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Νέο θρίλερ στην Αγία Παρασκευή: Εξαφανίστηκαν ξανά ανήλικα κορίτσια

Συναγερμός πάλι στην Αγία Παρασκευή. Ανήλικες που είχαν εξαφανιστεί και είχαν βρεθεί, εξαφανίστηκαν γι’ άλλη μία φορά από τη δομή όπου φιλοξενούνταν, σύμφωνα με το Χαμόγελο του Παιδιού. Πρόκειται για την Πελαγία, 15 ετών, την Αμάντα , 16 ετών και την Σάλη, 13 ετών, για τις οποίες εκδόθηκε Missing Alert. Στο δελτίο Τύπου που εξέδωσε […]
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Sen. Cotton: China sanctions are 'insidious escalation' of 'effort to influence American policy'
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., argued on Sunday that sanctions against former Trump administration officials are a "dangerous" and "insidious escalation of China's effort to influence American policy."
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Woman demands family pay for second wedding because she didn't like photos from first
There are no do-overs in real life.
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Aaron Rodgers needs another Super Bowl ring to cement legacy, former NFL greats say
Aaron Rodgers might need another Super Bowl ring to cement his legacy in the NFL, two former football greats said before the NFC Championship on Sunday.
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Church in the Canyon became grieving site for Lakers fans
Hours after the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and 8 others, fans gathered at nearby Church in the Canyon to grieve the Lakers legend.       
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Aaron Rodgers’ dating history: His ex-girlfriends and rumored flings
Aaron Rodgers could be named the MVP of the 2020 NFL season, but to some, he's the MVB: Most Valuable Bachelor.
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A "Facing Forward" special: Birx and Gottlieb on coronavirus response
On this special edition of "Facing Forward," Margaret Brennan talks with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb and her full interview with Dr. Deborah Birx, former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator
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CDC director predicts COVID-19 vaccine distribution will increase dramatically by late March
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01/24: Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Deborah Birx
This week on "Face the Nation," President Biden takes office and is immediately faced with overwhelming challenges. His first priority: COVID-19.
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VIDEO: Dozens of Suspects Wanted in Violent Attack on 26-Year-Old
Police in New York City are looking for dozens of suspects linked to a violent attack on a 26-year-old who was beaten, had his clothes removed, and was cut with a sharp object.
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Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin orders review of military sexual assault prevention programs
In his first directive since taking office, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is ordering senior Pentagon leadership to send him reports detailing their efforts to prevent sexual assault and harassment, as well as what accountability measures have been implemented and an assessment of whether those efforts worked.
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Florida cop fired over social media posts supporting Capitol rioters, warning of civil war
A central Florida police officer was fired last week after an internal investigation into his social media activity revealed posts discussing Black Lives Matter protests, showing support for the U.S. Capitol riot and warning another Civil War was imminent.
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Eagles hire Colts OC Nick Sirianni as head coach
Three days after choosing Nick Sirianni to be their new coach, the Philadelphia Eagles made it official.
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Heat to use COVID-19-sniffing dogs to screen fans at games
The Miami Heat are bringing back some fans, with help from some dogs.
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James Fallows on the message from Biden's inauguration
The Atlantic writer says the new president's inaugural address speaks to an ever-growing nation's resolve and will to succeed in the face of cruel obstacles and divisiveness.
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Sen. Paul clashes with George Stephanopoulos over 2020 election results
Sen. Rand Paul and ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos on Sunday got into a fiery exchange over President Joe Biden winning the 2020 presidential election — with the Republican lawmaker claiming there were “two sides” to every story. The tense interview on “This Week” started out with Stephanopoulos asking Paul if he accepts that the...
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Josh Hawley's Former Academic Mentor 'Distressed' and 'Bamboozled' by Senator's Actions
Stanford Professor David Kennedy said Hawley gave "credence to the patent falsehood that the election was 'rigged.'"
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COVID-19 has devastated Hawaii's lei industry; now generations-old shops are clawing back
Tourism and celebrations are the linchpins of Hawaii's lei culture. A combination of innovation and the "aloha spirit" is helping vendors get by.       
