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Two Elderly Women Die in Fire at Athens Nursing Home

Two elderly women were killed and one was injured from a fire at a nursing home in the Athenian suburb of Kallithea early on...

Arsonists Damage ISAP Offices Issuing Electronic Ticket Cards in Kallithea

Arsonists destroyed equipment and offices on Saturday morning by setting on fire a building of the ISAP electric train in Kallithea where electronic ticket...

Life Imprisonment: Woman Killed Husband and Kept Body in Freezer

A Greek court has sentenced a 50-year-old Bulgarian woman to life imprisonment for the murder of her husband, Vasilis Kokkinis. The body of the 60-year-old...

Gas Station in Kallithea Robbed by Gunman

An armed robbery of a gas station occurred on Wednesday at around 3 am. The gas station is located in Kallithea on Thisseos Street,...

Greek Visually Impaired Pupils Win International Award for Making Tactile Map

Three Greek pupils with visual impairment won first prize in an international map painting competition. The international competition is titled the "Barbara Petchenik Competition" and...

Off-Duty Policeman Kills Migrant Neighbor Over Loud Music Spat

An off-duty policeman shot and killed a national of Kazakhstan, aged 33, on Friday afternoon. The incident took place at 21-23 Iphigenias Street, Kallithea,...

Award-Winning Architect Renzo Piano, the Mastermind Behind The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center

The Pritzker Prize–winning Italian architect, Renzo Piano, has added yet another spectacular feat in architecture to his portfolio. He has completed a massive undertaking in...

“Desperados” Unveils the Present Reality of Greek Youth

“Desperados”, a play written by George Iliopoulos and directed by Charalabos Loukopoulos, is about a group of college students that have just graduated from...

Inmates Riot in Kallithea

20 inmates have rioted in the jail of Kallithea. The situation worsen after the prisoners held a person hostage. The negotiation efforts of Deputy...

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