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Turkish seismic research vessel leaves Cyprus EEZ
The Turkish research vessel Barbaros, whose presence within Cyprus’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ)prompted Nicosia to suspend peace talks in October, was on Tuesday reported to be sailing off Turkey’s coast.
 INSIDE NEWS
Man fined 60,000 euros for shooting neighbor´s dogs to death
A man has been fined 60,000 for killing the dogs of his neighbor in the village of Anydro, in Fthiotida, central Greece, reports s...
Protesters occupy Xanthi municipality
Members of anti-establishment groups on Wednesday staged a sit-in at the municipality of Xanthi, in northern Greece, in solidarity...
Greek pensioners protest over cuts, healthcare
Greek pensioners took to the streets of Athens Wednesday to protest cuts to their pensions and healthcare reforms that are limitin...
Greek economy minister sees deal with EU/IMF on reforms next week
Greece should reach a deal with its eurozone partners and the International Monetary Fund next week on a package of reforms, which...
Finance Ministry officials to discuss talks progress as EU pushes for action [Update]
After several days of talks between representatives of Greece’s government and its creditors in Brussels on a proposed list of eco...
Athens aims to tighten ties with Russia
As talks founder with the country’s international creditors, the government is focusing on preparing for a visit to Moscow next we...
Spike in migrants reaching Lesvos
Coast guard officers on the northern Aegean island of Lesvos expressed concern Tuesday at a spike in the number of undocumented mi...
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Greek museums and sites to stay open til 7 p.m.
 
Greece’s most popular museums and archaeological sites will be open for longer from Wednesday.
NEWS
Mother of Conspiracy convict released, girlfriend remains in custody
 
A council of appeals court judges decided on Tuesday to order the conditional release of the mother of two convicted members of the guerrilla group Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire, Christos and Gerasimos Tsakalos.
 
ANALYSIS
GREECE-EU
Rift talk may be self-fulfilling prophecy
By Dimitris Kontogiannis
The Greek government has submitted the long-awaited list of reforms to the lenders but the initial signs do not point to an agreement anytime soon that could open the spigots of liquidity to the cash strapped economy.
EXHIBITION
ARCHITECTURE
Communist structures risk fate of Ozymandias
By Harry van Versendaal
Sofia-born artist Nikola Mihov has been documenting the fate of communist-era public monuments scattered around his homeland for the last few years, amassing a growing body of images and text.
COMMUNITY
NORMAN ATLANTIC
Survivor and Philhellene
By Lina Giannarou
Erwin Schrumpf, from Austria, was one of the last passengers to be rescued from the Norman Atlantic, the Greek ferry that went up in flames on December 28 while traveling from Greece to Italy. He was going back home after running another aid mission to Greece.
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This Week
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3. Contested health law to be repealed
4. Going his own way
5. Spike in migrants reaching Lesvos
6. Greek economy minister sees deal with EU/IMF on reforms next week
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1. Next Monday is D-Day for state funds
2. Eurogroup unlikely to be held soon to discuss Greek reforms
3. Moscow expects progress from Tsipras visit
4. Some more equal than others
5. Greece to present reforms by Monday, says gov't spokesman [Update]
6. Greece optimistic on deal with euro area next week
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