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17 Years Ago Today: Libya's Supreme Court Upholds Death Sentences for Five Bulgarian Nurses in AIDS Case

Seventeen years ago today, Libya's Supreme Court of Cassation confirmed conclusively the death sentences imposed on five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor on December 19, 2006 by the Criminal Court on charges of deliberate HIV infection of hundreds of Libyan children in Benghazi.

Feneos: The Abyss with Thousands of Dead Civilians, Victims of ELAS and OPLA

One of the most heinous and gruesome actions carried out by ELAS and OPLA during the Occupation was the massacre of thousands of civilians from Argolis and Corinthia near the Holy Monastery of Agios Georgios Feneos. Their bodies were thrown into the abyss of Feneos, also known as the “Windmill Hole” on a commemorative plaque for the victims.

George Tsunis to Danikas: “We, the USA, stand by Greece no matter what happens”

The meeting was as warm and spontaneous as never before in my journalistic adventure. Here’s exactly what happened last Thursday on Xenokratous sidewalk outside a well-known café. I saw him exit the embassy’s massive car and at first contact, he hugged me, spoke to me in the familiar manner as if we had known each other for years. “Dimitri, I’m glad to see you” (in Greek)

Important wins for Volos and Panetolikos, as PAS is sinking

Volos scored a precious road win on the opening day of the Super League playouts, while PAS Giannina increasingly appears doomed to relegation.

The seven-round mini tournament, that will decide which two teams will go down to Super League 2, started on Saturday, with crucial wins for Volos and Panetolikos.

Türkiye can help Libya use its potential in energy: Minister

Türkiye is ready to cooperate with companies and other countries to help Libya unleash its huge potential in energy, Energy and Natural Resources Minister Alparslan Bayraktar has said.

Libya is important not only for Türkiye but also for global markets, Bayraktar said in a speech he delivered at the Energy and Economy Summit held in Tripoli on the weekend.

New year brings highway toll hike

Higher toll fees at toll stations, in both major and auxiliary roads, increased on Greek roads as of Monday, following earlier announcements by concessionaires. 

On Olympia Odos, the new fees implemented for vehicles affect the following highways: Patra-Athens, Antirrio-Ioannina, Corinth-Tripoli-Kalamata and the Lefktro-Sparta section, as well as the Rio-Antirrio bridge. 

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