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The Hellenic Radio (ERA): News in English, 02-08-08

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From: The Hellenic Radio (ERA) <www.ert.gr/>

CONTENTS

  • [01] Weather forecast
  • [02] Kos weaponry theft investigation -outcome to be announced
  • [03] Gold medals for Greece

  • [01] Weather forecast

    Sunny weather is forecast in most parts of the country, with scattered cloud in the north turning to showers or storms mainly in the northeast. The temperature will drop several degrees. Winds north-northwesterly, moderate to strong, turning very strong in the south. In the north, temperatures will range from 19C to 30C; in the west from 21C to 32C; and in the rest of the country from 22C to 35C. Temperatures in Athens between 24C and 34C; and in Thessaloniki between 22C and 30C.

    (8/8/2002 11:19:00 )

    [02] Kos weaponry theft investigation -outcome to be announced

    National Defence Minister Giannos Papantoniou is expected to make statements on the outcome of the investigations carried out in Kos for the arms theft and on the penalties to be inflicted.

    At the same time, the police is intensifying its efforts in locating Dimitris Koufodinas, member of the terrorist organisation November 17.

    All imprisoned members of "November 17" were allowed as of yesterday to have access to the brief and the Press, while in the coming days their cells will be supplied with radio and TV sets.

    Referring to a two-page text sent to TV station ALTER yesterday officials of the Anti-terrorist Department stated that it was not a &#8220;November 17&#8221; propaganda sheet, since it did not carry the organization&#8217;s star but instead an indistinct fingerprint with ink on the bottom part of the second page.

    The text states that it is a genuine "November 17" propaganda sheet since it bears the same fingerprint found on the organization&#8217;s first propaganda sheet that had been given through Zean Paul Sartre to the newspaper &#8220;Liberation&#8221;.

    (8/8/2002 11:22:00 )

    [03] Gold medals for Greece

    Greece won its first medals, two gold and two bronze, in the European Athletics Championships in Munich on Wednesday.

    Katerina Thanou won the gold medal in the women's 100-metre sprint, clocking 11.10 seconds.

    Thanou, 27, was the silver medallist in the Olympic Games in Sydney and finished third in the previous European Athletics Championships in Budapest in 1998.

    Katerina Vogoli won the gold medal in the women's discus with a throw of 64.31 metres. Tassoula Kelesidou took the bronze medal in the same event with a throw of 63.92 metres, while Areti Abatzi took the fifth position.

    Greece's second bronze medal of the day came in the hammer-throw.

    Alexandros Papadimitriou took third place with a throw of 80.21 metres.

    (8/8/2002 11:23:00 )


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