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Tsipras aims for deal with lenders by this summer
SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras will aim to conclude an agreement with Greece’s international lenders by the summer if his party is able to form a government after Sunday’s elections.
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Exit polls suggest big margin of victory for SYRIZA
Greece's anti-austerity leftist party Syriza is on course to win Sunday's snap election by a large margin over Prime Minister Anto...
Greece’s diplomatic missions ‘on hand to assist Greeks in Ukraine’
Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos (photo) expressed “deep concern” over the weekend at the escalation of violence in eastern Uk...
ANTARSYA, GD representatives attacked at polling stations
Two people were taken into custody at a polling stations in Keratsini, near Piraeus, on Sunday after an attack on representatives ...
Thessaloniki police catch suspected Turk terrorist
Police in Thessaloniki on Saturday detained a 37-year-old Turk who is wanted in his country for terrorist activities. The man face...
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Greek Elections 2015 Results | LIVE
Follow the second part of our 2015 Elections Blog for live coverage of all the breaking developments in Sunday’s general election....
Greece votes on whether to dump austerity, take on lenders
Greeks voted on Sunday in an election expected to bring to power the radical leftist SYRIZA party, which has pledged to take on in...
SYRIZA aims for landmark election win
Greeks began voting on Sunday in an election expected to bring to power the radical leftist Syriza party, which has pledged to tak...
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NEWS
Clues at hideout link Xeros to prison extortion racket
 
Police scouring a house used by November 17 convict Christodoulos Xeros, have found evidence linking the latter and his involvement in a plan to help members of the Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire guerrilla group break out from Korydallos Prison to an extortion racket whose leadership is based in the prison.
NEWS
Experts brace for flu cases as few Greeks have had jab
 
Experts have advised any Greeks experiencing the symptoms of seasonal flu to consult their doctors immediately amid concerns that there will be a “particularly strong” outbreak over the next few weeks.
 
LIFE
EXHIBITION
Revisiting Hydra with Panayiotis Tetsis
By Margarita Pournara
According to the French Romantic artist Eugene Delacroix, the first virtue of a painting is that it be a feast for the eyes. This quality features prominently in the work of Greek artist Panayiotis Tetsis.
COMMUNITY
GAMBLING
Experts warn of teenage gambling addiction
By Marianna Kakaounaki & Theodora Vassilopoulou
Sixteen-year-old 'Yiannis' is very familiar with the Internet. He was around 13 when he first tried his hand at a free poker app.
LIFE
THEATER
Greek National Theater to transform Rex on Panepistimiou into a theater hub
By Nikos Vatopoulos
A recent ruling by an Athens court granting the Greek National Theater the right to use a large theater on the ground floor of a building it owns in the city center is expected to contribute to efforts for the gentrification of Omonia Square and its environs.
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