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Tsipras admits there could be hard days ahead
SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras said on Friday that he is determined to implement his party’s economic program if it comes to power but admitted that it would experience a challenging period.
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Tsipras admits there could be hard days ahead
SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras said on Friday that he is determined to implement his party’s economic program if it comes to power b...
Public medical centers keeping up despite shortages
Despite having just 1,050 doctors, medical centers belonging to Greece’s public health system (PEDY) saw more than 200,000 regular...
Scientists to announce Amphipolis skeleton findings next month
An analysis of a skeleton found in an Alexander-era tomb in Amphipolis, northern Greece, is expected to yield answers in January, ...
PM to take legal action over allegations of bribery in presidential vote
The prime minister’s office let it be known on Friday night that Antonis Samaras would be taking legal action against the Independ...
Education minister reassures students, parents over transfer ruling
Education Minister Andreas Loverdos sought to assure thousands of parents on Friday that their children’s university transfers are...
Courts provide names of judges to try ex-minister
The Supreme Court and Council of State provided Parliament Speaker Vangelis Meimarakis on Friday with a list from which the names ...
Poll shows SYRIZA´s lead over New Democracy narrowing
A Public Issue poll published on Friday showed SYRIZA’s lead over New Democracy narrowing by 4.5 percentage points since last mont...
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Tomb skeleton findings to be revealed next month
 
An analysis of a skeleton found in an Alexander-era tomb in Amphipolis, northern Greece, is expected to yield answers in January, the Culture Ministry said on Friday.
NEWS
Minister reassures students, parents over transfers
 
Education Minister Andreas Loverdos sought to assure thousands of parents on Friday that their children’s university transfers are not being threatened by a recent court decision.
 
COMMENTARY
HUNGER STRIKER
Romanos and the dilemma
By Xenia Kounalaki
The “system,” as Romanos likes to say in a derogatory manner, was called upon to decide whether it would show that its humanitarianism is in fact “purported” or whether the principles of our middle-class democracy are foremost based on respect for human rights.
DRAMA THERAPY
PTSD
Sophocles to the rescue
By Christina Sanoudou
The Theater of War program, based in Brooklyn, New York, has presented excerpts of ‘Philoctetes’ and ‘Ajax’ to more than 60,000 US military service members, veterans and their families.
GOLDEN DAWN
MARKET RAID
Case closed
By Yiannis Papadopoulos
None of the foreigners who abandoned their stalls when they saw the Golden Dawn group approaching was found to testify as a victim of assault in the trial. Without civil action, the case was essentially doomed from the get-go.
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