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Eiffel Tower Will Be Open for Visitors as of July 16

The Eiffel Tower will reopen on July 16 after several months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Paris landmark's operator said on Thursday.

Visitor numbers will be limited to 10,000 a day to meet social distancing requirements, fewer than half of their pre-Covid levels, operator Sete told AFP.

After the deal

The Greek-Italian accord signed on Tuesday that defines the two countries' maritime boundaries and draws a line between their exclusive economic zones is a perfect illustration of the significant benefits that can be reaped as a result of active, discreet and methodical diplomatic efforts.

Computers, sculptures, dance gather at Odunpazarı Modern Museum

Eskişehir's Odunpazarı Modern Museum (OMM) hosts Karina Smigla-Bobinski's "Ada," an interactive kinetic sculpture and installation, welcoming the visitors to play with it. The opening of the exhibition and installation was presented with a performance by dancer Li Kehua on Feb. 15.

The Copy-Paste Inventor Died

The American computer scientist Larry Tesler died on February 17 at the age of 74, The Portal reported. He is known as the inventor of functions copy and paste in computer interfaces.

Born in New York in 1945, he studied computer science at Stanford University in the 1960s. In 1980 he started working for the company, where he remained until 1997.

Attica burglary racket broken up by police

Six suspected member of a burglary racket believed to be behind at least 22 break-ins and thefts in northeastern Attica faced an Athens prosecutor on Monday on multiple theft charges.
The racket's loot is believed to be worth in excess of 328,000 euros.
The six suspects were arrested following a police sweep in the areas of Zefyri and Ano Liosia last Friday.