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PM Mitsotakis cites Greek Constitution to back mandatory vaccinations
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PM Mitsotakis cites Greek Constitution to back mandatory vaccinations

makis - Jul 23, 2021

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis cited the Greek Constitution in response to those opposing mandatory Covid-19 vaccination during his meeting with the President of the Hellenic Republic, Katerina…

Who Has Spent The Most Time In Space? (infographic)
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Who Has Spent The Most Time In Space? (infographic)

Panos - Jul 22, 2021

As Russia celebrates 60 years since Yuri Gagain became the first person to orbit the Earth, the state of space travel looks very different. While Gagarin’s amazing feat lasted…

What Do Americans Think Of Famous Billionaires? (infographic)
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What Do Americans Think Of Famous Billionaires? (infographic)

Panos - Jul 22, 2021

Hot on the heels of fellow billionaire Richard Branson, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is set to blast into space. He will travel onboard New Shepard, a rocket…

PM Mitsotakis celebrates Giannis NBA title win
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PM Mitsotakis celebrates Giannis NBA title win

Panos - Jul 21, 2021

Like most Greeks, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis was supporting Giannis Antetokounmpo, and immediately after the triumph, he shared congratulations via Twitter! “Incredible Yannis! Greeks everywhere celebrate!” was…

Giannis did it! The Bucks are NBA champions
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Giannis did it! The Bucks are NBA champions

Panos - Jul 21, 2021

The NBA has a new champion. The Milwaukee Bucks pulled out a tough 105-98 victory over the Phoenix Suns in Game 6 on Tuesday night to win…

2,500-year-old free-standing statues found in western Anatolia
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2,500-year-old free-standing statues found in western Anatolia

Panos - Jul 20, 2021

Hurriyet Daily News reports that two 2,500-year-old free-standing statues and an inscription have been discovered in western Anatolia’s ancient city of Euromos, at the site of the Roman…