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PM slams opposition, reveals little on reform list, talks
As representatives of the Greek government and the country’s international creditors continued tough talks on a proposed list of Greek reforms in Brussels, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addressed Parliament in a speech that attacked the political opposition and failed to yield much detail about the suggested package of measures.
» NEWS
Major effort under way after floods in Serres
Local authorities, residents and members of the armed forces in Serres, northern Greece, worked together on Monday in an effort to...
Golden Dawn´s No 2 released, as protests over trial linger
Just weeks before the leadership and around 70 members of Golden Dawn are to go on trial, the neo-Nazi party’s second-in-command, ...
» BUSINESS
Hoteliers hire firm to monitor illegal tourism accommodation
Greek tourism bodies are forming a strong front – including a dedicated inspection unit – against the phenomenon of illegal touris...
Construction crumbles by 80 percent in just five years
Construction in Greece has suffered one of the biggest declines to have been recorded by any professional sector within just a few...
» COMMENT
Releasing migrants from detention centers not enough, says UN rights watchdog
The Greek government's shift on immigration is “the beginning of what will no doubt be a difficult process,” according to Jan Jara...
» LIFE
Communist structures risk fate of Ozymandias
“Searching for information on something that happened in Bulgaria 30 years ago is much like being an archaeologist collecting evid...
» SPORTS
Cyprus soccer eyes reunion after 60-year divorce
Turkish Cypriot soccer officials on Monday vowed to press ahead with attempts to reunite with the Cyprus Football Association, (CF...
» COMMUNITY
Narrow escape from Norman Atlantic fails to dampen one Austrian´s support for Greece
Erwin Schrumpf, from Austria, was one of the last passengers to be rescued from the Norman Atlantic, the Greek ferry that went up ...
OPINION
The Greek brand name
By Alexis Papachelas
Time to get moving
By Nikos Konstandaras
Tsipras needs rupture with far-left, not Brussels
By Hugo Dixon
Vangelis's final lament
By Pantelis Boukalas
Let's change the subject
By Maria Katsounaki
Some more equal than others
By Takis Theodoropoulos
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Releasing migrants from detention centers not enough, says UN rights watchdog
Today
This Week
1. ECB nerves fray on Greece as supervisors rile central bankers
2. Greek markets show all at risk should mistake trigger a default
3. Talks in Brussels continue but Greece and lenders 'not there yet'
4. Greece says not backing down on debt relief goal
5. Work on tram extension begins in Piraeus
6. European stock-index futures rise as investors look to Greece
Today
This Week
1. Next Monday is D-Day for state funds
2. Eurogroup unlikely to be held soon to discuss Greek reforms
3. Moscow expects progress from Tsipras visit
4. Some more equal than others
5. Greece to present reforms by Monday, says gov't spokesman [Update]
6. Greece optimistic on deal with euro area next week
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