-19.

Hewitt won the 2001 U.S. Open and 2002 Wimbledon titles among 30 career ATP triumphs and helped Australia capture the Davis Cup in 1999 and 2003.

Kerley wins world 100m gold in US cleansweep

American Fred Kerley led a U.S. cleansweep as he stormed to victory in the men's 100m at the World Championships in Oregon on July 16.

Kerley, in lane four, trailed Marvin Bracy for 95 meters of the tight race, but managed to outdip his teammate for victory in 9.86 seconds at Eugene's Hayward Field.

French hopes flagging on Tour de ‘Lose’

Regional newspaper Le Progres groaned over the long wait for a home Tour de France stage winner this weekend with the scathing headline "Blue, Blanc, Lose," a play on the French tri-color using lose instead of Rouge.

Scholz: Germany’s increased coal, oil use will be temporary

Chancellor Olaf Scholz says Germany's decision to reactivate coal and oil-fired power plants to relieve energy shortages because of the war in Ukraine is only temporary and his government remains committed to doing "everything" to combat the climate crisis.