Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki also known as Thessalonica, Salonika or Salonica, is the second-largest city in Greece and the capital of the region of Macedonia. Greeks consider it like συμπρωτεύουσα (the associated-capital) of the Northern Greece. Indeed, Thessaloniki was already the largest city of the Byzantine Empire after Constantinople.

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Country: Greece Population: 385 406

Man found dead in Thessaloniki apartment

A 49-year-old man was found dead late Sunday night inside his apartment in the district of Evosmos, of the northern city of Thessaloniki.

His body was discovered in a pool of blood by a relative who called the police.

Initial forensic findings show that the man bore neck injuries, possibly from a sharp object;

The police is investigating the case as a possible homicide.

Thermal cameras installed at Athens and Thessaloniki railway stations

A woman passes a thermal camera used to detect abnormally high body temperatures among passengers arriving at Larissis railway station in Athens on Friday. Train operator Trainose began operating the thermal cameras it has installed at railway stations in Athens and Thessaloniki as an additional precaution against the spread of coronavirus and for the protection of passengers and staff.

Cyclist attacked by pack of dogs in Seih Sou forest

Local authorities in the northern port city of Thessaloniki have sounded the alarm over the increasing frequency of stray dogs attacking people.
According to reports on Thursday, the latest incident was last Monday, when a cyclist was attacked by a pack of 10 dogs in the Seih Sou forest.
"I would have been killed if a car hadn't passed by and helped me," he said.

Thermal cameras installed at Athens and Thessaloniki main railway stations

Italian-owned railway operator Trainose will on Friday begin operating the thermal cameras it has installed at the two main railway stations in Athens and Thessaloniki as an additional precautionary measure against the spead of coronavirus and for the protection of passengers and staff.

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