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Greece’s Jewish community extends wishes to healthcare workers, Covid-19 patients

In its message for this year's Pessach (Passover), the Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece (KIS) on Tuesday extended its wishes to healthcare professionals and those who have contracted Covid-19.

"Our thoughts are with our fellow citizens who are sick and we pray so that God helps them 'pass over' from the loneliness of pain to the joy of life," KIS said in a press release.

717 Dogs from Municipal Shelters in Sofia Have Been Adopted since the Beginning of the Year

From the beginning of 2019 to the end of October, 717 dogs from the shelters of municipal enterprise Ecoravnovesie found a new home, for comparison, for the entire 2018, 600 dogs were adopted. During the same period, 2,260 dogs were neutered, and 286 dogs were treated in the municipal veterinary clinic, 374 backyard dogs were neutered, the Sofia Municipality press office reported.

Today Is the World Dog Day!

On August 26, we celebrate World Dog Day. On this day, dog lovers celebrate with their four-legged, furry friends.

Our pets are an integral part of the family. They are loyal, loving, and dedicated, and despite the fact that their mischief can sometimes make a person out of balance, no dog owner would part with his best friend.

Fred Boissonas in Egypt | Athens | To May 20

The Benaki Museum's Pireos Street annex presents "Fred Boissonas in Egypt," an exhibition of photographs taken by the late Swiss photographer on two visits to Egypt: the first in 1929 on the invitation of King Fuad I and the second in 1933, where he followed the route of the Israelites described in "Exodus" to Mount Sinai. Opening hours are Thursday & Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Brutal Animal Cruelty: Unknown Person Cut the Legs of a Dog, Now Fighting for its Life

Mimi was found days ago by Anastasia Haritu, Dariknews.bg reported

The dog is currently being treated. Today it's a bit calmer, but the severe infection must be handled, "said Anastasia Haritu.

Operations will then be made and it will be clear if prosthetics can be made.

Mystery man kissing Obama’s daughter Malia revealed (video-photo)

The student who was caught passionately kissing former First Daughter Malia Obama before the Harvard-Yale football game on Saturday is a British import, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal.
Rory Farquharson was head boy at one of England’s most prestigious schools before deciding to continue his studies at the Ivy League university, where he is now in his sophomore year.

Paralyzed dog getting help from animal lovers

A stray dog whose back legs were paralyzed after he was hit by a car could eventually walk again thanks to the efforts of a good Samaritan in Central Anatolia.

Mehmet Köksal, who feeds stray animals in his neighborhood every day, devised a makeshift cart from a shopping trolley for the dog, which was hit by a car in Kırıkkale. 

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