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Archaeologists claim unearthing Alexander’s tomb in Greece

Archaeologists claim unearthing Alexander’s tomb in Greece

A group of archaeologists excavating an ancient mound in Greece have unearthed an apparent entrance to an important tomb dating to around the end of the reign of Alexander the Great.

UK’s Manufacturing Sector Continues to be Solid

UK’s Manufacturing Sector Continues to be Solid

A recent report has uncovered that the manufacturing sector of the 17-nation euro zone was still on recuperation in August.

Earthquake Attributed to Destruction of Ancient Greece

Earthquake Attributed to Destruction of Ancient Greece

The grand Mycenaens disappeared around 1200 B. C., leading to the beginning of Dark Age in Greece. The collapse of Mycenaens has been a mystery for the historians for many years.

Manual Work Raises Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Manual Work Raises Cardiovascular Disease Risk

In general, desk job is considered to be a sedentary job and is said to be related to a number of diseases.

Greek Hospitals Lurch in Debt

Greek Hospitals Lurch in Debt

It seems things are no sooner going to improve in Greek hospitals as Europe's top health official has claimed that staff members have failed miserably to provide basic disease controls, including usin

German Finance Minister Doubts Athens Receipt of Next Aid Tranche

German Finance Minister Doubts Athens Receipt of Next Aid Tranche

Though, Greek Parliament has seen adoption of painful new austerity measures, the pillar of European economic stability Germany is doubtful that the next tranche of aid to come in the next few weeks w

Financial Turmoil of Euro Zone Affecting Germany

Financial Turmoil of Euro Zone Affecting Germany

Continuous downward trend in the economy of euro zone has caused Euro to plunge to two-month low against Dollar.

Greece Gets €5.9billion in Bailout Money

Greece Gets €5.9billion in Bailout Money

If conditions do not improve in Greece then experts fear that the country will soon become a third world country.

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Aviation regulators are trying to regulate the overflow of inexpensive drones that have filled U. S. skies and are causing problems.

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