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Focus back on Brussels talks after Riga meetings
Athens believes that Greece could still clinch an agreement with its lenders but probably at the start of June, rather than by the end of this month as it had previously hoped, following the meetings Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras held on the sidelines of the European Union leadersí summit in Riga, Latvia.
» NEWS
Deal no closer following PMís meetings in Riga
Athens believes that Greece could still clinch an agreement with its lenders but probably at the start of June, rather than by the...
Greece to back NATO-led campaign against ISIS, Kammenos says
Greece will join the United States and other NATO members in efforts to defeat militants of Islamic State (ISIS), an issue which i...
» BUSINESS
Car sales drop a gear on VAT rate uncertainty
Different scenarios of changes to value-added tax rates have paralyzed the car market in the last couple of weeks. Expectations fo...
Bulk of loan requests comes from food service
The Greek growth model for small and medium-sized enterprises during the period of the crisis will have to change, senior banking ...
» COMMENT
Consensus is key
The education bill that has been put forward by Greeceís leftist-led government has to be the subject of extensive public consulta...
» LIFE
Greeceīs last film poster painter soldiers on
Far from the limelight of Cannes, Greece's last painter of film posters toils away in a little garden studio to deliver his latest...
» SPORTS
Greece escapes soccer suspension, FIFA happy with changes
FIFA says it is satisfied with changes made to sporting law in Greece, and has dropped a threat to suspend the country from intern...
» COMMUNITY
Art group helps keep Greek culture alive in Alexandria, Egypt
In the heart of Alexandria, the Greek quarter represents a slice of Greece in Egypt stretching from the Consulate and the Club to ...
OPINION
Conspiracy madness
By Alexis Papachelas
A senseless war on institutions
By Nikos Konstandaras
A productive negotiation
By Maria Katsounaki
National self-awareness put to the test
By Pantelis Boukalas
Engaging the Greek diaspora
By Tom Ellis
Why Greece won't hold referendum on reforms
By Mohamed El-Erian
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