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  1. A street musician plays drums during a heatwave in Athens

    'Dangerous' heatwave hits Athens again

    In Athens' parliament square, the Evzones parade under their red berets and stifling heat.
  2. Rowing - Men's Single Sculls - Semifinal A/B 2

    Olympics-Rowing-Greece's Stefanos Ntouskos wins men's single sculls gold

    Stefanos Ntouskos of Greece picked up gold in the men's single sculls final on Friday at Tokyo's Sea Forest Waterway.
  3. Water Polo - Men - Group A - United States v Italy

    Olympics-Water polo-Italy and Greece seal quarter-final berths

    World champions Italy became the first team to book a berth in the quarter-finals of the men's water polo competition at the Olympics after coming ...
  4. Easing of measures against the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Athens

    Greece recommends COVID-19 vaccination for children aged 12-15

    Greece said on Monday children aged 12-15 could be vaccinated against COVID-19 with Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna shots, extending the inoculations ...
  5. Tennis - Women's Singles - Round 2

    Olympics-Tennis-Greece's Sakkari celebrates birthday with second round win

    After a serving of cake with her team mates, Greece's Maria Sakkari celebrated her 26th birthday with an emphatic 6-1 6-2 win over Nina Stojanovic ...
  6. Protest against COVID-19 vaccinations in Athens

    Greek police, protesters clash in protest against COVID-19 vaccines

    Police fired tear gas and water canon to disperse crowds protesting against coronavirus vaccinations in Athens on Wednesday (Jul 21).
  7. NBA: Finals-Phoenix Suns at Milwaukee Bucks

    Basketball-'Incredible Giannis!' Greeks celebrate Bucks' NBA victory

    The Milwaukee Bucks won their first NBA championship in 50 years on Tuesday and a nation is cheering their success.
  8. FILE PHOTO: General view inside Olympic stadium in Athens, Greece before a Greek Cup Final football

    Greece's neglected former Olympic venue to get major revamp by 2023

    Greece on Tuesday unveiled a plan to tap European Union and private funds for a revamp of its biggest sports complex, which hosted the 2004 ...