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Yale University to research health benefits of Greek organic table olives

Researchers at the Yale School of Public Health in the United States, in collaboration with researchers from the Department of Cardiology at Yale School of Medicine, have announced that they are undertaking a new research project on the health benefits associated with daily consumption of table olives.

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Emergency 112 warning sent to Attica residents due to severe weather

An emergency warning was sent to Attica residents from the 112 Emergency Communications Service on Thursday, warning them of dangerous weather conditions and to avoid all non-essential travel.
The unimpeded flow of traffic on Pireos Street was restored on Thursday afternoon, the traffic police reported, after it was temporarily interrupted at two points due to flooding at the junctions with Petrou Ralli and Hamosternas roads.

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Head of a Roman-era statue found in the sea near Preveza

The head of a statue dating back to Roman times was pulled out of the sea near Preveza, at a depth of about 10 metres. According to an announcement by the Ministry of Culture, this is the head of a Roman-era statue, probably made at the time of the emperors Antoninus or Severus (2nd - 3rd century AD).

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