Thessaloniki's Aristotle University
The following scene comes from a not-so-distant future. Fictional (though not out of this world) as it may be, it is nevertheless based on actual reports. It has already been announced that English-language programs will soon be made available by Greek universities in a bid to attract foreign students.
A 45-year-old mother and her 17-year-old daughter who went missing last week and whose bodies were found at the bottom of a 120-meter-deep ravine in Pieria, northern Greece on Sunday, died instantly, according to the results on Monday of an autopsy conducted at Thessaloniki's Aristotle University.
The results of toxicology tests are expected in the coming days.
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades has said the Mediterranean island will "not waver under threats" and continue efforts to reach a peace settlement.
"We will not waver under threats and we will continue to fight for the issue," Anastasiades said after being awarded with an honorary law degree from the Law School of Thessaloniki's Aristotle University on Thursday.
Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) technology is arriving in Athens on Tuesday, with the Hellenic Trade Council aspiring to expand the modern Silk Road into an innovation channel between Greece and China by introducing Chen Haibo, founder and chief executive officer of DeepBlue Technology, to the Greek public.