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Athens Forum 2014: Democracy under pressure | Live streaming
The “Athens Forum 2014: Democracy under pressure” is a series of events that will take place in Athens on Monday September 15th, 2014 to celebrate the International Day of Democracy. The program is co-hosted by the International New York Times and the Greek newspaper Kathimerini, and held in cooperation with the United Nations Democracy Fund as its principal global event for the International Day.
» NEWS
Remains believed to belong of French hiker found on Mt Olympus, four years later
Remains believed to belong to a French woman who went missing on the peaks of Mount Olympus on September 30, 2010, were discovered...
Thessaloniki man dies in heavy rainfall on Sunday
A resident of Thessaloniki drowned on Sunday after his car was swept away in a flash flood during heavy rainfall in the northern p...
» BUSINESS
Alpha Bank launches voluntary dismissal program
Greece's fourth-largest lender, Alpha Bank on Monday announced that it is launching a voluntary dismissal program as part of cost-...
OMT may be key to full market access
The upgrade of Greece’s credit rating by Standard & Poor’s, the likely attainment of the fiscal target, signs of economic recovery...
» COMMENT
Lost in the fog
I recently attended an event where one of the guests was a much talked-about personality of the center-left, a person who has neve...
» LIFE
The birth of the Aegean
The Aegean Sea has a tumultuous history. Long before it became the subject of disputed claims and diplomatic tensions, it was rock...
» SPORTS
Greece wins women´s U19 Europeans in water polo
Greece won the women’s European Under-19 Championship in Italy beating the host in Sunday’s final, for what was the country’s seco...
» COMMUNITY
Mayor’s efforts pay off as Turkish and Israeli visitors flock to discover their ‘own’ Thessaloniki
History professor Peled Barzilai pays close attention as a guide shows the group of Israeli tourists from Netanya around Thessalon...
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US return to strategy holds out hope and danger
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Lost in the fog
By Alexis Papachelas
Greece on standby
By Nikos Xydakis
Slow or sudden death?
By Costas Iordanidis
Fixing the water pump
By Alexis Papachelas
A Greek God
By Pantelis Boukalas
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