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Samaras to seek confidence vote in bid to rally coalition
The government said on Wednesday that it will seek a vote of confidence when Parliament reconvenes next week, seeking to douse speculation about early elections and to rally coalition MPs and ministers as a crucial fifth review by the troika gets under way.
» NEWS
Terror group link prompts police raids and arrests
Police found a Kalashnikov assault rifle, a handgun, a hand grenade and numerous bullets Wednesday while searching homes in Athens...
Samaras to seek confidence vote in bid to rally coalition
The government said on Wednesday that it will request a vote of confidence when Parliament reconvenes after the summer recess next...
» BUSINESS
Attica Bank said to have rejected notable offers
Attica Bank has turned down buyout proposals from strong institutional portfolios and investors in recent months, setting the main...
PMI index slides anew in September
Greece’s Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) fell last month to its lowest point this year, hitting 48.4 points – below the zero-chang...
» COMMENT
Truth before the battle
The coalition has lost its sense of direction in the last few months. Exactly where things went off track is not the question at t...
» LIFE
Silver screen lights back up at Petit Palais cinema in Pangrati
Is it possible that the announcement of a movie theater’s reopening can lift the morale of an entire neighborhood? As things stand...
» SPORTS
Rosenberg punishes Olympiakos´s errors at Malmoe
A disappointing Olympiakos got the worst possible result from its clash with Malmoe in Sweden for the Champions League, going down...
» COMMUNITY
Debunking myths on the Internet
On March 14, the Health Ministry issued an odd announcement, citing sources from the Poison Information Center at the Aglaia Kyria...
OPINION
Dealing with the SYRIZA virus
By Costas Iordanidis
Two big hurdles ahead
By Alexis Papachelas
The Greek judicial system in critical condition
By Elena Panaritis
Should you bet with Kissinger on where the world is heading?
By Ian Bremmer
SYRIZA's painful trilemma
By George Pagoulatos
A painful curse
By Pantelis Boukalas
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