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Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem says Greece will not make it without aid
The head of the Eurogroup said on Tuesday that a recent shakeup of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ negotiating team would not by itself resolve the impasse between Greece and its creditors, and Athens would need new loans to stay afloat.
» NEWS
Gov’t drafts multi-bill in hope of quick payment
The cabinet is expected to meet Thursday to discuss the details of a reform multi-bill the government is preparing in the hope tha...
Generic drug brands allowed in prescriptions
Doctors are now being allowed to recommend specific generic drugs when they issue prescriptions, in what the government says is a ...
» BUSINESS
Holiday levy plans outrage professionals
The possibility that a new luxury tax or “holiday” tax could be introduced drew a strong reaction on Tuesday from the Association ...
U-turn on ENFIA and threshold
After its pre-election pledge to raise the minimum salary to 751 euros per month, two more of the government’s promises have now b...
» COMMENT
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
It is so exhausting and unpleasant for average Greek citizens to keep hearing for weeks now that the country’s cash reserves will ...
» LIFE
Strangers to Athens depict their impressions of the city
The development of modern Athens following the city’s liberation from Ottoman rule began as a reflection of neoclassicism in the e...
» SPORTS
Rethymno defeats in-form AEK on Crete
AGO Rethymnou put an end to a positive string of results for in-form AEK, while PAOK survived a strong challenge by Kolossos Rhode...
» COMMUNITY
Our troubled democracies and how to fix them
At many points during the testing years of the euro crisis, commentators in Greece and other parts of Europe have lamented the abs...
OPINION
Denialism
By Alexis Papachelas
The Armenian genocide and Hagia Sophia
By Nikos Konstandaras
Unfulfilled pledge
By Xenia Kounalaki
Tragedy in the Mediterranean
By Pantelis Boukalas
Back to the beginning
By Maria Katsounaki
Leaving the past in the past
By Costas Iordanidis
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Greek, Turkish Cypriot leaders to kick start peace talks
Today
This Week
1. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
2. Creditors to demand extra measures of 3 bln euros
3. Plan on the cards for flat VAT rate of 18 pct
4. Greek PM says people may have to rule on creditor deal [Update]
5. Greek PM says initial deal in bailout talks 'very close'
6. No trolley buses from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Today
This Week
1. Greek government's popularity takes a hit as talks drag on
2. Denialism
3. Europe's collision course with Greece
4. It's up to the Greek government to ensure deal with lenders, says ECB's Coeure
5. Leaving the past in the past
6. Greece’s day of reckoning inches closer as debt payments loom
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