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Prosecutors may be enlisted in civil service evaluation
Tensions between the government and SYRIZA on the thorny issue of an evaluation scheme for the civil service demanded by the troika intensified Monday with Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis suggesting that prosecutors might be enlisted to ensure that civil servants comply with the evaluation process in the public sector and rebuking Attica’s new SYRIZA-affiliated governor, Rena Dourou, for resisting efforts to review contracts.
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Prosecutors may be enlisted in civil service evaluation
Tensions between the government and SYRIZA on the thorny issue of an evaluation scheme for the civil service demanded by the troik...
Three hurt as coast guard chase smuggling vessel in the Aegean [Update]
Three people were injured Monday after a Greek coast guard vessel chased suspected human traffickers between the Dodecanese island...
Greece responds to FYROM flag stunt on Mt Olympus
The Greek Foreign Ministry on Monday issued a terse response following questions about a visit last week by the deputy speaker of ...
Jailed GD MP shown teaching kids how to give the Nazi salute [Video]
With weeks to go before Golden Dawn much-anticipated trial starts, fresh evidence has emerged exposing the party’s Nazi roots. Foo...
Police busts VIP taxi scam using homeless bank account data
Police have busted a phony VIP taxi service in Greece that was using the bank accounts of homeless people to collect deposits from...
Three more people arrested at Fyssas march bailed
The last of the 67 people arrested during disturbances at a march last week to mark the one-year anniversary of rapper Pavlos Fyss...
FYROM official raises Vergina Sun flag on Mount Olympus peak
The vice president of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia’s (FYROM) Parliament, Antonio Milososki, has published a picture o...
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Jailed GD MP shown teaching kids how to give the Nazi salute [Video]
 
With weeks to go before Golden Dawn much-anticipated trial starts, fresh evidence has emerged exposing the party’s Nazi roots.
NEWS
Greece responds to FYROM flag stunt on Mt Olympus
 
The Greek Foreign Ministry on Monday issued a terse response following questions about a visit last week by the deputy speaker of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Antonio Milososki, to Mount Olympus, where he and other FYROM citizens unfurled flags bearing the Vergina Sun.
 
LIFE
ARCHITECTURE
Lakki, architectural gem on island of Leros, finally gets due attention
By Giorgos Lialios
Travel brochures of Leros are usually filled with pictures of Aghia Marina, your typical island village, along with the castle, the churches, the windmills and the island's – rather ordinary – beaches. There are just a handful of references to Lakki, and these are generally understated.
LIFE
EXHIBITION
The birth of the Aegean
By Christina Sanoudou
The history of how its distinctive archipelago was formed over the course of 20 million-plus years, and how the islands became the cradles of culture and in many cases the fields of great battles, is the subject of an exhibition at the Eugenides Foundation.
DEMOCRACY
FOCUS
Democracy's many guises and challenges
By Nick Malkoutzis
At second Athens Forum, experts analyze the threats to our form of governance, particularly growing inequality.
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