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Editorial: The Greece we deserve

Greece is headed toward a double general election, as the first is highly unlikely to yield a single-party government (which is the PM's objective) or a viable coalition government with a second party.

Everyone in the ruling party and the opposition is discussing and preparing for this double election.

Arrested Greek spy confesses activity in Türkiye: CNN Türk

Mohammed Amar Ampara, arrested on June 26 with a charge of "working for Greek intelligence service EYP," has confessed all his espionage activities inside Türkiye in his testimony, Turkish private national broadcaster CNN Türk has alleged.

According to the TV station, the Greek spy gave all information of his three contacts in the EYP to Turkish officers.

Despite strong summer start, Europe’s aviation industry frets

Air traffic is booming this summer, but after European vacations are over will passenger demand hold up?

The question was the focus of the annual congress of the Airports Council International (ACI) Europe in Rome last week, held at the cusp of the approaching peak season.

Türkiye’s spy agency captures Greek citizen on espionage suspicion

Türkiye's national intelligence organisation caught a Greek citizen on suspicion of espionage activities on behalf of Athens, Demirören News Agency reported on June 25. 

Mohamed Amar Ampara, who was captured in Türkiye, was being interrogated by the spy agency, the agency reported.

Bulgarians are Shortening their Holidays at the Seaside because of Expensive Fuels

This year the road to the sea will cost us much more than last year. In June 2021, the average price of A-95 gasoline was about BGN 2.12, which is far below the current fuel rates.

Before it starts to smell like the sea, it usually smells like gasoline and this year of heavy gasoline spending. Currently, fuels are priced in a way that can ruin any holiday or at least shorten it.

Greece to spend 190 mln euros to enlarge Crete Naval Base

Greece has hit the button to actualize 13 military projects worth some 800 million euros, including the enlargement of a navy base in the Souda Bay of the island of Crete that will cost around 190 million euros.