Albania's Chams want Greek apology for wartime expulsion

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Albania's Cham community, expelled from Greece after World War Two, asked Greece on Saturday to apologise for what they called a genocide against them and permit them to return to the area in northern Greece from which they were removed.

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The contemporary Greece we meet every day in the media becomes only slightly fictionalized in the work of writers such as Petros Markaris.

Studying the insignificant

When encountering a new country and its culture, I adopt two strategies: I visit the markets and I read the fiction.

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BUSINESS Finance European Stability Mechanism chief Klaus Regling

Creditors return for fourth review

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With the third bailout review still pending, the heads of the creditors’ representatives are set to arrive in Athens on Monday for the start of talks on the fourth and final review of the program, while technical discussions on the issue of lightening the Greek debt are also ongoing.

BUSINESS Privatizations

Water utility stakes return to the state

The Greek state is reclaiming its majority stakes in the Athens and Thessaloniki water companies, as the government has revoked the decision by the ministerial committee for privatizations handing its shares to sell-off fund TAIPED.

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