Plate Sclerosis: The mononucleosis virus in question
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Turkey-Greece / Snow (Lead 1, TV, Photo): Lead 1-Important Disturbances in Turkey and Greece, Under Snow
(Updated With partial flights from Istanbul, details)
by Blent Usta Karolina Tagaris
Istanbul / Athens, January 25 (Reuters) - Flights partially resumed Tuesday at Istanbul Airport after an interruption of nearly 24 hours due to Strong snowfall that provoked disturbances in transport, Greece as well.
Istanbul, a city of 16 million inhabitants, is under the snow since last week. Most devices were nailed to the ground at the international airport, one of the most important in the world.
A spokesman stated that a limited number of flights had resumed at 10:00 GMT (13:00, local time) after 22 hours of suspension, and that flights scheduled this Tuesday would be operational around midnight.
Death of Gaspard Ulliel: The other skier was heard as Witness
in the collision, the actor would have been unbalanced and his head would have hit the ground, the snow. © Provided by FranceInfo The investigation continued Thursday, January 20 after the death Wednesday of Gaspard Ulliel following a collision with another skier in Savoie. The man, a lithuanian of forty years, was heard as a witness, says France blue country of Savoy . Other hearings must take place in the coming days.
Turkish Airlines specified that his flights were suspended until 21:00 GMT.
The traffic of bus and ferries was also disturbed and the motorists had banned to take their car Tuesday morning. Exceptional leave has been granted to state agents until Wednesday due to the restricted supply of transport.
A video circulating on the Internet shows a man skiing in the streets of Istanbul.
of the ever seen for 29 years, the beaches of the seaside city of Antalya, in the south of the country, disappeared under the snow.
Some 4,600 people found themselves on the roads across the country, and several thousand had to be temporarily accommodated in wealth centers, said the authority for emergencies and natural disasters.
The situation is also delicate in Greece, affected Monday by heavy snowfall.
strike at SNCF. Strong disturbances expected Monday in the southwest
© Joel Le Gall / Archives West-France a train to the station in 2020. Stock Photo. A southwest axis traffic striker strike should strongly disrupt the SNCF traffic on Monday, January 24th 2022. Only 15% of TGVs between Bordeaux and Paris will ride.
In Athens, where the Attiki Odos motorway was impassable, more than 3,500 people were evacuated, but some 1,200 vehicles remained blocked on this artery of the capital, said Giannis Oikonomou government spokesman.
In the night, soldiers distributed food, water and blankets to motorists, some of which remained trapped more than ten hours.
electricity cuts were reported to Athens.
The authorities decreed on Tuesday and Wednesday holidays - schools, administrations, companies were closed, with the exception of service stations, pharmacies and supermarkets.
The storm, baptized "Elpida", should continue until Wednesday. (Ezgi Report Erkoyun, Tuvan Gumrukcu and Karolina Tagaris; French version Valentine Baldassari and Sophie Louet, edited by)
Greece: A young wounded whale finds the sea .
A young whale wounded at the muzzle that had fallen on a beach in the south of Athens was able to return to the sea after being neat, announced Saturday the Greek authorities. "It's a high seas animal, the more it remains in shallow waters and the more health feels," said Greek Deputy Minister Georgios Amyras at the ERT public television channel. It stated that the whale, whose state remains a concern, was now off the island of Salaine.