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Troika review in Athens unaffected by Paris meeting
A meeting between troika and Greek government officials in Paris at the beginning of September does not mean that representatives of Greece’s lenders will not then travel to Athens to carry out the fifth review of the country’s economic adjustment program, sources in Brussels clarified Tuesday.
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Troika review in Athens unaffected by Paris meeting
A meeting between troika and Greek government officials in Paris at the beginning of September does not mean that representatives ...
Soldiers set to sue over wages
Members of the armed forces and emergency services look set to take legal action to have their wages restored to pre-2012 levels a...
Multi-bill tabled in Parliament
The multi-bill of reforms needed for Greece to receive its next 1 billion euros in bailout loans and pave the way for the successf...
Nimetz in Athens without concrete ideas on name dispute
A day after visiting the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) where he called for a swift solution to the lingering name ...
MPs question whether ELSTAT chief should stay
Parliament’s institutions committee raised doubts on Tuesday about whether Andreas Georgiou should continue in his role as head of...
Thessaloniki metro workers see more delays
The aim of getting Thessaloniki’s much-delayed metro up and running by 2016 is not attainable, representatives of workers who are ...
Water company eases off debtors with under 3,000 euros outstanding
The Athens Water and Sewage Company (EYDAP) has decided to stop taking legal action to collect debts from customers that owe less ...
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Nimetz in Athens without concrete ideas on name dispute
 
A day after visiting the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) where he called for a swift solution to the lingering name dispute with Greece, United Nations’ special mediator Matthew Nimetz arrives in Athens on Wednesday for talks at 1p.m. with Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos.
NEWS
Soldiers set to sue over wages
 
Members of the armed forces and emergency services look set to take legal action to have their wages restored to pre-2012 levels after the government suggested it would not raise their pay to the same standard.
 
INTERVIEW
NIKOS MARANTZIDIS
Why and how people act
By Katerina Bakoyannis
In the wake of the recent attack on Nikos Marantzidis, the University of Macedonia professor talks about history, myth and failed dialogue.
EXHIBITION
COSTUMES
Handmade Greek fashion history
By Elis Kiss
Tracing developments in local attire from the 18th to the early 20th century, “Patterns of Magnificence: Tradition and Reinvention in Greek Women’s Costume” was developed by the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation (PLI), a cultural organization based in Nafplio, in the Peloponnese, currently celebrating 40 years of operations.
SOCIETY
KETHEA
A lifeline for addicts
By Alexandra Giannidi
Six years into a deep recession that has seen Greece slash its healthcare budget and society come under great pressure, those working at KETHEA, one of the country's biggest drug therapy networks, are being forced to deal with the fallout.
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