Prime Minister Mitsotakis welcomes rescue efforts in Turkey

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Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis praised the efforts of rescuers in the earthquake-hit regions of Turkey in a Turkish-language tweet on Tuesday evening. “Images that fill us with pain are followed by images that fill us with hope: only respect for the superhuman efforts of the rescue teams. Greeks and Turks side by side, fighting together to save lives....

Schools will remain closed in weather-affected Attica cities; open markets to resume work

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Elementary and middle schools in areas still facing challenges from the Barbara weather front will remain closed for a third day Wednesday, Attica Regional Director George Patoulis said Tuesday after meetings with mayors and meteorologists. In addition, he said, all outdoor markets throughout Attica can reopen starting Wednesday. They were closed on Monday and Tuesday.Municipalities themselves will receive more...

Russia threatens the US representative with expulsion for anti-war posts

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Russia's foreign ministry warned the new US ambassador to Moscow on Tuesday that it would begin expelling her staff if the embassy continued to criticize the war in Ukraine on its social media accounts, state media reported reportedciting a high-ranking source in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As reported by RIA Novosti, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a message...

In 2022, 1.2 million visitors visited the Clerigos Tower

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The Clerigos Tower received 1.2 million visitors last year, according to a statement from the Irmandade dos Clérigos, which manages the monument, which includes a church, museum and bell tower. The number of visitors has tripled compared to 2021, but is 30% lower than 2019.The iconic Baroque structure, designed in the 18th century by the...

Russia’s central bank is under pressure to be “more optimistic” – Bloomberg

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President Vladimir Putin's government is pressuring Russia's Central Bank to be "more optimistic" about the country's economy amid the invasion of Ukraine and international sanctions, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. Russian officials reportedly want the Bank of Russia to send a "clearer hint" that interest rates may drop later this year, Bloomberg reported, citing its sources. The head of the Central...

Animals awaiting adoption visit schools in Porto

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At the beginning of the year, sessions on the treatment of animals began. The first familiarization visit took place with students of the 4th year of Escola Básica da Vilarinha. They are promoted by sustainability education groups and the Centro de Recolha Oficial de Animais (CROA). They aim to show students how to care for animals,...

The Russian was fined for discussing the fine for Zelensky’s dream

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A Russian court in the Siberian city of Chita fined a local resident for telling the press about the fine he received earlier for telling about a dream about Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, independent Media Zone reports. informed on Tuesday. Ivan Losev was fined 70,000 rubles ($986) for "discrediting" the Russian armed forces after he gave an...

Russia claims a “successful” advance near the Ukrainian Bakhmut

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The Russian army is "successfully" advancing in the area of ​​the eastern Ukrainian cities of Bakhmut and Vugledar, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shaigu said. said Tuesday. "The US and its allies are trying to drag out the conflict as long as possible," Shaigu said, referring to military aid promised to Kiev by American and European allies. "Such steps...