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« Reply #25 on: Tuesday, 21 June, 2022 @ 19:04:37 »
Rural doctor service available between 10:00-13:00 in Metaxata tomorrow and between 10:30-13:00 in Simotata on Thursday. Face masks and social distancing required.


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« Reply #26 on: Tuesday, 21 June, 2022 @ 21:30:44 »
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Mutilated body washed up in northern Greece belonged to Pakistani man

A mutilated corpse that was found last Sunday in the sea off the coast of Thessaloniki, northern Greece, belongs to a 24-year-old Pakistani national, the Coast Guard announced Tuesday.

The body, which was missing the head and lower limbs, was discovered by a fisherman near the area of Halastra who alerted port authorities. The Coast Guard said in a statement on Monday that it bore extensive bruises on the back and hands but there no traces of pre-mortem injuries. It also had a tattoo on the inside of the left arm, depicting an arrow.

The identification was achieved through the fingerprints and a police investigation.
https://www.ekathimerini.com/news/1187263/mutilated-body-washed-up-in-northern-greece-belonged-to-pakistani-man/


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« Reply #27 on: Tuesday, 21 June, 2022 @ 21:33:21 »
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Court rules election candidates may spam voters

Election candidates may send unsolicited emails and texts to voters, the Council of State, the country’s highest administrative court, has ruled, overturning a €3,000 fine imposed on three politicians for electoral spam.
https://www.ekathimerini.com/news/1187273/court-rules-election-candidates-may-spam-voters/


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« Reply #28 on: Tuesday, 21 June, 2022 @ 21:37:05 »
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Newborn 'Baby S' found dead at Suffolk waste plant 'may have been shaken or smothered'

A newborn baby girl whose body was found at a waste recycling plant during the first national lockdown may have been shaken or smothered to death, an inquest heard.

The unidentified child, who is known only as Baby S, was found on a conveyor belt on a waste processing line in Suffolk on 14 May 2020, during the first national coronavirus lockdown.

Her body was discovered at the Sackers yard in Needham Market after a delivery of waste from commercial bins. She has never been identified and her family never traced, despite repeated appeals from police.

An inquest in Ipswich on Tuesday heard that the baby was born alive but there were several possible causes of her fatal injuries, including a traumatic birth, shaking or smothering, but a pathologist could not determine which it was.
https://www.itv.com/news/anglia/2022-06-21/day-old-baby-found-dead-at-waste-plant-may-have-been-shaken-or-smothered


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« Reply #29 on: Tuesday, 21 June, 2022 @ 21:39:12 »
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The strict new rules for holidaymakers travelling to Spain

Spain is one of the most popular destinations for British holidaymakers seeking some sun and sea.

But the country has long suffered from a minority of tourists who disrespect local culture and engage in anti-social behaviour, even if unintentional.

This has prompted a growing number of Spanish towns and cities to tighten up laws ahead of this summer - which is expected to be an extremely busy season after Covid rules were eased.

Here are some of the new rules British holidaymakers travelling to Spain should look out for:
https://www.itv.com/news/2022-06-21/the-strict-new-rules-for-british-holidaymakers-travelling-to-spain