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Fauci says UK COVID-19 strain could 'cause more damage,' US will test for vaccine efficacy
Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Sunday that the U.K. variant strain of coronavirus does appear to be more deadly, but what this means for vaccine efficacy is still unknown.
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Deborah Birx: ‘Parallel set of data’ on Covid-19 was delivered to Trump
“I saw the president presenting graphs that I never made,” the former White House coronavirus response coordinator told CBS.
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Antonio Brown to miss NFC Championship game, Bucs reportedly want veteran receiver to return next season
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be without star receiver Antonio Brown when they take on the Green Bay Packers in Sunday’s NFC Championship game but, win or lose, Brown hasn’t played his final game for the Bucs. 
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Sean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Dustin Poirier after UFC 257 win?
See whom Dustin Poirier should fight next after his victory over Conor McGregor in the UFC 257 headliner.        Related StoriesUFC 257 reaction: Dustin Poirier TKOs Conor McGregor, Michael Chandler wins debutDustin Poirier: No thanks to Michael Chandler, interest in Conor McGregor trilogy or Nate DiazSean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Conor McGregor after UFC 257 loss? 
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Sean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Conor McGregor after UFC 257 loss?
See whom Conor McGregor should fight next after his loss to Dustin Poirier in the UFC 257 headliner.        Related StoriesUFC 257 reaction: Dustin Poirier TKOs Conor McGregor, Michael Chandler wins debutConor McGregor sorts through emotions of UFC 257 knockout loss: 'It's hard to take'Sean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Dustin Poirier after UFC 257 win? 
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Biden's chief of staff insists Trump admin had no vaccine plan
President Biden's chief of staff insisted that the Trump administration's plan to roll out the coronavirus vaccine was nonexistent after Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared to completely debunk CNN's much-criticized report that the Biden administration was "starting from scratch" with its vaccine distribution plan.
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Louisiana wrestling tournament led to COVID-19 outbreak, officials say
The outbreak among athletes, staff and audience members comes after about 400 wrestlers participated in the 48th Louisiana Classic wrestling event last week at the Lamar-Dixon Expo Center.
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Biden attends first Sunday Mass as President
President Joe Biden attended Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Washington, DC's Georgetown neighborhood, his first time attending Sunday Mass since taking his oath of office.
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Seth Rogen, Ted Cruz get into Twitter feud over Walt Disney's legacy
A Twitter feud between actor Seth Rogen and Republican Sen. Ted Cruz escalated this weekend over a Disney movie and saw the comedian and lawmaker spar over Walt Disney’s legacy.
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Chad Wolf: Biden immigration action 'absolutely' goes against the law
President Biden enacted several executive actions to restructure U.S. immigration policy upon his inauguration and former acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf shared his skepticism with "Sunday Morning Futures" on the lawfulness of these orders.
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Rand Paul Refuses to Say Election Wasn't Stolen, Blames Media for Saying 'We're All Liars'
The Republican Kentucky senator continued to challenge the legitimacy of Joe Biden's victory Sunday morning.
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Super Bowl 2021 teams not allowed in Tampa until two days before game
On the heels of a chaotic 2020 NFL season, the week of Super Bowl 2021 will look very different from years past. Because of COVID-19 protocols this year, Super Bowl 2021 participants will not be permitted to arrive any earlier than the Friday before the game, league sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Teams typically arrive...
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Miami vs. Notre Dame prediction, line: Hurricanes the pick
The 2020-21 season has been a tough one for Miami, with tons of injuries to venture through, but the return of Kameron McGusty might be just what it needs to right the ship against Notre Dame. McGusty returned to the lineup in the team’s most recent game against Syracuse, after having missed six games in...
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Pirates attack Turkish ship off W. Africa; kill 1, kidnap 15
Armed pirates attacked a Turkish cargo ship off the West African coast, kidnapping 15 sailors and killing one of them, officials said Sunday as Turkey sought to recover the captured crew.
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Unprecedented set of weighty issues now consuming Congress
On Capitol Hill, it may be easy-to-miss stuff in this environment. A nearly unprecedented set of weighty issues is now consuming Congress. Which subject unfolding on Capitol Hill is more important? And, as a reporter, which category deserves your time? The time of your readers/viewers/listeners? There are so many from which to choose. 
