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Progressive judge Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou, a French-educated expert in constitutional and environmental law, is on track to secure more than 260 votes.

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“With Italy taking part, the project will take its final shape as the most dynamic option to guarantee the European Union’s energy security from gas reserves in the Southeastern Mediterranean,” Greek energy minister Hatzidakis said on Thursday.

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About 12,000 migrants, most of them Afghans, are housed in a space designed for 3,000 in deteriorating living conditions. 

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Washington wants the tanker detained because it says the vessel has links to Iran's Revolutionary Guards, which it has designated a terrorist organization.

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The head of the European Commission (EC) proposed an "effective and human" pact on migration and asylum.

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Students in Greece are protesting to keep universities out of reach of the police and maintain the academic sanctuary intact.

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Humanitarian organizations supporting migrants fear the right-wing government restrictions on access to asylum.

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The skull in question was found in the late 1970s during the excavation of the Apidima Cave in the southern Peloponnese region of Greece.

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