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Flórina

or

Phlorina

(both: flôr`ĭnə), city (1991 pop. 12,622), capital of Flórina prefecture, N Greece, near the North Macedonian border. It is connected with Bitola, North Macedonia, by a road that runs through the Monastir gap.
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Police was earlier able to arrest the victim's daughter-in-law, Joan Zara Ramos, and sister-in-law, Florina Ramos.
The Bitola-Lerin (Florina)-Solun (Thessaloniki) railroad was built over a century ago and was very important to the population of the border region.
Authorities in the town of Florina shut down all primary schools on Friday.
Romanian Lucian Stinci, 34, was so infatuated with Florina Pastina, 36, that he installed spy cameras to watch her in the shower of the shared house where they lived in Croydon, south London.
Arnold Tenorio, 47, on Wednesday reportedly shot to death his spouse Florina, the principal of Casisang National High School in Malaybalay, Bukidnon, inside the campus, police said.
Florina Gorsht, a graduate of the University of Toronto's faculty of dentistry.
Defending champion Rasim Yasar of Turkey has maintained his lead over the Netherlands Florina Bramervaer who is at the second spot after the 10 races.
The paper said at the time that the Polish group would take over RIB from US businessman Daniel Roberts and his ex-wife Florina Roberts, each holding 44.7%.
It does business through 34 branches.Country: RomaniaSector: Banking/Financial ServicesTarget: Romanian International Bank (RIB)Buyer: Leszek Czarnecki, Getin Holding SAVendor: Florina Roberts, Daniel Roberts, Other shareholdersType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
Nova Makedonija lays out an invented scenario in which PM Gruevski celebrates the jubilees in Lerin (Florina), Greece, President lvanov in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, as gigantic Macedonian flag dawns in Sobotsko and a stone plaque is mounted in Petric, Bulgaria, with the names of the Macedonian state leadership inscribed on it.
[5] Florina Cristiana (Cris) Matei, Romania's Intelligence Community: From an Instrument of Dictatorship to Serving Democracy.