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Evgenia Choros

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About Evgenia
Evgenia Choros is a multimedia journalist based in Athens, Greece. She has covered topics from breaking news (refugee crisis, protests, activist actions and various others) - to features, through videography, photography, writing and fully produced packages.
Languages
Greek English Spanish
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Services
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast) Vox Pop
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Politics Current Affairs Science & Environment
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UPDATED: Concordia’s Hall Building Evacuated

19 Apr 2024  |  thelinknewspaper.ca
Concordia University's Hall Building was evacuated due to a loss of electricity connected to a downtown gas leak. The evacuation occurred around 1:15 p.m., and the building was expected to reopen around 3:45 p.m. but eventually reopened at 5 p.m. Power outages began around 11:30 a.m., and Hydro Québec was unable to estimate when power would return. The outage did not affect other buildings on the Sir George Williams campus.

Nikolaos Tselementes: The 'Father' of Greek Cookbooks

02 Apr 2021  |  greekreporter.com
Nikolaos Tselementes, born in 1878, is known as the 'Father' of Greek cookbooks, with his work 'Cooking and Baking Guide' being the first complete cooking guide published in Greece in 1926. Tselementes, who grew up in Athens and studied culinary arts in Vienna, worked as a chef in various embassies and expensive restaurants in the United States. He introduced modern elements to Greek cuisine, influenced by French cuisine, and created modern versions of traditional dishes. Tselementes passed away in 1958, leaving a significant impact on Greek gastronomy.

More than 2,000 people brave freezing temperatures in thin summer tents without any source of heating at the camp

Hundreds living in tents under freezing temperatures

Extreme weather ruins small fishing boats which saved many lives during 2015 refugee crisis

Γονείς παιδιών με αυτισμό και επιληψία που είδαν οφέλη από τη χρήση ιατρικής κανναβιδιόλης μίλησαν για πρώτη φορά σε ανοιχτή εκδήλωση στην Ελλάδα.

Η Ιωάννα-Μαρία "βλέπει" οτιδήποτε ακούει, είτε με χρώματα είτε με αφαιρετικά σχήματα - Ένα υπέροχο, διαφορετικό φωτογραφικό ταξίδι με τον φακό της

Άνθρωποι που αντιμετώπισαν ή αντιμετωπίζουν τον καρκίνο, μοιράζονται την ιστορία τους, ανήμερα της Παγκόσμιας ημέρας κατά του Καρκίνου.

Live Broadcasting from Athens, Greece from the 2017 Athens Pride parade.

Live Broadcasting of an anti-austerity demonstration in Athens, Greece, during the voting of the austerity measures of the 4th Memorandum.

During the expedition of the Rainbow Warrior at the Greek islands, in collaboration with the HCMR, we did research on plastic pollution in our seas. We found plastics everywhere: on beaches, on the surface and at the bottom of the sea. Even where people cannot reach, their plastic waste can.

Το ιστορικό πλοίο της Greenpeace βρέθηκε στην Ελλάδα στο πλαίσιο της πανευρωπαϊκής περιοδείας United For Climate “Ενωμένοι για το Κλίμα”. Η παρουσία του στην Ελλάδα (12-22 Ιουνίου) είχε στόχο να στηρίξει τη δράση των τοπικών κοινωνιών ενάντια στις εξορύξεις υδρογονανθράκων και να αναδείξει τη σύνδεσή τους με το πρόβλημα της κλιματικής κρίσης που αντιμετωπίζουμε.

H1N1 Virus: 100 People Dead in Six Weeks

16 Feb 2016  |  greece.greekreporter.com
In Greece, the death toll from the H1N1 virus has reached 100 people in six weeks, with six additional deaths recently reported. The Hellenic Center for Disease Control & Prevention (KEELPNO) noted 102 new cases, including 30 children, with 92 people on support and 110 patients in high intensity care. Specialists expect the virus to decline next month and have identified the elderly, children, and teenagers as the most affected groups.
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