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US ups pressure on FYROM opposition to ratify constitutional changes

The United States urged on Tuesday the conservative main opposition in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) to approve a series of constitutional changes that will allow the country to resolve a decades-old dispute with Greece over its name, ahead of a crucial vote in FYROM's parliament.

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Kotzias meets president to discuss developments with FYROM deal

Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias held a meeting on Tuesday night with President Prokopis Pavlopoulos to discuss issues of his portfolio and developments on the efforts to resolve the name dispute with the Former Yugoslav of Macedonia through a deal signed last June, Greek media reported.

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Campaign to salvage traditional fishing boats

MARGARITA POURNARA

An ongoing campaign by Kathimerini, Skai TV and the Traditional Boats Association of Greece, among several other bodies fighting to save the Greek caique, has rallied the support of an important ally, with the Regional Authority of the Southern Aegean launching an online campaign – #savekaikia – to raise public awareness about the issue.

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Toupane spares Reds' blushes at Kymi

GEORGE GEORGAKOPOULOS

The risk coach David Blatt took in fielding a fairly weakened side in the Basket League game at Kymi, ahead of two Euroleague games in three days, very nearly led to the first big upset of the season, but Olympiakos managed to escape through a last-ditch effort by Frenchman Axel Toupane.

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Beyond the Event | Thessaloniki | To October 25

The British Council presents “Beyond the Event,” an exhibition organized in cooperation with the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography as part of this year’s PhotoBiennale festival and curated by established British-Cypriot photographer George Georgiou at the Eirmos Gallery.