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Chechen resists deportation to Russia
By Yiannis Souliotis
On October 1, the appeals prosecutor for northern Greece ordered that Amaev Khavazi be held for 40 days on the authority of the Red Notice issued by the Russian branch of Interpol. He is currently being held at the Greek capital’s maximum-security Korydallos Prison.
Local businesses come together to raise Zagorochoria’s profile
The Zagori Excellence Network, or ZEN, is a modern initiative that aims to promote Zagorochoria, an area encompassing 45 villages ...
After 20 years of cutting waste, feeding the needy, food bank keeps up good work during crisis
It’s 8 a.m. and the atmosphere on a side street in the town of Kryoneri, just north of Athens, is intense. Trucks are coming and g...
Gazi: One Athenian district that seems to be riding out the storm
Even when the crisis was at its worst and the previously popular nightlife hubs in the center of Athens were all but dead, the cen...
Intercultural dialogue in the gardens of Kavala´s Imaret
Events such as the international conference titled “Aspects of Islamic Gardens: Multi-meanings of Paradise,” which was held in Kav...
Chechen arrested in Athens resists order for deportation to Russia
“He’d told me to wait for him, that he’d find a way to come to Paris so we could live together. Finally, in early September he cal...
Farmers Republic going strong inside Greece and beyond
Every Monday without fail the Farmers Republic online store gets an order for organic fruit and vegetables worth around 50 euros f...
Dutch-powered Orange Grove incubator celebrates first year of nurturing start-ups
“Can you hear me without a microphone? I’ve learned to speak loudly because before my diplomatic career I was a windsurfing instru...
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Dutch-powered Orange Grove incubator nurturing start-ups
The ambassador of the Netherlands, Jan Versteeg, informs local media about the accomplishments of the Orange Grove business initiative after its first year. Participants are young entrepreneurs active in the fields of information technology, tourism and agricultural product promotion, among others.

Farmers Republic going strong inside Greece and beyond
The first Greek private indoor market for fresh and packaged produce has been shipping to other countries in the European Union since June, currently counting a total of 450 orders worth an average of 150 euros each.
The past, present and future of the Greek debt crisis
By Costas Karkagiannis
For a decade, until mid-2012, Josef Ackermann was the CEO at Deutsche Bank. It was a position that earned him the nickname “shadow chancellor” of Germany and allowed him to play a decisive role during the European banking crisis and then in the eurozone’s debt crisis.
Riding out the storm
By Dimitris Rigopoulos
The vivacity of Gazi is no longer something to wonder at, but even though you can see the marks of changing times it has retained much of its dynamic quality.
Keeping up the good work
By Ioanna Fotiadi
Today, Food Bank Greece has 218 locations in Athens and Thessaloniki. It sends food to 17 nursing homes, 121 soup kitchens, 21 institutions for the disabled, six rehabilitation centers, six centers for needy families and children, three centers for abused women, two cancer clinics, and seven summer camps for underprivileged children.
1. Improvement in VAT collection
2. Just two banks seen to require more capital
3. Solidarity levy extended to 2016 in bid to meet targets
4. Interior Minister accused of not paying his health fund contributions
5. Protests over university security persist
6. Samaras, Juncker examine Greek proposal for emerging from bailout
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