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Petrogress, Inc. Announces Partnership with Deliman Oil to Expand Distribution Operations into Gas Stations in Ghana, Burkina Faso and Niger

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NEW YORK, Dec. 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Petrogress, Inc. (OTC:PGAS) announces that its Petrogress Int’l, LLC (“PIL”) subsidiary has entered into a Partnership Agreement with Deliman Oil Company Limited, a Ghanaian corporation (“Deliman”) to jointly form and co-operate a Ghanaian corporation to be known as PG&D Fueling (“PG&D”) which will operate and manage gas/refueling Read More

Ukraine is ‘constant problem to European Security’ – Greek alternate foreign minister

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Kiev’s belligerent policies pose a “constant” security threat to Europe, Greece’s alternate foreign minister said, adding that the last thing Europe needs is another “hotspot of tension.” “It is true that Ukraine is a constant problem for the European Security System,” George Katrougalos told the Greek Kokkino radio broadcaster when asked to comment on the Read More

‘Quite realistic’: Putin doesn’t rule out extending Turkish Stream pipeline into Greece

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Russia is ready to cooperate with Athens in the energy sector, President Vladimir Putin has said, not ruling out the prospect of extending the Turkish Stream gas pipeline into Greece. “We are ready to carry out large infrastructural energy projects together with Greece. It includes the possibility to link Southern Europe through Greece to the Read More

France is the new tax hell in Europe and beyond

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While the dust has not yet settled in the streets of Paris, after sweeping protests against fuel tax hikes, it just so happens that France has taken the crown from Denmark as the most taxed country in 2017, the OECD found. Among the 34 developed members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Read More

US may veto Israeli $500mn deal to resell fighter jets to Croatia, report reveals

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The US has reportedly pulled the rug from under Israel by threatening to block the resale of 12 US-made refurbished F-16 fighter jets to Croatia. Washington wants the European nation to buy warplanes directly from America. The half-billion dollar deal was announced in March after a visit of a high-profile Croatian delegation to Israel. Croatia Read More

‘Hands off youth!’ Greeks protest on 10th anniversary of cop fatally shooting teen (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

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Hundreds of demonstrators have hit the streets of Greece on the 10th anniversary of a teenager being fatally shot by an officer. Police deployed tear gas after some protesters threw stones and Molotov cocktails at officers. Around 1,700 people marched in a protest in Athens, according to AP. Although most of the demonstrators were peaceful, Read More

Vestas receives 106 MW order in Greece

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News release from Vestas MediterraneanMadrid, 5 December 2018 Vestas has won a 106 MW order by utilising its versatile product portfolio to develop the optimal solutions for several sites in Greece. More specifically, the order includes the supply and installation of 14 V136-4.2 MW, five V136-3.6 MW and eight V117-3.6 MW turbines. To optimise the Read More

Greek diplomats issue visas to unaccompanied children in organ trafficking ring – former minister

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Diplomats from Greece have been blasted as “traitors” by the country’s former foreign minister, after he shockingly repeated allegations that visas were issued “to unaccompanied children to illegally traffic their organs”. Nikos Kotzias, who resigned last month in a row over Macedonia’s name, damningly said last week – and for the second time – that Read More

Google accused of breaching EU laws by tricking users into consenting to be tracked

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Seven European countries are fighting back against Google’s invasive data collection, alleging the internet giant violated privacy laws by tracking users’ movements after obtaining their consent through deception. Google hoodwinks users into consenting to highly intrusive tracking measures using verbal trickery and misleading interface design, according to complaints filed by consumer agencies in the Netherlands, Read More