Rush to get hot spots ready meets more resistance

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Defense Minister Panos Kammenos vowed Monday that Greece would comply with European Union demands and have more refugee hot spots ready next week despite growing resistance to such projects on Kos and in other parts of Greece.

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NEWS Migration

Rush to get hot spots ready meets more resistance

Defense Minister Panos Kammenos vowed Monday that Greece would comply with European Union demands and have more refugee hot spots ready next week despite growing resistance to such projects on Kos and in other parts of Greece.

NEWS Agriculture

Standoff between gov’t and farmers grows

The standoff between the government and farmers protesting its pension reform plan seemed to intensify Monday as sources indicated that authorities would not allow producers to enter the capital with their tractors on Friday and block access to the capital over the weekend as they have planned.

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BUSINESS Economy

SEV president warns of fiscal complications

CHRYSSA LIAGGOU

The head of Greece’s industrialists has warned that if taxation and the cost of keeping a business keep rising, the country will be threatened with a serious deterioration in public revenues while it may no longer be able to hold on to talented human resources and competitive enterprises.

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COMMENT Defense

The hollow alliance

IAN BREMMER *

Since the end of World War II, the trans-Atlantic partnership has been crucial for international security and the stability of the global economy.

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LIFE Culture At the Benaki Museum's Pireos Street annex members of the public will be able to take part in a performance.

Performance: The art of existence

MARGARITA POURNARA

Marina Abramovic's upcoming visit to Athens could prove the defining event on this year's Greek cultural calendar. The inspired Serb artist whose entire career has been linked to performance art, is expected in Greece for a joint project with NEON.

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