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Oil Prices Rise with 10%

Oil prices have risen by more than 10% in Asian trade since the oil rig attack in Saudi Arabia. Amid fears of a surge in black gold prices, US President Donald Trump has allowed the release of oil from the United States Strategic Oil Reserve.

In Asian e-commerce, US light crude oil for delivery in October rose by nearly ten percent to $ 60.23 a barrel.

The European Parliament First Plenary Session after the Summer Begins

Strasbourg begins the first session of the European Parliament in the new political season. It will continue until Thursday inclusive.

Emphasis on the MEPs' agenda is the vote on Christine Lagarde's nomination for President of the European Central Bank. The vote is scheduled for Tuesday. On Wednesday, the main topic will be Brexit.

STOMP | Athens & Thessaloniki | September 17-18 & 21-22

The ultra-popular UK percussion and dance troupe STOMP will perform at the Melina Mercouri Open-Air Theater in Vyronas for two nights on September 17 and 18 before heading up to Thessaloniki for another four shows on September 21 and 22. STOMP is known for creating musical narratives using common objects including brooms and trash can lids.

STOMP | Athens | September 17-18

The ultra-popular UK percussion and dance troupe STOMP will perform at the Melina Mercouri Open-Air Theater in Vyronas for two nights on September 17 and 18. STOMP is known for creating musical narratives using common objects including brooms and trash can lids. In 2002, the group began performing at the Vaudeville Theater in London's West End.

Food and Drug Shortages - the Worst Case Scenario For Brexit Without a Deal

Food and drug shortages, as well as riots - this, according to a British government report, is the worst case scenario for Brexit without a deal. The ''Yellow Hammer'' file was first published in the British Sunday Times in early August, and after the insistence of the opposition, the ruling made the entire document public. 

Minister reacts to photos of damp stains at British Museum's Parthenon marbles gallery

Greek Culture Minister Leda Mendoni on Wednesday reacted to a report on the Cretapost.gr news site based on a series of photographs taken by a group of Cretan tourists on a recent visit to the exhibit of the Parthenon marbles at the British Museum in London.

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