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Bailout monitors unlikely to return to Athens after Eurogroup, official says
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Bailout monitors unlikely to return to Athens after Eurogroup, official says

makis - Mar 20, 2017

The chances of representatives of Greece's international creditors returning to Athens after Monday's Eurogroup meeting to resume bailout talks are very slim, a European official told Kathimerini,…

Athens Newspapers Headlines
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Athens Newspapers Headlines

Panos - Mar 13, 2017

Lenders extend Athens consultations on bailout review
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Lenders extend Athens consultations on bailout review

makis - Mar 07, 2017

International creditors have extended talks in Athens on more reforms to unlock bailout aid after some progress in talks, sources close to the process said on Tuesday.…

Weather forecast: Clouds and Rain
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Weather forecast: Clouds and Rain

Panos - Mar 07, 2017

Rain and south-southeasterly winds are forecast for Tuesday. Wind velocity will reach 7 on the Beaufort scale. Rain in the northern and western parts of the country…

Poll gives conservatives 14-percent lead over leftist SYRIZA
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Poll gives conservatives 14-percent lead over leftist SYRIZA

Panos - Mar 06, 2017

New Democracy enjoyed a clear 14-percent lead of ruling SYRIZA in a public opinion poll published on Sunday, with 33 percent of respondents saying their would vote…

Weather forecast: Scattered clouds rain
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Weather forecast: Scattered clouds rain

Panos - Mar 06, 2017

Scattered clouds and winds from variable directions are forecast for Monday. Wind velocity will reach 5 on the Beaufort scale. Scattered clouds and low visibility in the…

Athens Newspapers Headlines
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Athens Newspapers Headlines

Panos - Mar 06, 2017

More disruptions in Athens transport on Friday and over weekend
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More disruptions in Athens transport on Friday and over weekend

makis - Mar 02, 2017

Athens commuters are set for fresh travel disruptions on Friday due to a planned 24-hour strike, the second this week, by workers on the Athens metro, tram…

IMF tough message to Greece-EU: Reforms now, or we are out
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IMF tough message to Greece-EU: Reforms now, or we are out

Panos - Feb 24, 2017

Following the harsh positions expressed by IMF officials on the Fund’s blog after the statements made by CEO Christine Lagarde on german TV, which essentially amounted to…

State assumes control of SNF cultural center amid concerns
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State assumes control of SNF cultural center amid concerns

Panos - Feb 24, 2017

Addressing the official ceremony for the handover of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center to the Greek state on Thursday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras welcomed “a generous…

Athens Newspapers Headlines
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Athens Newspapers Headlines

Panos - Feb 24, 2017

French PM to visit Athens on March 3
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French PM to visit Athens on March 3

makis - Feb 23, 2017

French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve is due to conduct an official visit to Athens on March 3. Cazeneuve, who is to meet with his counterpart Alexis Tsipras…

Turnstile installation closes down two Athens metro stations over the weekend
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Turnstile installation closes down two Athens metro stations over the weekend

makis - Feb 22, 2017

Two more stations of the Athens metro will remain closed this weekend as part of ongoing work to install turnstiles throughout the system. The stations that will…

No metro, tram or ISAP in Athens on Thursday
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No metro, tram or ISAP in Athens on Thursday

makis - Feb 20, 2017

Workers on the Athens metro, tram and the Piraeus-Kifissia electric railway (ISAP) will strike on Thursday to protest new legislation that will allow the Athens Public Transport…

Weather forecast: Mostly fair
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Weather forecast: Mostly fair

Panos - Feb 17, 2017

Mostly fair weather and winds from variable directions are forecast for Friday. Wind velocity will reach 4 on the Beaufort scale. Partly cloudy in the northern and…

Disruptions in Athens Friday and over weekend
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Disruptions in Athens Friday and over weekend

makis - Feb 16, 2017

Workers at the Athens metro, the Piraeus-Kifissia electric railway (ISAP) and the tram will hold a work stoppage Friday from 12 noon to 3 p.m. to protest…

Farmers protest in Athens, but leave tractors at home
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Farmers protest in Athens, but leave tractors at home

makis - Feb 14, 2017

Some 2,000 disgruntled farmers arrived in Athens on Tuesday to protest tax and social security hikes, but desisted from driving their tractors and pick-up trucks into the…

Valentines’ day in the years of recession: to love or not to love?
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Valentines’ day in the years of recession: to love or not to love?

Panos - Feb 14, 2017

Some people say “you can’t have love on an empty stomach": In the years of recession, romance can wait, as our priorities change and we turn into…

Weather forecast: Clouds and sleet
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Weather forecast: Clouds and sleet

Panos - Feb 13, 2017

Clouds, rain or sleet and northeasterly winds are forecast for Monday. Wind velocity will reach 8 on the Beaufort scale. Partly cloudy in the northern parts with…

No deal in Brussels but auditors expected in Athens next week
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No deal in Brussels but auditors expected in Athens next week

Sokratis - Feb 11, 2017

A meeting in Brussels on Friday between Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos and representatives of Greece’s international creditors yielded some progress but, although foreign auditors are expected to…