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Berlin open to backing early Greek bailout exit
Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis on Wednesday secured the commitment of his German counterpart Wolfgang Schaeuble that Greece’s eurozone partners would approve the country’s early exit from the memorandum with a precautionary credit line if all is in place by year-end.
» NEWS
Over 1,500 buildings and vehicles damaged in flash floods
Applications for compensation following heavy showers last Friday had reached 1,085 for homes and businesses and 422 for vehicles ...
Clientelism belongs to the past, says Mitsotakis
Clientelism as a tactic used by Greek political parties in their efforts to hold on to power is a thing of the past, according to ...
» BUSINESS
Germany’s bonds rise as consumer prices decline in six states
Germany’s government bonds rose for the first time in three days after data showed consumer prices unexpectedly fell in October fr...
Peripheral banks lead European shares lower after positive start
European shares turned lower on Thursday as banks in countries such as Italy, Greece and Spain resumed their recent downtrend. Sha...
» COMMENT
Time is running out in Afghanistan
Thirteen years after the attacks on the Twin Towers and NATO's entry into the war in Afghanistan, things remain pretty much unchan...
» LIFE
Greek cinema celebrates centennial at Thessaloniki film fest
In 1914 Costas Bachatoris adapted a novel by Spyros Peresiadis to produce “Golfo,” a bucolic drama that became Greece’s first-ever...
» SPORTS
Panathinaikos and PAOK retain perfect record
The third round of games in the Basket League over the weekend saw PAOK overcome the strong resistance of host KAOD at Drama, and ...
» COMMUNITY
Spetses gets spiffed up for first Tweed Run in Greece
A Tweed Run in Greece? “On yer bike,” I thought. “No, it’s true,” my friend from Spetses insisted, trying to curb her own enthusia...
OPINION
Careful what you wish for
By Alexis Papachelas
Greece’s closed society is central to its current malaise
By Yannis Palaiologos
Between West and East
By Nikos Xydakis
Haste is not a strategy
By Nikos Konstandaras
Defusing a crisis
By Costas Iordanidis
Greek crisis redux? Not exactly
By Ilias Siakantaris
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This Week
1. Greek euro dilemma is back as minister predicts volatility
2. Students hijack university senate meeting
3. Peripheral banks lead European shares lower after positive start
4. Clientelism belongs to the past, says Mitsotakis
5. Over 1,500 buildings and vehicles damaged in flash floods
6. Germany’s bonds rise as consumer prices decline in six states
Today
This Week
1. At least 11 banks to fail European stress tests, three in Greece, report says
2. Austria’s creative bookkeeping beats Greece on secret debts
3. Cyprus to block Turkey's EU talks after EEZ violation
4. End of reason, end of humanity
5. Clean bill of health for Greek banks from stress tests
6. Samaras pledges action after flash floods in Athens
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