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Europe waits for proposals from Athens
European officials believe that there is scope for an agreement with the new Greek government but that Athens will have to accept a compromise on its demands.
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Europe waits for proposals from Athens
European officials believe that there is scope for an agreement with the new Greek government but that Athens will have to accept ...
Notes provide more clues on prison breakout scheme
Police have found handwritten notes exchanged between 22-year-old Angeliki Spyropoulou and jailed members of the Conspiracy of the...
Drug prices are falling but volume sold remains high
Although there have been efforts to reduce the cost of medicines in Greece since the start of the economic crisis, the volume of d...
Tsipras plays down chance of rift
After a turbulent first week in office, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sought to calm fears about his government’s intentions and i...
Ex-revenues chief Theoharis claimes political interference
The former general secretary of public revenues, Haris Theoharis, revealed in an interview with the Daily Telegraph on Saturday th...
Journalist to head Greece´s National Intelligence Service
Yiannis Roubatis, a journalist, was appointed chief of the National Intelligence Service (EYP) by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on...
Potami party leader describes situation in Greece as ‘critical’
Stavros Theodorakis, the leader of centrist Potami, has called for a meeting of party leaders amid concerns that the SYRIZA-coalit...
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NEWS
Ex-revenues chief Theoharis claimes political interference
 
The former general secretary of public revenues, Haris Theoharis, revealed in an interview with the Daily Telegraph on Saturday that he came under political pressure and received threats during his time in office.
NEWS
Journalist to head Greece's National Intelligence Service
 
Yiannis Roubatis, a journalist, was appointed chief of the National Intelligence Service (EYP) by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Saturday.
 
COMMENTARY
FOREIGN POLICY
SYRIZA's win will test institutions
By Xenia Kounalaki
'It has always been Golden Dawn’s position that Greece should not be a part of EU and US sanctions against Russia. Our national interests and geopolitical facts dictate this stance.' This was how the ultranationalist party expressed its backing for the new Greek government on the issue on Wednesday.'
ANALYSIS
EU & GREECE
Debt relief is inevitable
By Clive Crook
Greece and the European Union will split the difference in their quarrel over debt relief. What's uncertain is how their respective governments will justify the new deal, and how much damage they'll inflict on each other before accepting the inevitable.
INTERVIEW
SCHULZ
SYRIZA must come up with ‘pragmatic solutions,’ Schulz tells Kathimerini
By Xenia Kounalaki
“SYRIZA must realize that it is now the Greek government, not a party running an election campaign,” European Parliament President Martin Schulz, the first European official to visit Greece since the country elected a new left-wing government, tells Kathimerini.
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