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The Hellenic Radio (ERA): News in English, 08-06-23

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From: The Hellenic Radio (ERA) <www.ert.gr/>

CONTENTS

  • [01] Oil Market Should Be Streamlined
  • [02] Fires Abating
  • [03] Philippines: 28 Survivors Located
  • [04] Train Collides with Bus in Turkey
  • [05] G. Mylonas Set Free
  • [06] Bloody Afray at Malades, Heraklion
  • [07] Spain to the Euro Semis

  • [01] Oil Market Should Be Streamlined

    23 2008 08:39:0

    By Alexandros Moz

    Sources: NA-PA

    As per the final communiqu&#233; of the oil producing/consuming countries held in Jeddah the oil market will be stabilized with more transparency and through the settling of the financial markets.

    Furthermore, investments should be boosted so that oil production and distillation grows.

    The oil producing countries did not say that they would boost oil-production, despite the fact that Saudi Arabia had announced that it would boost production by 200,000 barrels per day.

    UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who attended the meeting, offered to host the next OPEC meeting in London at the end of 2008.

    Translated by John Crystallidis

    Related News:

    Summit on Oil Rally

    Conference on Oil

    [02] Fires Abating

    23 2008 09:06:0

    By Vivian Papastefanou

    Sources: 105.8

    The dozens of fires that have broken out in various parts of Greece are abating. Wildfires had hit Achaia, Menidi and Maladendri, Argolida. Meanwhile, as per the National Meteorological Service, the 6-7 Beaufort winds and in some cases 8-Beaufort winds presently blowing in central and southern Aegean will abate and the temperature will rise in the west. The General Secretariat of Political Protection is warning civilians to be especially careful, as today will be a difficult day due to the strong winds that are still blowing.

    Translated by John Crystallidis

    [03] Philippines: 28 Survivors Located

    23 2008 09:01:0

    By Anna Kourti

    Sources: REUTERS, NA-PA

    Eight hundred of people are still missing after a Philippine ferry carrying more than 800 people capsized in a typhoon on Saturday. 28 survivors have been located, in a coastal village after they had been drifting on a life raft for some 24 hours. As per latest numbers, the survivors are 32, while four persons have been confirmed dead. MV Princess of the Stars was carrying 626 passengers, among which 50 were children and 121 a crew member. It sank Saturday when it met with rough waves caused by typhoon Fengshen.

    Translated by John Crystallidis

    Related News:

    Deadly Typhoon

    Tragic Shipwreck

    [04] Train Collides with Bus in Turkey

    23 2008 10:49:0

    By Vivian Papastefanou

    Nine people were killed and three injured in Turkey when a train crashed with a mini bus that had tried to cross the lines. The accident took place near Durdagi in south-western Turkey during the night. The driver, who ignored the red light that was warning that a train was passing, survived.

    Translated by John Crystallidis

    [05] G. Mylonas Set Free

    23 2008 08:36:0

    By Anna Kourti

    Sources: ANA-PA

    After keeping hostage SEV President of Northern Greece Giorgos Mylonas for 14 days, his abductors set him free. The businessman returned home at 01:15. Mr Mylonas drove a stolen car, given to him by his abductors probably in Pierea, Giannitsa or Veria. There is no information on the ransom his family had paid for his release. Mr Mylonas is well.

    Translated by John Crystallidis

    [06] Bloody Afray at Malades, Heraklion

    23 2008 08:13:0

    By Anna Kourti

    Sources: NA-PA

    One of the police officers who were attacked by hashish growers in Malades, Heraklion on Sunday suffered a serious contusion. The other two police officers were injured slightly on the back and leg underwent surgery. Meanwhile, the police has launched a manhunt against the culprits.

    Translated by John Crystallidis

    [07] Spain to the Euro Semis

    22 2008 23:00:0

    By Giahanatzis Dimitris

    Sources: ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Spain became the only group winner to reach the semifinals. It will play Russia on Thursday night in Vienna. Spain already defeated Russia in this tournament, 4-1 in the teams opener June 10. What happened before is not important now, Casillas said. We dont feel like champions just because we beat Russia in the first round. Turkey and Germany will meet in the other semifinal, on Wednesday in Basel, Switzerland. Spains David Villa, Santi Cazorla and Marcos Senna also scored against Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon in the shootout. Casillas guessed right on all four Italy penalty kicks, stopping Daniele De Rossi and Antonio Di Nitale, and barely missing the shots by Fabio Grosso and Mauro Camoranesi. The victory was Spains first over Italy, the World Cup champion, in a major competition in 88 years, since the 1920 Olympics. Clearly, losing on penalties after working so hard doesnt leave us happy, Italy Coach Roberto Donadoni said. We all spent a lot of energy. Much of this quarterfinal was played at a crawl, with dozens of fouls, misplayed crosses and enough falling to resemble an Olympic diving competition. Fans jeered both teams at halftime. There were 51 fouls in the game. Spains best opportunity came in the 81st minute, when Buffon dropped a long-range shot by Senna. The ball squirmed out of his hands and rolled back, hitting the post before landing back in his arms. Later, David Silva shot inches wide early in extra time.

    Lineups:

    Italy: Gianluigi Buffon, Gianluca Zambrotta, Christian Panucci, Fabio Grosso, Giorgio Chiellini, Simone Perrotta, Daniele De Rossi, Alberto Aquilani, Massimo Ambrosini, Luca Toni, Antonio Cassano.

    Spain: Iker Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol, Carlos Marchena, Joan Capdevila, Xavi Hernandez, David Silva, Marcos Senna, Andres Iniesta, David Villa, Fernando Torres.


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