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  • Violence erupts on delayed flights to Israel over Sabbath fears

  • Ultra-Orthodox passengers aboard two delayed El Al flights from New York to Israel erupted in violence amid fears they would still be flying after the start of the Jewish Sabbath – leading one of the planes to divert to Athens, according to reports. The two flights were scheduled to take off from JFK Airport on...
  • ESPN’s Laura Rutledge gets run over by players on tough day

  • Laura Rutledge had a ruff outing Saturday. Ahead of the UMass-Georgia game in Athens, the SEC Network reporter was dragged by the Bulldogs’ mascot, Uga X, while she held his leash during a pregame segment. “When your man spots a better sports option,” Rutledge, 30, later joked of the incident on Twitter. As kickoff got...
  • Rich, Ancient City Is Unearthed in Greece

  • Archaeologists unearthed Tenea, which is thought to have been founded by Trojans. They also found tombs, coins and urns, among other items, in and around the city.
  • Greece: Police, anarchists mark 1973 uprising with clashes

  • A march to the U.S. Embassy in Greece held Saturday for the anniversary of a fatally suppressed 1973 student uprising was mostly peaceful, while police officers and anarchists clashed in Athens and the next two next largest cities long after dark.
  • Lost city built by Trojan War prisoners discovered in Greece

  • Archaeologists in Greece have located the remains of a lost city believed to have been settled by captives from the Trojan War. In a statement released Tuesday Greece’s Culture Ministry said recent excavations in the southern Greek region of the Peloponnese turned up “proof of the existence of the ancient city” of Tenea, until now...

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