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COMMENT
Mining the depths of frustration in Halkidiki
By Yannis Palaiologos
Eldorado Gold CEO Paul Wright talks to Kathimerini about the Canadian firm’s major investment in Greece and the difficulties it is facing.
 INSIDE COMMENT
ANALYSIS
If Greece falls, no one wants their prints on the murder weapon
«We're going bust.» «No, you're not.» «You're strangling us.» «No we're not.» «You owe us for World War Two.» «We gave already." T...
COMMENTARY
Reaching crunch time
Several cabinet ministers and MPs are no longer hiding it: They either openly admit that they are promoting the drachma or they mu...
EDITORIAL
Personal sacrifices
Every country needs a powerful and capable opposition as much as a good government. Today Greece has neither. A new entity uniting...
COMMENTARY
Five years ago
This week marks five years since Greece officially entered a period of crisis when then Prime Minister George Papandreou announced...
EDITORIAL
Slippery slope
The extremely divisive language that is currently being used by parliamentary deputies and coalition ministers is both unacceptabl...
COMMENTARY
Something is changing on Cyprus
The first round of elections for the leader of the Turkish Cypriots last Sunday did not result in a winner but it showed that many...
EDITORIAL
Harmful talk
Early elections would not serve any purpose for Greece right now, and neither do threats that the government will collapse. It has...
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INTERVIEW
Unfulfilled pledge
 
By Xenia Kounalaki
It seems that the political cost of clashing with the Church and the potential impact on the cohesion of the coalition is too big for the new government to shoulder.
COMMENTARY
Fatal misunderstandings
 
By Alexis Papachelas
We, ordinary citizens, are either experiencing a possibly fatal misunderstanding or we are lacking the full picture with regard to developments in the ongoing negotiations between Greece and the country’s partners and creditors.
 
EXHIBITION
OTTOMAN-ERA ATHENS
Aspects of the Greek capital
By Nikos Vatopoulos
Presenting a new narrative, an exhibition currently on display at the Gennadius Library digs up Ottoman-era Athens and presents it from an entirely different perspective.
YOUNG BUSINESS
ZOE'S CHOCOLATES
Winning hearts in the US
By Katerina Kapernarakou
One of the secrets of Zoe’s Chocolate’s success is the use of high-quality organic products from local farmers.
MARINE SCIENCE
RESEARCH
Gyaros's underwater treasures
By Giorgos Lialios
Experts have ascertained that more than 50 percent of Gyaros’s seabed is covered by protected seagrass meadows and coral formations.
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