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Fauci warns UK COVID-19 strain could ‘cause more damage’
Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday warned that new data suggests that the strain of COVID-19 that first emerged in the United Kingdom could be deadlier. “We need to assume now what has been circulating in the UK does have an increase in virulence, meaning the power of the virus to cause more damage, including death,”...
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Will Biden be regularly accessible to the press?
Now that the Biden White House has restored weekday press briefings, what about access to the president? Zeke Miller, president of the White House Correspondents' Association, says press conferences will be a crucial way to "hear directly from the president and challenge the president on his thinking." He also urges the administration to bring back regular briefings at the Pentagon, the CDC and many federal agencies.
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Acosta and Stelter on Trump's 'temporary' silence
Brian Stelter says the world sounds a little quieter now that Donald Trump has been banned from Twitter. But Jim Acosta predicts that Trump will find new ways to be heard and says the "disinformation industrial complex" is still very loud on social media. He likens pro-Trump media's lies to a "toxin" in the "political discourse in this country."
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Stevens: 'Rupert Murdoch is the most dangerous immigrant in America'
For all of the right-wing media's talk about the dangers posed by immigrants, "I think Rupert Murdoch is the most dangerous immigrant in America," longtime Republican strategist Stuart Stevens says. "He's a classic example of somebody who never assimilated American values. If he understands America, he profits off the appeal that he doesn't understand it."
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Dr. Deborah Birx speaks out about Trump WH shortcomings
In a new interview with CBS, Dr. Deborah Birx says she saw Trump "presenting graphs that I never made" and laments "parallel data streams." Dr. Seema Yasmin reacts to Birx's "apology tour" by saying it's "frustrating" and "painful" to hear former officials only speaking out after the end of the Trump administration.
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White House's new Covid protocols make the workplace 'safer'
Zeke Miller, the president of the White House Correspondents' Association, says "things are different" at the White House now that Biden has taken charge. Masks have been mandated, Covid-19 testing has been expanded, and room capacity measures have been put in place. "All of those things make that workplace a little bit safer," he says. Dr. Seema Yasmin and Karen Attiah also join the conversation.
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Russia, China benefitting from a Biden presidency, not America: Rep. McCarthy
House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., argued on Saturday that "our adversaries," not the American people, are benefitting from President Biden's actions during his first week in office.
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Biden health advisers admit COVID-19 vaccination goal is not enough: 'We have to go faster'
The new head of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) said Sunday that the U.S. has to "go faster" than the Biden administration's current goal of 100 million coronavirus vaccinations in 100 days.
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Steve Harvey comments on stepdaughter’s romance with Michael B. Jordan: ‘I might approve of you’
Steve Harvey commented on his stepdaughter’s public romance with “Black Panther” star Michael B. Jordan.
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Full transcript of "Face the Nation" on January 24, 2021
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, Former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx sat down with Margaret Brennan.
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Israel temporarily bans all international flights in response to new COVID-19 strains
New coronavirus variants have caused Israel to enact strict travel restrictions.
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On GPS: How does the world see Biden's presidency?
Fareed is joined by an all-star panel from around the world to debate what key partners and competitors expect from the Biden administration.
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Duke's Mike Krzyzewski catches flak for icy response to student reporter's question
Duke men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski caught some flak Saturday night after the Blue Devils dropped their third straight in the 2020-21 season with a loss to Louisville.
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The Supreme Court's run out of excuses to avoid controversial issues
In the aftermath of a divisive election, a riot at the US Capitol and the unprecedented final days of the Trump administration, the Supreme Court kept many controversial issues in a holding pattern of sorts, sticking to Chief Justice John Roberts' objective of keeping his branch of government out of the political spotlight.
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Advice from two experts on how Biden and Harris can tackle America’s child-care crisis
The pandemic has made the crisis far worse.
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Fauci: Joe Biden’s 100 million COVID-19 shots pledge means doses, not people
That volume of vaccinates will only see around 67 million people fully inoculated, because both current vaccines require two shots.
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