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The vote abroad in the November 10 presidential election ended with the closing of the last polling stations on the West Coast of the United States of America and Canada, at 21:00hrs, local (7:00hrs Romania's time).
Chinese President Xi Jinping has arrived in Athens on a two-day official visit.
Xi was met at the Athens Airport by Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias.
On Monday, Xi is due to meet President Prokopis Pavlopoulos, who visited China last May, and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. Xi and Mitsotakis also met a few days ago, at the China International Import Expo in Shanghai.
John Kipkorir Komen of Kenya has won the 37th Athens Marathon.
The 42-year-old clocked 2 hours 16 minutes 34 seconds, beating Rwanda's Felicien Muhitira, 17 years his junior, by 9 seconds.
Greek runner Costas Gelaouzos finished third in 2:19:02.
Greece's Eleftheria Petroulaki won the women's race in 2:39:00, finishing 35th overall.
As the world commemorates 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the bullet-riddled sandstone walls of abandoned, crumbling homes and concrete machine gun nests dotting Cyprus' no man's land serve as a jarring reminder of another divided capital — the world's last — on Europe's southeastern frontier.
People in Greece will be able to witness a rare celestial show on Monday as Mercury passes between the sun and Earth, a phenomenon that is not expected to occur again until 2032.
The transit of Mercury is expected to be spotted in Greece shortly after 2.30 p.m. and will last for around five hours, according to experts.
Radio Pepper Church Sessions presents Sugahspank! & The Swing Shoes, with special guest Moa Bones in an evening of swing numbers at Saint Paul's Anglican Church in Athens on Monday, November 11. Sugahspank! & The Swing Shoes have been collaborating since 2008, performing together at venues and festivals in Greece and abroad, and have released two albums together.