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Port Authority linked to traffickers
An investigation by the internal affairs department of the Greek Police (ELAS) has linked the leadership of the country’s Port Authority as well as officers of the police and of the National Intelligence Service (EYP) to migrant trafficking rackets, Kathimerini understands.
 INSIDE NEWS
Greece, creditors seek breakthrough as clock runs down
Greece and its lenders enter a decisive weekend of negotiations in a bid to agree on a package of cuts and reforms that would unlo...
Coast Guard officials linked to migrant traffickers
An investigation by the internal affairs department of the Greek Police (ELAS) has linked the leadership of the country’s Coast Gu...
Civil aviation union cancels action on minister’s pledge
The Federation of Civil Aviation Authority Unions (OSYPA) called off Friday a 48-hour strike that was due to take place Saturday a...
4.2-magnitude quake strikes off Crete
An undersea quake, measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale, occurred in the area between Crete and Kassos in the early hours of Friday ...
Traffic accidents down in March
Traffic accidents in the month of March decreased by 13.1 percent compared to the same period last year, according to data from th...
Four questioned for trying to sell ancient statuette
Police on Crete were on Friday questioning four people who allegedly tried to sell an illegally acquired bronze statuette, dating ...
Bill squeezing private schools to be debated
A bill introducing drastic reforms to all levels of education is to go to public consultation next week despite objections to its ...
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Bill squeezing private schools to be debated
 
A bill introducing drastic reforms to all levels of education is to go to public consultation next week despite objections to its content by private schools and the parents of children attending cramming and language classes at those schools.
NEWS
Civil aviation union cancels action on minister’s pledge
 
The Federation of Civil Aviation Authority Unions (OSYPA) called off Friday a 48-hour strike that was due to take place Saturday and Monday.
 
ANALYSIS
GREECE & GERMANY
The breakthrough that didn’t come
By Yannis Palaiologos
Even after the formation of the pro-bailout government under Antonis Samaras following the June 2012 elections, eurozone hawks continued to press for a clean break from Greece.
CINEMA
TASSOS BOULMETIS
‘Notias’ travels back to 60s
By Maria Katsounaki
“Notias” tells the story of a boyand his journey from adolescence to adulthood as he tries to make his dreams come true.
CITY LIFE
TATOI
Development back on the table
By Giorgos Lialios
Plans to develop the former royal estate at Tatoi, a short drive from the northern Athenian suburb of Kifissia, are coming back to life.
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