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Greek Opposition Demands Probe into Migrant Deaths After BBC Report

Greece’s main opposition party, Syriza, is demanding a thorough investigation after a BBC report alleged that the Greek coastguard was responsible for the deaths of dozens of migrants over the past three years. Witnesses claim that nine migrants were deliberately thrown overboard. This call for accountability comes amidst growing concerns over the treatment of migrants and refugees in the region.

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PM Mitsotakis Heads New Cabinet Meeting, Emphasises Dynamic Restart and Reforms

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis convened a meeting of Greece’s new Cabinet at the Maximos Mansion, emphasizing a dynamic restart after recent elections. He outlined priorities including tackling price hikes, improving public services, and driving reforms to build a stronger Greece by 2027. Mitsotakis also addressed upcoming European challenges and the importance of effective coordination among Ministries and MEPs.

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New Democracy Leads in European Elections with 100% Votes Counted

New Democracy leads the European elections in Greece, securing 28.31% of the vote and seven seats in the European Parliament. SYRIZA follows with 14.92% and four seats, while PASOK, Elliniki Lysi, and KKE also gain representation. Niki, Plefsi Eleftherias, and Voice of Logic surpass the 3% threshold to enter the European Parliament.

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Luxury Apartment in Kolonaki Bought by Tyler McBeth: Controversy Surrounds the Purchase

A luxury apartment on Leventi Street in Kolonaki has become the center of political controversy following its purchase by Tyler McBeth, the husband of SYRIZA president Stefanos Kasselakis. The transaction, amounting to 1.76 million euros, was completed through an interbank transfer from abroad, initially involving the procedures for acquiring a Golden Visa in Greece. Despite Kasselakis’s claims in a recent interview that the purchase was solely funded from his own earnings, political opponents have scrutinized the transaction for financial transparency and inconsistencies.

Tyler Macbeth at the "Pura Vita" store, by Stefanos Kasselakis, in Spetses / Photos: Google reviews Πηγή: iefimerida.gr - Kasselakis owns a coffee shop in Spetses and evaluates it on Google: "I highly recommend it" - Party on social media -

Stefanos Kasselakis' "Pura Vita" Café in Spetses: A Social Media Stir

Stefanos Kasselakis, a Thessaloniki native, has stirred up a storm on social media with the disclosure of his “Pura Vita” café in Spetses. The establishment, known for its healthy food offerings, has received glowing reviews on Google, attracting attention from online users, including Stefanos Kasselakis himself. Even with the assets presented by the President of Syriza, it appears that social media users remain skeptical.

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