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Beer in Greece dates back to Bronze Age

Greek City Times 01 Feb 2023
“It is an unexpected find for Greece, because until now all evidence pointed to wine”, study researcher Tania Valamoti, an associate professor of archaeology at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, in Greece, said in an interview with the website Live Science.
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There’s Something About Mary

Greek City Times 01 Feb 2023
Fast forward to a now 30-year-old confident successful international model, with an illustrious thriving career that most aspiring models dream of! From living in Miami, New York, Los Angeles and now Greece, the Greek-Australian beauty has travelled to almost everywhere in the ...
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Efstathios Tsitlakidis: Second Pilot of fallen F-4 Jet confirmed dead

Greek City Times 01 Feb 2023
Pilot issued distress signal before the jet crashed off western Greece ... The last time an F-4 Phantom crashed in Greece was on Mount Parnassus on June 15, 2004. Both pilots lost their lives ... READ MORE ... Tags. Efstathios Tsitlakidis, F-4, F-4 crash, Greece news, Greek news, Marios Touroutsikas ... 0. 0 ... Greece slashed road fatalities by more than 50% in 2020 ... .
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The 25 best games on Game Pass for Xbox and PC

Games Radar 01 Feb 2023
This sprawling action-adventure game, set across a beautifully rendered Ancient Greece, will let you progress from outcast to living legend ... Minecraft works as well as it does because it lives by a simple mantra.
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Skroutz expands deliveries in eurozone

Ekathimerini 31 Jan 2023
Now that Skroutz Marketplace is available, it can send products to 20 countries, including Greece and Cyprus ... When this is achieved, then many more consumers from outside Greece will have the opportunity to make purchases, and not only Greeks who live in other European countries or those who know Greek.
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Greeks abroad show low interest in casting ballot

Ekathimerini 30 Jan 2023
To be able to vote from afar, someone must have lived in Greece for at least two years in the last 35 and have submitted a tax return in Greece in the last two years ...
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McCaughey: Spendaholic politicians are destroying your economic future

Longview News-Journal 30 Jan 2023
Most people don’t lie awake at night worried about the national debt ... is in the company of nations such as Mozambique, Bhutan, Angola, Portugal and Greece. We don’t want our kids to live in a crumbling economy ... Ordinary people who live on credit cards and pay only the monthly minimum can tell you that ... economy and our standard of living are destroyed.
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THE KILLER JOB AT INEC

This Day 30 Jan 2023
If he succeeds, Professor Yakubu will go quietly and live the rest of his life in Kobi, his hometown, in Toro Local Government Area of Bauchi state or remain in Abuja like others ... This is a country of over 200 million people whose lives must not be messed up by desperate politicians.
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Live longer with these dishes from ‘blue zones’ in America

CNN 29 Jan 2023
In a few, unique communities around the globe, people live long and heathy lives, up to and past 100 ... The Italian island of Sardinia was where one of the first groups of centenarians were studied — soon, similar long-lived people were discovered in Ikaria, Greece; Okinawa, Japan; Nicoya, Costa Rica; and Loma Linda, California.
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MCCAUGHEY: Spendaholic politicians are destroying economic future

Toronto Sun 29 Jan 2023
Most people don’t lie awake at night worried about the national debt ... ... is in the company of nations such as Mozambique, Bhutan, Angola, Portugal and Greece. We don’t want our kids to live in a crumbling economy ... Ordinary people who live on credit cards and pay only the monthly minimum can tell you that ... economy and our standard of living are destroyed.
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91-year-old retired Kearney resident reflects on his 'wonderful life,' years of travel

Kearney Hub 28 Jan 2023
He’s explored much of the world, from Scotland to Europe to Greece, Syria, Egypt, Jerusalem and Turkey. He lived for a year in Cambridge, England, too ... Now retired, Rupprecht lives with his daughter, Rebecca Lillyman, and her family in Kearney, but history has shadowed him throughout his life ... “We traveled all over Greece.
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McKay's life path leads to Habitat

Fremont Tribune 28 Jan 2023
The road that brought McKay to Fremont began in Indiana, where she was born, then went to Greece and Wyoming ... They lived there briefly before moving to Athens, Greece, where her dad, the late Savas Joannides, was a pastor. “We lived there for six years,” she said ... She lived in Anderson, Indiana, where she graduated from high school.
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78th International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Righteous Among the Nations

Democratic Underground 28 Jan 2023
Thousands of people put their own lives on the line in order to protect a variety of people who were being targeted by the Nazis ... Princess Alice (Greece) ... During World War II, Princess Alice lived in the Athens palace of her brother in law, Prince George of Greece, and worked with the Swedish and Swiss Red Cross.
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Clift: Women pose threat

Times Argus 28 Jan 2023
In ancient Greece, women were thought to hinder democracy as the weaker sex. Considered property, they lived in seclusion without rights, valued only as the bearers of male progeny ... Elayne Clift lives in Brattleboro.
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Greek government survives no-confidence vote over wiretaps

Killeen Daily Herald 27 Jan 2023
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece’s government on Friday survived, as expected, a no-confidence vote following a motion by the country’s opposition leader over a wiretapping scandal that has stung the center-right governing party in the run-up to elections ... Greece is to hold elections in the first half of 2023, although no date has yet been set.

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