Ioannina


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Ioánnina

(Greek jɔˈanina) or

Yanina

n
(Placename) a city in NW Greece: belonged to the Serbs (1349–1430) and then the Turks (until 1913); seat of Ali Pasha, the "Lion of Janina", from 1788 to 1822. Pop: 78 000 (2005 est). Serbian name: Janina

Io•an•ni•na

(yɔˈɑ ni nɑ, ˈyɑ ni nɑ)

n.
a city in NW Greece. 44,362.
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March 25 is Greek Independence Day, but it is also the day when, in 1944, Nazis destroyed the heart of Romaniote Jewry in Ioannina. To many in Greece and around the world, the early-20th-century poet Joseph Eliyia remains the preeminent syncretist of 2,300 years of Greek-Jewish thought, encompassing the founding Western traditions of reason and faith, which he achieved in three troubled decades.
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Junior energy minister Yiannis Maniatis said the cabinet had approved drilling in the gulf of Patras, the sea region west of Ioannina and Katakolo off the western Peloponnese coast.
She leaves a son, Perry Jano and his wife Lisa; 3 grandchildren:, Haley, Hannah, and Nicholas, and 3 sisters: Olga Papakosta of Worcester, and Bia Papadimitriou and Rita Lamarin in Ioannina, Greece.
The torrential rains caused evacuations of village residents in other parts of Northern Greece, in the region of Ioannina. Mudslides caused the road between Ioannina and the Adriatic port of Igoumenitsa to be closed temporarily.
In 2006, a 2.5-month-old girl was admitted to the Pediatric Department of the University Hospital of Ioannina, in a region of northwestern Greece where animal and human infection from Brucella melitensis is still common (5,6).
It will also be possible to suspend decisions using the "Ioannina mechanism".
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