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Team_Greece well done, great job, unique dresses!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Maria Tagalou was there as well as her unique handmade dresses. Directly from Greece in United Arab Emirates…

Enjoy the wonderful pieces…

Η Ελλάδα «σκίζει» και στη μόδα. Η Μαρία Τάγκαλου ξεσήκωσε το Ντουμπάι και ταξίδεψε την χώρα μας στην εβδομάδα μόδας που διοργανώθηκε τον περασμένο μήνα, αφήνοντας εξαιρετικές εντυπώσεις καθώς οι δημιουργίες της είναι καινοτόμες και λεπτομερώς φτιαγμένες!!!

Οι εικόνες μιλούν από μόνες τους

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The terrorist attack will have to stop.The ugly and awful monsters which kills innocent people around the world only for revenge don’t have the right to be alive. Pray for the innocent victims and their families in London! – writes a friend from London… and I would like to add «This is never gonna stop… unless Europe stops to bombard other countries»

Please Europe stop killing innocent people so that this terror also stops

Με απλά λόγια όσα συμβαίνουν γύρω μας είναι η πρόβα τζενεράλε για αυτά που θα συμβούν και στην Ελλάδα αν συνεχίσει – που θα συνεχίσει – να δέχεται καθημερινά τόσες χιλιάδες λαθρομετανάστες χωρίς να ξέρει ποιοι είναι. Βέβαια οι «αθώες» Ευρωπαικές χώρες με τις αποικίες τους σε όλο τον κόσμο και τους πολέμους που υποκινούν κάποια στιγμή θα τους ερχόταν και ο λογαριασμός…….

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You want a unique souvenir from Paris? Paint your name under the Eiffel Tower !!! There are artists that create your name using magnificent colors in a few minutes! Take a look on the video below…

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Coffee could become extinct if global warming continues on its current trajectory, according to a report by The Climate Institute.

By 2050, researchers said, the amount of suitable coffee farmland is expected to have halved due to rising temperatures, pests and fungi.

Wild coffee is expected to be wiped from the face of the planet by the year 2080.

The disappearance of the coffee plant would have a profound impact on the 120 million people worldwide whose livelihoods depend its beans – many of whom live in the world’s poorest nations.

For several of the 70 countries in the world which produce coffee, the industry is central to their economy. More than half (59 per cent) of earnings from exports in Burundi are from the product, while the beans make up a third (33 per cent) of Ethiopia’s exports and 17 per cent of Nicaragua’s.

The majority of the coffee farmers are smallholders, meaning they are particularly vulnerable to a volatile market.

Coffee-drinkers are also expected to see flavour and aroma seriously impacted – alongside soaring prices for the ever-scarcer beans.

“Looking ahead, it is hard to see how consumer prices cannot be anything but badly affected by the projected long-term decline in growing area and other impacts of a more hostile climate,” the report said.

“More and more extreme weather events in major coffee-producing regions seem set to create supply shortages, and hotter conditions will impair flavour and aroma.

“Even instant coffee is likely to be hit hard in a world of 3°C or more.”

Read full article here

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/coffee-could-be-extinct-by-2080-due-to-climate-change-destroying-areas-suitable-for-growing-beans-a7222241.html

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by Dimitrios Alexopoulos

Monday sucks! Weekend is over, back to work only to start a new countdown for next weekend!
“I’ve got a lot of paperwork on Mondays”, “I have a lot of work on Mondays” and if that wasn’t enough… People are more likely to have a heart attack on a Monday (Researchs shown)!
Don’t panic! Is only how you perceive days, situations, everything that is happening in your life. The way we view Monday is a matter of choice.
Most people choose to loathe Mondays, because they loathe Mondays. They convince themselves that Monday is a really bad day, so as expected they experience the stress on Mondays and all the bad things happen on Mondays.
At any point, we can choose to find the reasons why Monday is a great day. It is as simple as changing our mind. Better, reprogram your mind and reshape the way you think.
You have to know that when you expect something to be bad, it usually is. When you go to sleep on Sunday night with stress and with a feeling that the next day will be the worst day and it will be debilitating and workloaded, definitely your brain will be working all night to prove that your thoughts are correct!
Many people wake up on Monday morning and assume that is a “just another Monday”. Subconsciously and sometimes consciously, they are looking for something negative to happen, and it usually does.
We have to change the way of thinking. We have to re-train our brain to how we see Mondays.
What is the meaning of a lazy Friday? Some times people are exhausted and slacking, they immersed in their inaction on the weekends and sleep all the time.
My philosophy is, that we prove to ourselves and to other people we are lazy, idly and meaningless not the days we have to be at work, but in our free time! In our free time we will reveal if we are lazy indeed.
Monday is beautiful. Like a new trip, like a new day, like a new life, like Monday… Something new begins! A new week with challenges, goals and something to expect! Αnywhere you work, and when you work, try to create. Creation is very important to all human beings. Creation is the heart of the soul. So do not grumble, do not complain for a nice special day, but just see Monday as a beginning. Set your new plans and your new goals. Wake up with a smile. Wake up dancing or enjoy your new weeks coffee…
Make beautiful things on Monday. Then, make a commitment to yourself that Monday will be the most wonderful day of the week!

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The inauguration of a new president is always a balance between the national legacy and the promise of a fresh start. It is common for the speaker to try to set himself apart. Nevertheless, when Donald John Trump stood for the first time as the 45th President of the United States in a light rain to deliver his address, he went where no president has gone in more than a century. Trump’s message was not on the order of John F. Kennedy’s torch passing, or Ronald Reagan’s declaration that government is the problem. It was not even a 21st century version of Andrew Jackson’s attack on corrupt and incompetent Washington. In 16 mostly harsh, mostly confrontational minutes, Trump laid out a view of America’s destiny and place in the world that would alienate his predecessors dating back to Theodore Roosevelt and beyond.

It may go down as one of the most consequential—or one of the most misleading—speeches in the history of presidential inaugurations. Newly sworn into office, Trump announced a U-turn in the foreign policy that has defined America’s place in the world for more than 70 years. And while he was at it, he savaged the record and the motives of a large number of the men and women seated around him on the West Front of the Capitol. For all his reputation as a builder, he entered office as a wrecking ball. His choice of Vice President Mike Pence and his Cabinet appointments have been sharply conservative, but President Trump’s first message to the world was as radical as they come, and as populist as a pitchfork. If he truly means what he said (always a pertinent question for a fellow who once said he enjoys being compared to P.T. Barnum), Washington is about to become even more rancorous. And the world is in for some very big—and entirely unpredictable—changes.

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Donald Trump’s Unprecedented, Divisive Speech

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According to the General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad, more than 350,000 Greek citizens have abandoned their country during the ongoing 7-year economic recession

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Most of the data was gathered directly from statistic bureaus and other official sources in destination countries. In some cases, the exact number of Greeks who registered in local municipalities or attained work permits is not known, and a rough estimate was provided instead. Greek embassies and consulates also contributed to the research, which still lacks reliable data from many countries that host a considerable number of Greek ‘neomigrants’ (such as France, Sweden, Spain, Italy, Ireland and almost all Balkan, African, Asian and Latin American countries). Chances are that the real number is much higher, reaching or even exceeding the 427,000 total recently announced in a Bank of Greece report.

For a small country with a total population around 11 million, these numbers are outstanding, especially if one considers that they correspond to a huge percentage among highly educated and multilingual young professionals. Despite all the financial “bail-outs” and political promises, the Greek brain drain continues…

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