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  • He died on [[February 12]], [[2011]], in [[Kaftantzoglio Stadium]], home of Iraklis. [[Category:2011 deaths|Kosmopoulos, Konstantinos]]
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  • He died on [[October 9]], [[2011]]. [[Category:2011 deaths|Christeas, Antonis]]
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  • He died on [[February 15]], [[2011]]. [[Category:2011 deaths|Karabesinis, Yiannis]]
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  • *[[2011]]: [[AEK FC|AEK]] defeat [[Atromitos Athens FC|Atromitos Athens]] 3-0 and w ==Deaths==
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Antonis Christeas]], [[basketball]] player
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Georgios-Alexandros Mangakis]], professor, anti-[[Junta]] activist
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  • He died on [[August 27]], [[2011]] after being admitted to the intensive care unit of Giorgos Gennimatas hos [[Category:2011 deaths|Kallergis, Lykourgos]]
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  • He died at age 83 on [[January 11]], [[2011]] in [[Athens]], [[Greece]]. He had been married, just two years earlier, t [[Category:2011 deaths|Modinos, John]]
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  • ...as the last surviving Andrianopoulos brother. He died on [[October 25]], [[2011]], at the age of 100. [[Category:2011 deaths|Andrianopoulos, Leonidas]]
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  • [[Nikos Papazoglou]] ([[20 March]] [[1948]]–[[17 April]] [[2011]]) was a Greek singer-songwriter. He was born in [[Thessaloniki]], Papazogl [[Nikos Papazoglou]] died of cancer on [[April 17]], [[2011]] at age 63.
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  • He died on [[April 30]], [[2011]]. [[Category:2011 deaths|Santas, Apostolos]]
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  • *[[2011]]: [[PAOK FC|PAOK]] come away with a surprising 2-1 away victory over Totte ==Deaths==
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Yiannis Karabesinis]], [[laika]] composer and songwriter.
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  • *[[2011]]: Greece withdraws from World Children's Games in Ankara due to the presen ==Deaths==
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  • He died suddenly of a heart attack on [[April 11]], [[2011]], leaving behind a wife and one child. [[Category:2011 deaths|Kleanthous, Akis]]
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  • Kambanellis died on [[March 29]], [[2011]], at the age of 88, from kidney failure complications. [[Category:2011 deaths|Kambanellis, Iakovos]]
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  • He died on [[September 17]], [[2011]]. [[Category:2011 deaths|Mattheou, Phaedon]]
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Michael Cacoyannis]], Greek Cypriot filmmaker
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  • *[[2011]]: Municipal elections are held in [[Cyprus]]. The results show a marked sh ==Deaths==
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  • *[[2011]]: Economist, [[Lucas Papademos]], forms a government. ==Deaths==
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Leonidas Andrianopoulos]], footballer.
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  • ...1]]: Blasts at a munitions dump at Zygi naval base in [[Cyprus]] cause the deaths of twelve persons. ==Deaths==
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Domnitsa Lanitou]], pioneer woman athlete.
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  • *[[2011]]: Greece edges hosts China 9-8 in the women's water polo final at the Shan ==Deaths==
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Lykourgos Kallergis]], actor, director
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Iakovos Kambanellis]], playwright
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Leonidas Kyrkos]], politician.
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Nikos Koemtzis]], notorious murderer.
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  • *[[2011]]: [[Cyprus]] President, [[Dimitris Christofias]], pays an official visit t ==Deaths==
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  • *[[2011]]: In an interview given to Turkish daily "Birgun", former Turkish PM, Mesu ==Deaths==
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Akis Kleanthous]], [[Cypriot]] economist and politician.
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  • *[[2011]]: [[Panathinaikos BC|Panathinaikos]] defeat Maccabi Tel-Aviv 78-70 and win ==Deaths==
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Phaedon Mattheou]], [[basketball]] player and coach.
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Thanassis Veggos]], actor
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  • ...], [[Nea Peramos]] and [[Megara]], resulting in much damage and causing 14 deaths. *[[2011]]: [[National Football Team|Greece]] lose 3-1 to Romania, in a friendly, en
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  • He died on [[August 28]], [[2011]]. [[Category:2011 deaths|Kyrkos, Leonidas]]
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  • *[[2011]]: Greek authorities announce the names of 15 people suspected for 'fixing' ==Deaths==
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  • He died on [[September 5]], [[2011]], at the age of 89. [[Category:2011 deaths|Mangakis]]
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Nikos Papazoglou]], singer-songwriter, music producer
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  • *[[2011]]: The [[Athens Stock Exchange]] General Index falls below 1000 for the fir ==Deaths==
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  • *[[2011]]: [[Panathinaikos BC|Panathinaikos]] win their 9th straight [[A1 league]] ==Deaths==
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  • *[[2011]]: [[Panachaiki FC|Panachaiki]] president, Alexis Kougias, produces tapes w ==Deaths==
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  • He died on [[February 9]], [[2011]] at the Hippokratio Hospital in [[Athens]] after being hospitalized on [[J [[Category:2011 deaths|Ewert, Miltiades]]
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Miltiades Ewert]], politician and Mayor of Athens
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  • *[[2011]]: [[Greece]] becomes the country with the lowest credit rating in the worl ==Deaths==
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  • *[[2011]]: [[SKODA Xanthi FC|SKODA Xanthi]] international footballer, Olubayo Adefe ==Deaths==
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Konstantinos Kosmopoulos]], Mayor of [[Thessaloniki]].
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Pete Pihos]], [[Greek-American]] National Football League player
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  • ==Deaths== *[[2011]]: [[Takis Talliadoros]], [[basketball]] player.
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