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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-04-21

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Papandreou in hospital after bicycle accident
  • [02] Athens Newspaper Headlines

  • [01] Papandreou in hospital after bicycle accident

    Main opposition PASOK leader George Papandreou was rushed to the KAT hospital on Sunday after breaking a finger and fracturing a vertebra in an accident while riding his bicycle, where he underwent minor surgery for a fracture to the carpal in the third finger of his right hand. He is expected to remain in hospital for 3-4 days

    According to a hospital medical bulletin, Papandreou also suffered a fracture in the eighth thoracic vertebra, without neurological symptomology, for which no surgical intervention was required.

    Given Papandreou's hospitalisation, his tour of Ileia prefecture and a meeting of the PASOK Political Council scheduled there for Tuesday are expected to be postponed.

    The accident occured at 2:00 p.m. on Stamata Boulevard, as Papandreou was taking his usual bicycle ride.

    The PASOK leader fell off the bicycle when it blocked.

    The laboratory and clinical tests showed no neurological symptomology or other damage to worry his doctors, but Papandreou will remain hospitalised for the next 3-4 days for an overall examination of his condition after the accident.

    Caption:ANA-MPA file photo of main opposition PASOK leader George Papandreou

    [02] Athens Newspaper Headlines

    The Monday edition of Athens dailies at a glance

    Main opposition PASOK leader George Papandreou's minor bicycle accident and hospitalisation, the spiralling food prices, the protest of migrant-workers in Ilia perfecture and the FYROM name issue dominated the headlines of Athens' newspapers on Monday.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "Bureaucracy sending away investments - Greece last among investors' preferences".

    APOGEVMATINI: " 3-hour meeting at Maximos mansion (government headquarters) - Prime Minister gave instructions on handling of national issues".

    AVRIANI: "Papandreou's bizarre fall from bicycle that was stationary - He will remain hospitalized for 4 days".

    CHORA: "Seven people dead over a handful of rice - Food crisis leads to uncontrollable uprising (in several parts of the globe)".

    ELEFTHERI ORA: "Noted supporter of the Left who was exiled and tortured by the 21 April 1967 dictatorship writes: The junta was histrorically inevitable and politically necessary".

    ELEFTHEROS: "The state's 45,000 limousines for the transport of Ministers, deputy ministers and public organisation presidents are a provoction".

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "25,000 Illegal advertising posters to be torn down - 300 million euros turnover, mostly under-the-table - Public Administration Inspector puts blame on municipalities, prefectures and Enviroment Ministry".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Terror over strawberry fields - Beating of rebelling immigrants".

    ESTIA: "Professionals and traders the most affected by the new social security draft law".

    ETHNOS: "Sheep with fake 'passports' - Illegal imports from Turkey and FYROM".

    TA NEA: "Papandreou's serious accident - He was saved by luck".

    VRADYNI: "12,000 euros to unemployed to found their own business".


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