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Evangelos Sipsas

Athens, Greece
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About Evangelos
Evangelos Sipsas is a journalist based in Athens, Greece. 

Talented and immensely creative journalist with a commitment to high-quality research, writing, producing and reporting. Proven history of achievement in the industry with more than five years of professional experience. Dedication to European politics and Asia-Pacific Affairs with a strong desire to know the truth of the matter. Excellent reporting, interviewing skills, producing and shooting news stories. Experience writing, reporting and editing across a variety of platforms, including print, television, and online social media.
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Grief and anger in Greece as public demand train crash answers

05 Mar 2023  |  newseu.cgtn.com
Greece is experiencing grief and public outrage following the country's worst train crash, which resulted in 57 fatalities. Protests are anticipated as the public seeks answers about the crash's cause. Funerals for the first victims were held, while searches continue for missing individuals. A vigil at Larissa train station honors the memory of the deceased, many of whom were students. A 59-year-old station manager has been arrested and faces multiple felony charges in connection with the collision.

Inflation pushes up Greek grocery worries

29 Oct 2022  |  newseu.cgtn.com
High energy costs, inflation, and rising food prices in Greece are causing significant changes in consumer behavior, with many Greeks turning to farmers markets to avoid the high prices at supermarkets. A recent survey indicates that seven out of ten Greeks have cut back on basic food items, and the price of some groceries has risen by 13 percent. The Greek government, led by Kyriakos Mitotakis, has announced price caps on basic food products to mitigate the impact of inflation. Local residents and officials express concerns about the severe economic challenges, predicting a difficult winter ahead.

Former firefighters seek to prevent devastating Greek wildfire repeat

11 Jun 2022  |  newseu.cgtn.com
Greece is preparing for the upcoming fire season, aiming to prevent a repeat of the devastating wildfires of 2021. Measures include clean-ups, ground patrols, and air surveillance. The first responder group VYRONAS, consisting of former firefighters, emphasizes the importance of preparation, such as clearing paths and patrolling forests. Despite the start of the summer season, volunteer Stavros Salagiannis criticizes the delayed start of clean-up operations. The European Union is providing over 200 firefighters and technical equipment to Greece. Experts advocate for investing in prevention and preparation to combat increasingly powerful wildfires.

German shop owners head back to work warily

24 May 2020  |  news.cgtn.com
As a semblance of normalcy returns to Germany amidst the coronavirus pandemic, children are resuming school, and businesses such as barber shops, museums, and local services are reopening. Three service sector business owners share their experiences of returning to work and the additional safety measures they are implementing.

Berlin's service industry workers struggle to survive amid lockdown

27 Apr 2020  |  news.cgtn.com
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in over 200,000 deaths and nearly three million infections globally. The financial repercussions are significant as governments enforce lockdowns and businesses take severe actions, severely affecting the livelihoods of millions. Service industry workers in Berlin share their experiences of job disruptions and financial difficulties during the transition from a semi-lockdown to normalcy in Germany and other European countries.

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