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Greek-Turkish diplomacy set to resume after Ankara 'mistake'
Talks between Greek and Turkish diplomats are expected to resume soon with a focus on easing tensions in the Aegean after Ankara said it had mistakenly issued a notice to reserve a large chunk of air space over the Aegean Sea for military maneuvers.
 INSIDE NEWS
Merkel says eurozone has hands full with existing Greek bailout program
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday refused to speculate if Greece could count on a third aid package from its euro zone ...
Premature to talk about 3rd Greek bailout, EU´s Juncker says
It is too early to discuss a third bailout package for Greece, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Wednesday...
Chomsky: EU reaction to Greek bid to reverse austerity was ´extremely savage´
The American left-wing philosopher and activist Noam Chomsky has said that the European Union's reaction to the new Greek governme...
Schaeuble: Greece needs to fulfill terms of agreement before further aid
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is sticking to his hard line on Greece, telling a German newspaper the onus was on the ...
Varoufakis briefing sacked cleaners
Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis was on Wednesday meeting with representatives of the ministry's sacked cleaners to brief them on...
For Greece, a lesson from Ireland, Kenny says
Greece should follow in the steps of Ireland's “constructive engagement” with Europe in dealing with its lingering debt crisis, th...
Election outcome does not cancel Greek commitments, Juncker says
Recent elections in Greece, won by leftist SYRIZA party, have not changed the fact that the debt-wracked nation must respect its c...
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NEWS
Defense probes yielding evidence
 
The armed forces’ internal affairs department has found evidence of wrongdoing in two military procurement cases and the government will forward this to the judiciary, Defense Minister Panos Kammenos said Tuesday after meeting with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
NEWS
Laws separating drug dealers from users ‘not applied’
 
Legal provisions distinguishing major drug dealers from users are not being properly applied, according to the Therapy Center for Dependent Individuals (KETHEA), which said recovering addicts are still receiving excessive penalties while the real offenders escape proper punishment.
 
COMMENTARY
DEBT TALKS
Vindication or fiasco
By Alexis Papachelas
The EU is a complex yet flexible institution. That said, it is important that you always have an idea of who you are talking to, who makes the hard decisions and who you can rely on in times of need.
LIFE
KASETOPHONO
Friendly playlists for all music
By Emilios Harbis
Since going online in 2012, Kasetophono (Greek for cassette player) has been gaining new fans – or listeners – who bookmark the site's address with the kind of reverence usually attached to certain radio stations.
FOCUS
WWII REPARATIONS
Greece's other dispute with Germany
The issue of wartime reparation claims over Germany’s four-year occupation of Greece, which ruined the country financially and left thousands dead, has complicated relations between Athens and Berlin for decades.
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3. Chomsky: EU reaction to Greek bid to reverse austerity was ´extremely savage´
4. Schaeuble: Greece needs to fulfill terms of agreement before further aid
5. De Guindos insistent that Greece likely to need another aid program [Update]
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