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The Hellenic Radio (ERA): News in English, 08-08-11

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] Clashes Continue
  • [02] Summer Storm Damaged Crops
  • [03] Ano Liosia Landfill Closed
  • [04] Kaklamanakis Finishes 10th

  • [01] In South Ossetia

    Clashes Continue

    11 Αυγ 2008 08:20:00

    The international community is gravely concerned over continuing clashes in Caucasus. According to Interfax news agency, the commander of Russian peacekeeping forces said that Georgia continues shelling Tskhinvali, capital of South Ossetia despite claims of having pulled out its troops. "There was fierce fighting in some of the conflict zones during the night" said Marat Kulahmentov, who maintains that Georgian forces continue mounting fresh attacks against Russian positions. In the meantime Russia has boosted its forces in Abkhazia, a second rebel region of Georgia, and now has more than 9,000 paratroopers and 350 armour there, Interfax news agency quoted an aide to the commander of Russian peacekeepers as saying on Monday. "The strengthening of the peacekeeping force is aimed at ruling out a repetition of the situation Russian peacekeepers faced in Tskhinvali," Alexander Novitsky was quoted as saying. At the same time, Georgia Foreign Ministry announced that Russian forces shelled a military base and a radar installation near Tbilisi at the early hours today. The explosions were felt in the Georgian capital. Russian Air Force spokesman refused to make any comments to the French news agency saying that the chief of staff of Russian armed forces, Anatoli Novagitsin will make official announcements at 13:00 Moscow time( 12:00 Greek time) during a press interview in Moscow.

    Translated by Chrisanthi Sarantis

    [02] Summer Storm Damaged Crops

    11 Αυγ 2008 10:01:00

    Yesterdays storms and hailstorms caused damages to crops in Orfanos municipality in Kavala, Farsala and Korinthia while thunders sparked fires in Elefsina, Korinthia and Eboia. Also traffic was suspended in part of Egnatia road outside Thessaloniki due to flood water. In the Karditsa prefecture hailstorms caused damages mainly to cotton and corn crops while strong winds blew away roofs and broke trees. The Meteorological Service has forecast local rains and occasional storms in the northeastern parts of the country and force 4-5 north, northeasterly winds gradually abating in the west. In Attika, fair weather, force 4-5 north, northeasterly winds and temperatures ranging from 22C to 32C. In Thessaloniki, weather cloudy, force 4-5 north, northeasterly winds gradually abating and temperatures ranging from 19C to 31C.

    Translated by Chrisanthi Sarantis

    [03] Since Morning

    Ano Liosia Landfill Closed

    11 Αυγ 2008 09:49:00

    By Vivian Papastefanou

    Sources: ΝΕΤ 105.8

    Ano Liosia landfill is closed today as workers refuse to work after Saturday incidents where a worker was seriously injured. Economic immigrants have again gathered at the Ano Liosia landfill today pressing for its opening while workers are waiting for the intervention of public prosecutor.

    Translated by Chrisanthi Sarantis

    [04] Kaklamanakis Finishes 10th

    11 Αυγ 2008 10:29:00

    By Thanasis Karlos

    Nikos Kakalmanakis finished 10th in RSX men sailing. In women, Antonia Frai achieved the 15th place.

    In FINN class Aimilios Papathanasiou ended 18th and achieved the 16th place overall. Greeces Yngling crew Bekatorou, Papadopoulou and Karavarioti occupied the 2nd place during the 5th race going to the 7th place.

    Finally, Andreas Kosmatopoulos and Andreas Papadopoulos made a good start in 470 class after the completion of the first race and got the 5th place.

    Translated by Sofia Gartziou


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