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Tsipras: There will be sanctions against those who violate Greece and Cyprus' sovereign rights

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras send the message that whoever violates Greece and Cyprus' sovereign rights, that is member of the European Union, and whoever violates the International Law in the region "should know that there will be sanctions" in his statement on Sunday after the conclusion of the Government Council for Foreign Affairs and Defence (KYSEA) meeting at the Maximos mansion.

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Bloomberg: Athens Riviera could double Greece’s revenue from tourism industry

Bloomberg reporters Eleni Chrepa and Paul Tugwell write that the Athens Riviera could make a substantial contribution to Greece’s tourism industry and the country’s economy by doubling its revenue. But the piece adds that it is difficult for the few luxury hotels on the Athenian coast to find trained staff needed to serve the potential rich clientele.

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The oldest human construction in the world is in Greece: Theopetra

The Theopetra Cave is an archaeological site located in Meteora, in the central Greek region of Thessaly. As a result of archaeological excavations that have been conducted over the years, it has been revealed that the Theopetra Cave has been occupied by human beings as early as 130000 years ago.

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