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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-05-18

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

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  • [01] Commission spox welcomes launch of ANA-MPA's new website, 'Praktorio EU'
  • [02] Police clashes with refugees in Idomeni, fires teargas

  • [01] Commission spox welcomes launch of ANA-MPA's new website, 'Praktorio EU'

    ANA-MPA is launching a new webpage on Wednesday called "Praktorio EU", which will focus and highlight Europe's political, economic, social and cultural issues, at a time which is viewed as a turning point for the very identity of the European Union and the progress of the European idea.

    Noting the need for responsible and objective information, the Chief Spokesperson of the European Commission, Margaritis Schinas, welcomed ANA-MPA's new venture. "The launch of ANA-MPA's website "Praktorio EU" is an apt initiative which I warmly welcome," Schinas told the news agency.

    "I am sure the reliable and wide-angle view of the agency's journalists throughout Europe will further highlight the Europe we need, the Europe that concerns us, the Europe we chose to belong to," he added.

    The webpage is http://www.amna.gr/eu/

    [02] Police clashes with refugees in Idomeni, fires teargas

    Greek police fired teargas and stun grenades to a group of about 300 refugees and migrants in the makeshift camp of Idomeni in northern Greece on Wednesday evening, after the latter started pushing an abandoned train wagon towards them.

    Police initially managed to stop the group from moving forward but after a while the refugees regrouped and continued pushing the train wagon and throwing stones against them.


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