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University rectors, mayors stall over cash
As the government scrambles to raise the cash to cover its pending obligations in the coming months, it remained unclear on Monday whether university rectors and local authorities would comply with a decree forcing them to hand over their reserves.
Athens police question father of missing girl
Police in Athens on Tuesday were questioning a young man believed to be the biological father of a 4-year-old Bulgarian girl who w...
Athens judge jails arsonist for seven years
An Athens court on Tuesday handed a seven-year sentence to a 40-year-old man after finding him guilty of starting two fires in for...
Top prosecutor says Ilia fire sentences should be upheld
Supreme Court deputy prosecutor Giorgos Bobolis has recommended that the country’s top judges uphold the sentences issued last yea...
Relic of St Barbara to travel from Italy to Greece
The relic of Saint Barbara, one of the most venerated saints in the Orthodox Church, is to be lent to the Church of Greece by the ...
Tsipras presses for May debt deal, threatens referendum
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Tuesday he was confident of an outline deal with international creditors within two we...
Eurogroup´s Dijsselbloem says Greece will not make it without aid
The head of the Eurogroup said on Tuesday that a recent shakeup of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ negotiating team would not...
Greek, Turkish Cypriot leaders to kick start peace talks
Greek Cypriots unveiled measures on Tuesday to boost trust across the ethnically divided island, and announced that rival leaders ...
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Alert issued for girl, 4, who went missing in Athens
Authorities in Athens were searching on Monday for Ani Borisova, a 4-year-old Bulgarian girl who allegedly went missing in the area of Omonia, central Athens, on April 21.
Greece bestows valor medal on migrant rescuer
Defense Minister Panos Kammenos on Monday bestowed a medal on army sergeant Antonis Deligiorgis for his role in the rescue of 90 undocumented migrants whose boat crashed into rocks off the coast of Rhodes last Monday.
Consensus pulls Prespes region back from the brink
By Giorgos Lialios
In the Prespes region, around lakes Megali Prespa and Mikri Prespa, it always has been and always will be about water.
Discreet Tsakalotos tapped to salvage troubled Greek loan talks
By John Hadoulis
Running out of time and money, Greeces hard-left government has reshuffled its EU-IMF negotiating team and given a key role to a Dutch-born moderate economist less likely to irritate the country's creditors.
Strangers to Athens depict their impressions of the city
By Margarita Pournara
A reflection of the city’s past and present in an imaginary dimension remains an interesting and stimulating game for foreigners, even today.
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1. Nicosia raises 1 bln euros in second post-bailout issue
2. Greek bonds rise as country resumes compromise efforts
3. Athens police question father of missing girl
4. Athens judge jails arsonist for seven years
5. Top prosecutor says Ilia fire sentences should be upheld
6. Relic of St Barbara to travel from Italy to Greece
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This Week
1. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
2. Creditors to demand extra measures of 3 bln euros
3. Greek PM says people may have to rule on creditor deal [Update]
4. Plan on the cards for flat VAT rate of 18 pct
5. Greek PM says initial deal in bailout talks 'very close'
6. No trolley buses from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This Week
1. Greek government's popularity takes a hit as talks drag on
2. Denialism
3. Europe's collision course with Greece
4. It's up to the Greek government to ensure deal with lenders, says ECB's Coeure
5. Leaving the past in the past
6. Greece’s day of reckoning inches closer as debt payments loom
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