Yesterday’s News Wrap-up includes the following:

He claimed that because the British Museum needed 1 billion sterling it sought to lease the building’s spaces, something he considered “offensive”.
He added: “I’ll tell you why. When I see people, I was not there, but when I see the images, turning their backs on aesthetics, that already is provocative. I wouldn’t do it,” Stampolidis said.

The Athens prosecutor’s office has ordered a preliminary investigation into a possible statement of means violation by SYRIZA president Stefanos Kasselakis after it emerged that a US-based company owned by the latter loaned 230,000 euros to media controlled by the leftist party.

Beleri has bitterly denied the charges against him and directly accused Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama of orchestrating his arrest on trumped up charges, forged evidence and fake witnesses.

Notably, the export of the Predator spyware through Greece “to authoritarian regimes,” is mentioned in the sanctions’ decision, all while systematic efforts are made in Greece to downplay the Predator scandal implicating Grigoris Dimitriadis, the nephew and former close aide of the country’s Prime Minister.

As the report notes, one of many to highlight the impressive performance of tourism over the past two years, despite external pressures, such as inflation in European countries and geopolitical tensions in Ukraine, the Middle East, and recently in the Red Sea, it is set to once again exceed expectations.

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