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Tsipras unveils anti-austerity cabinet
Greece’s new SYRIZA-led coalition government was sworn in on Tuesday with economist Yanis Varoufakis taking the crucial post of finance minister in a slimmer cabinet including members of the right-wing Independent Greeks (ANEL), notably party leader Panos Kammenos.
» NEWS
EU toughens stance after Tsipras names cabinet
A day after Alexis Tsipras became prime minister of Greece, the euro region hardened its rhetoric. Germany and the Netherlands led...
Athens may veto further EU sanctions against Russia
The new Greek government is considering whether to veto further sanctions against Russia over the war in Ukraine, sources told Kat...
» BUSINESS
Nobel prize-winning economist says it’s time to buy Greek stocks
Investors, who have driven down Greek stocks since voters elected an anti-austerity government determined to re-negotiate the coun...
Greece to freeze plans to privatize power utility PPC, new Energy Minister says
The new Greek government of leftwing SYRIZA will freeze plans to privatize the country's dominant power utility PPC, its energy mi...
» COMMENT
A turn toward responsibility
Whatever is meant to happen with regard to the new government’s negotiations with the country’s partners and creditors will happen...
» LIFE
Tribute to Nikos Kessanlis, a pioneer and great teacher of Greek art
Armed with a forceful nature and an intrepid spirit, Nikos Kessanlis was a pioneer who changed the course of art in Greece, both a...
» SPORTS
PAOK strikes deal with Portugal´s Ricardo Costa
PAOK announced on Tuesday its agreement with Portuguese international defender Ricardo Costa. The Thessaloniki club added that the...
» COMMUNITY
The irrational crackdown on an Athenian food truck
On a recent Saturday night in the downtown neighborhood of Thiseio, a police car pulled over in front of Giorgos Glynos's Food Tru...
OPINION
The challenge for Tsipras and others
By Alexis Papachelas
SYRIZA's win will test institutions
By Nikos Konstandaras
An unbearable burden on the beleaguered voter
By Costas Iordanidis
Confusion before the ballot box
By Xenia Kounalaki
The elections and the ‘foreign factor’
By Nikos Konstandaras
Unsupervised voting
By Pantelis Boukalas
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