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Ankara backpedals on Aegean military drill
Turkey on Monday backpedaled on plans to reserve a big chunk of air space over the Aegean Sea for military maneuvers until the end of the year, Greek officials said, following what appeared to be a reaction from the NATO alliance.
 INSIDE NEWS
Greek government searches for funds amid fresh speculation about third bailout
The government on Monday scrambled to find ways to raise much-needed funding amid renewed speculation about a third bailout for Gr...
Ankara backpedals on Aegean military drill
Turkey on Monday backpedaled on plans to reserve a big chunk of air space over the Aegean Sea for military maneuvers until the end...
Ties between terror groups probed
Counterterrorism officers were seeking to broaden their investigation into suspected links between Greek domestic terrorist organi...
Judges indict 21 over Skouries gold mine attack
A council of misdemeanor court judges has issued an indictment for 21 suspects to stand trial in connection with an attack on a go...
Mixed messages on third Greek bailout talks
Eurozone countries are discussing a third bailout for Greece worth 30 billion to 50 billion euros, Spain's economy minister said o...
Russia could ease imports embargo on Greek products
Russia is mulling loosening its embargo on agricultural products from some European Union countries, including Greece, President V...
Domokos prisoners launch hunger strike over Type C wing
Domokos Prison inmates Nikos Maziotis, Costas Gournas and Dimitris Koufodinas announced on Monday they were going on a hunger stri...
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Ties between terror groups probed
 
Counterterrorism officers were seeking to broaden their investigation into suspected links between Greek domestic terrorist organizations following the arrest Monday of Angeliki Spyropoulou, an alleged accomplice of November 17 terrorist Christodoulos Xeros, and two people with suspected links to convicted members of the Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire guerrilla group.
NEWS
Judges indict 21 over Skouries gold mine attack
 
A council of misdemeanor court judges has issued an indictment for 21 suspects to stand trial in connection with an attack on a gold mine in Skouries, Halkidiki, in February 2013.
 
COMMENTARY
DEBT TALKS
Vindication or fiasco
By Alexis Papachelas
The EU is a complex yet flexible institution. That said, it is important that you always have an idea of who you are talking to, who makes the hard decisions and who you can rely on in times of need.
LIFE
KASETOPHONO
Friendly playlists for all music
By Emilios Harbis
Since going online in 2012, Kasetophono (Greek for cassette player) has been gaining new fans – or listeners – who bookmark the site's address with the kind of reverence usually attached to certain radio stations.
FOCUS
WWII REPARATIONS
Greece's other dispute with Germany
The issue of wartime reparation claims over Germany’s four-year occupation of Greece, which ruined the country financially and left thousands dead, has complicated relations between Athens and Berlin for decades.
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