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Anti-racism bill goes back to Parliament
An anti-racism bill, foreseeing stiffer penalties for individuals and political parties that engage in racism or incite racist violence, is to be debated in Parliament on Tuesday following months of delays amid objections to its provisions, chiefly by conservative lawmakers.
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Education minister calls for probe into predecessor´s reform plan
Following reports that a plan to reform the tertiary education sector launched in the spring of 2013 failed to lead to millions of...
Anti-racism bill goes back to Parliament
An anti-racism bill, foreseeing stiffer penalties for individuals and political parties that engage in racism or incite racist vio...
Athens condemns Erdogan comments about Cyprus
Athens reacted angrily on Monday to calls by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for a “two-state” solution to the Cyprus probl...
Government tries to lower hopes ahead of Paris talks
With the launch of talks with the troika in Paris due to begin on Tuesday afternoon, government officials on Monday sought to curb...
Sanitary landfill for Ilia in Peloponnese given green light
The Environment Ministry on Monday approved the final draft of a tender for a sanitary landfill to serve the region of Ilia in the...
Deputy Education Minister quits for ‘personal reasons´
Deputy Education Minister Costas Koukodimos resigned from his post on Monday citing personal reasons while reports indicated that ...
Two injured after being shot at christening
Two young men remained in stable condition at a Hania hospital on Crete on Monday after sustaining leg injuries at a christening i...
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Sanitary landfill for Ilia in Peloponnese given green light
 
The Environment Ministry on Monday approved the final draft of a tender for a sanitary landfill to serve the region of Ilia in the western Peloponnese, though there are concerns about how municipalities will manage until the unit is constructed if the current five illegal landfills are shut down.
NEWS
Education minister calls for probe into predecessor's reform plan
 
Following reports that a plan to reform the tertiary education sector launched in the spring of 2013 failed to lead to millions of euros in savings, Education Minister Andreas Loverdos has called for an immediate assessment of the scheme’s implementation.
 
LIFE
GASTRONOMY
From crowdfunding to recipes for sharing
By Anna Mazarakis
Three-quarters of a cup of creativity, two tablespoons of love, a pinch of anxiety, a few drops of doubt – these are just a few of the ingredients Alexandra Stratou listed in a Kickstarter video introducing what it took to create a self-published cookbook filled with family recipes.
BUSINESS
ANALYSIS
Perceptions and praying for our peers
By Dimitris Kontogiannis
Biggest threats to Greece’s recovery are how others view the country and other eurozone states’ performance.
COMMENTARY
SOCIETY
Purification rituals
By Nikos Xydakis
As the deadly deflation deepens, as the economy remains locked in recession for a sixth consecutive year, and as unemployment hovers at a stubbornly high rate, it simply makes no sense to drain the economy in advance. The Greek economy is dying for liquidity and demand-side measures while people are desperate for jobs.
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