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Tension eases on university checks
Athens University rector Theodoros Fortsakis attempted on Wednesday to defuse a brewing row over his decision to block anyone apart from students, academics, administrative staff and invited guests from entering the institution.
 INSIDE NEWS
Strong winds hamper sea travel
Winds reching 7 and 8 Beaufort led to disruptions in Saronic Gulf sea travel services from and to Piraeus, the Greek coast guard s...
Cyprus seeks EU response over Turkey´s EEZ violation
Cyprus is to raise the issue of Turkey’s violation of its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) at Thursday’s European Council meeting aft...
Thirteen indicted for inmate torture
Thirteen correctional officers and their former warden will stand trial in Serres, northern Greece, over the death of Albanian inm...
Samaras, Venizelos eye deal with troika on bailout exit by Dec 8
A meeting between Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and Deputy Premier Evangelos Venizelos on Wednesday resulted in the coalition lea...
Campaigners call for more road safety at deadly crash site
Road safety campaigners held a protest on Wednesday at the spot on Petrou Ralli Street where three people were run over and killed...
Tension eases on university checks
Athens University rector Theodoros Fortsakis (photo) attempted on Wednesday to defuse a brewing row over his decision to block any...
Case against terror group lacks suspects
An Athens prosecutor on Wednesday decided to bring criminal charges against Sect of Revolutionaries even though no arrests have be...
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Case against terror group lacks suspects
 
An Athens prosecutor on Wednesday decided to bring criminal charges against Sect of Revolutionaries even though no arrests have been made over two assassinations credited to the urban guerrilla group.
NEWS
Thirteen indicted for inmate torture
 
Thirteen correctional officers and their former warden will stand trial in Serres, northern Greece, over the death of Albanian inmate Ilie Kareli on March 27 at Nigrita Prison.
 
INTERVIEW
RICHARD GNODDE
'Greece has already found its way'
By Babis Papadimitriou
“I think the markets will support you,” says Richard Gnodde, co-chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs International and co-head of the Investment Banking Division in this interview with Kathimerini on Sunday during a recent visit to Athens.
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GREEK NUTRITION
A guardian of food traditions
By Calliope Patera
Aikaterini Kamilaki-Polymerou’s specialist field is Greek nutrition, its history, recipes and cooking techniques, and she is an authority on the subject today. She is also the former director of the Hellenic Folklore Research Center.
ARCHITECTURE
HERITAGE
A Greek village on sale in Asia Minor
By Giorgos Lialios
Until 1922, Livissi was populated mainly by Greeks – 3,500 according to some sources and 6,500 according to others – who were forced to abandon hearth and home as part of the population exchanges between Greece and Turkey.
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