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Melina Nikolaou is from Athens, Greece
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Το Mega Channel έκλεισε πριν από κάποιους μήνες και τώρα σιγά σιγά θα ολοκληρωθεί η εκκαθάριση του τηλεοπτικού σταθμού. Σε πλειστηριασμό αναμένεται να τεθούν το σήμα, η ταινιοθήκη, το αρχειακό υλικό, αλλά κ

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αι κάποια ακίνητα. Παρακολουθούν τη διαδικασία Σαββίδης και Μαρινάκης.


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Theresa May is seeking "further clarification" to satisfy MPs after "robust" exchange with EU chief.


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Έναν τόνο σοκολάτας κλήθηκαν να καθαρίσουν πυροσβέστες σε πόλη της Γερμανίας μετά από υπερχείλιση δεξαμενής εργοστασίου.


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Greece's government, now free of its bailout programme, is to renew its call for Germany to pay €279 billion in war reparations in compensation for the Nazi occupation during World War II, which could strain the already-fraught relations between the two countries. Greek President, Prokopis Pavlopoulos, will raise this issue with his German counterpart, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, this week during a meeting in Athens, Triandafyllos Mitafidis, president of the Greek parliamentary committee on war reparations, confirmed to Euronews.


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Directors Joe and Anthony Russo are currently back to work for Marvel Studios' followup to Avengers: Infinity War, bringing the conflict between Thanos and Earth's Mightiest Heroes to a climactic finale.

The directors posted a cryptic photo from the set of Avengers 4, encouraging fans to look for clues, which prompted one to notice a familiar but mysterious object from the previous film.

When Captain America and his crew return to the Avengers complex after rescuing vision, James Rhodes AKA War Machine is in the midst of a tense conference call with General "Thunderbolt" Ross. This quick scene received renewed interest after fans noticed this strange piece of machinery on the set for Avengers 4 in the new photo.

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After more than 25 years, Hubble is still capturing stunning photos of far-away astronomical objects and advancing human knowledge. It can also take a peek at objects in our own solar system. Both Saturn and Mars have swung close to Earth recently, and Hubble got some new images.
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Vitamin D has many important functions. The body produces it after exposure to sunlight, but in winter months or areas with less sunshine, many people choose to take supplements. Taking too much vitamin D can lead to negative side effects, including brittle bones and dehydration. Learn more here.
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The Andromeda galaxy is much less massive than previously thought, which means the collision between our galaxy and Andromeda could end in a tie.
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Ancient statues weren't white marble, but “a riot of colour and glitzy decoration." It shows that we've imagined the ancient world all wrong, writes Natalie Haynes.

When the Victorian painter Lawrence Alma-Tadema first showed his work, Phidias Showing the Frieze of the Parthenon to his Friends, there must have been a pleasing circularity in play: a painter proudly revealing his new painting of a sculptor proudly revealing his new sculpture. It was 1868, and to the modern viewer the painting looks inoffensive enough. Phidias, the bearded sculptor, stands in front of the Parthenon Frieze, whose characters – human and equine alike – Alma-Tadema would have been able to study in detail in the British Museum. Luminaries of 5th Century Athens admire the sculptor’s extraordinary work: the draperies, the incredible depth (sometimes four horses gallop beside one another in just an inch or two of marble). The viewers might also be remarking upon the dark, beautiful colours that bring the sculp
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ture to life.
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For every primo travel destination, there’s a sweet spot to find it. Visit too soon -- say, before the airlines start offering half-decent service there -- and you’ll be forking over a stack of cash to ramble around a place without cell phone towers. Visit too late? Then you’re one of the waddling herd, overpaying for a beer, checking off a box because, well, everyone else has been, so why not you?

Better plan: Discover the places that don’t cost two months’ rent to fly to, yet haven’t gotten so overexposed that swarms of American tourists have descended and Instagrammed the lifeblood out of it.