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Pensioners set for another blow

Pension applications submitted after May 13, 2016 – after the so-called Katrougalos law was legislated – reveal significant cuts in pension payments.

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COMMUNITY Diaspora

A little Greece in Britain

CONSTANTINOS ZOULAS

Myconos, Paros, Santorini and Andros are islands you may have visited. Perhaps you’ve been to all of them. Now imagine that all the residents of those islands disappeared, having packed their belongings and boarded a plane, never to return, and imagine that they all moved to Britain.

COMMUNITY Athens

The revival of the capital’s commercial triangle

DIMITRIS ATHINAKIS

A pilot program called “The Triangle” has resulted in a sea change in relations between the municipality and shop owners in Athens’s “commercial triangle,” as the capital’s central retail district is known, resulting in an effective coexistence in a city that’s difficult at the best of times but which is going through an especially hard time now.

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SPORTS Soccer

Six-minute nightmare dashes Panathinaikos Europa hopes

Six minutes were enough for Athletic Bilbao to overturn Panathinaikos’s two-goal lead and establish themselves as favorites for the Europa League group stage following Thursday’s qualifying play-off first leg clash at Apostolos Nikolaidis stadium in Athens.

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Feminist Movement | Athens | To December 17

Photographs, newspaper front pages, manuscripts, posters, books, magazines and audiovisual material showcase the course of the feminist movement in Greece from the period after the 1967-74 dictatorship to the end of the 20th century.