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The China Post
· Businesses ramp up operations as nations prep for tourists  
International flights with relaxed screening procedures will resume to Athens and Greece’s second-largest city Thessaloniki starting June 15 and expanding to the rest of the country on July 1.
· Greek hoteliers reopen, anxious for bookings  
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The Guardian
· Which European countries are easing travel restrictions?  
Athens and Thessaloniki airports will open on 15 June; direct flights to other mainland and island destinations restart on 1 July.
Seeking Alpha
· How China Compares Internationally In New GDP Figures  
Thucydides, historian of ancient Greece, wrote: “It was the rise of Athens, and the fear that this inspired in Sparta, that made war inevitable.” Out of a set of 16 historical cases in the last 500 years where a newcomer power caught up with an established power, the book says, 12 ended in war.
The China Post
· Greece lifts its lockdown on hotels, pools, golf courses  
International flights with screening procedures will return to Athens and Greece’s second-largest city of Thessaloniki starting on June 15, and will be expanded to the rest of the country on July 1.
Al Jazeera
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Governor Brian Kemp said more would be ready Sunday for demonstrations planned in Athens, Savannah and other cities.
Seeking Alpha
· EV Company News For The Month Of May 2020  
The list of countries and cities banning (or planning to ban) petrol and diesel vehicles include at least - Norway (2025), Netherlands (2030), China (25% EVs by 2025), Germany (?2030), Hong Kong (2030-40), Ireland (2030), Israel (2030), India (30% by 2030), Scotland (2032), UK (2035), France (2040), Taiwan (2040), Singapore (2040), Japan (2050); Rome (2024), Athens (2025), Paris (2025), London, Stuttgart, Mexico City (2025), Madrid (2025), and Amsterdam and Brussels (2030).
The Age
· Book-loving judge interested in 'humanities and inhumanities'  
He was also a governor of Sydney University’s Nicholson Museum, contributed to the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens, chaired the NSW Archives Authority in the late 1990s and was an Adjunct Professor at UTS.
The China Post
· Greece clarifies policy, to allow tourists from all nations  
According to the officials and the foreign ministry document, a limited number of international flights will continue only being allowed to land at Athens International Airport until June 15.
· Greece keeps the Netherlands off its list of approved tourist providers  
Dutch airline Transavia said earlier in May it planned to resume flights to Athens and Crete from that date.