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Mytilene,

Greece: see MitilíniMitilíni
or Mytilene
, city (1991 pop. 24,953), capital of Lesbos prefecture, E Greece, a port on the island of Lesbos in the Aegean Sea. Roman remains are there.
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Mytilene

1. a port on the Greek island of Lesbos: Roman remains; Byzantine fortress. Pop.: 25 000 (latest est.)
2. a former name for Lesbos
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The object of the contract is to appoint a contractor for the provision of security services (indoors and outdoors) of the mytilene university unit.
Additional police officers, including anti-riot units, have been sent to Lesbos and took up positions around Mytilene. Supporters and opponents of the government used vans fitted with loudspeakers to promote the protest as well as a speech planned by the prime minister later Thursday.
Though neither ever mentions the other, it is natural to place Byzantine poets, Christopher of Mytilene and John Mauropous together in one volume, say Bernard and Livanos, because they wrote about the same time period, places, and people and largely share the same style, genres, and intellectual profile.
In the city of Mytilene on the Greek island of Lesbos, a tree on the main square is alight in blue.
After an elementary introduction to Thucydides' unique historiography, Nichols offers five chapters following chronological order: Perikles and his idealized Athenians; the juxtaposed treatment of Mytilene and Plataia, two dependent states; the Spartan commander Brasidas and war propaganda proclaiming the liberation of Hellenes; the disastrous Athenian aggression against the Sicilians; and later oscillations of the Athenian Alkibiades and Athenian fortunes.
Poco despues en el puerto de Mytilene, donde arrojo al mar una corona de flores en memoria de los que se han ahogado en busca de un futuro hizo "un vehemente llamamiento a la responsabilidad y la solidaridad " internacional.
The pope was greeted at the Lesbos Mytilene airport by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, Patriarch Bartholomew, the spiritual head of the world's Orthodox Christians, and Archbishop of Athens leronimos II. Tsipras said, (http://bigstory.ap.org/article/70062440a245491cbc216320d0f45507/pope-makes-provocative-trip-greece-eu-deports-migrants) according to AP, that he was proud of his country's response to the humanitarian crisis "at a time when some of our partners - even in the name of Christian Europe - were erecting walls and fences to prevent defenseless people from seeking a better life."
Viewers first join the brothers in Mytilene, the capital of Lesbos - of the million refugees who have arrived in Europe from Syria and Afghanistan, half have come through the tiny island.
Lesbos Cemetery Runs out of Space After Drowning Deaths MYTILENE, Greece -- For days after the boat went down, the bodies continued to wash ashore.
TOPSHOTS A refugee woman hugs her child on Eftalou beach, west of the port of Mytilene, on the Greek island of Lesbos after safely crossing the Aegean sea from Turkey on September 21, 2015.
I found Aisha Alsaddloum, aged 65, in the Kara Tepe transit camp for Syrians on the outskirts of the port town of Mytilene. She had been travelling with her family for 20 days from the northeastern Syrian town of Al-Hasakah."The country is gone," she told me."It is not for living any more.