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EC confirms primary surplus, paving way for debt talks
The European Commission on Wednesday confirmed Greece’s projected primary surplus of 1.5 billion euros, paving the way for the launch of talks on a debt relief and prompting the government to herald a more optimistic period.
» NEWS
Free drugs for uninsured Greeks
There are between 1.9 and 2.4 million Greeks, or roughly 20 percent of the total population, without social insurance, Health Mini...
SYRIZA´s preparation for elections upset again
SYRIZA's preparations for next month's local and European Parliament elections suffered another blow on Wednesday as Ahmet Kurt, o...
» BUSINESS
Expanding the social dividend base
The Finance Ministry is set to make some adjustments to the plan for the distribution of the so-called social dividend, so that mo...
National Bank determined to remain in the Turkish market
National Bank sources made clear on Wednesday that the upcoming 2.5-billion-euro share capital increase is to ensure that the grou...
» COMMENT
It´s too soon for Europe to declare victory
There was a time not so long ago when the vast majority of experts agreed that a country could not emerge decisively from a financ...
» LIFE
A well-traveled, cerebral, modernist meteorite of an artist
At close inspection, Constantinos Parthenis’s painting “The Little Church of Cephalonia” offers a glimpse of the artist’s key crea...
» SPORTS
Never underestimate the Greek hoopsters
Olympiakos and Panathinaikos, who between them have won the last three European crowns, won again at home on Wednesday to take the...
» COMMUNITY
Greeks in Qatar contributing to the great boom
Qatari government officials may make headlines every time they visit Greece, but are you aware of the unsung heroes behind the emi...
OPINION
Two worlds in one day
By Alexis Papachelas
Unwritten laws and injustice
By Nikos Konstandaras
The nihilistic game of the taggers
By Tasoula Karaiskaki
For faith and country
By Pantelis Boukalas
Fast-tracked legislation
By Nikos Xydakis
The danger is still here
By Costas Iordanidis
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