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SOCCER
Olympiakos overcomes depleted OFI at Iraklio
By George Georgakopoulos
Easy though it may seem, Olympiakos’s 3-0 win at depleted OFI Crete was rather difficult on Saturday, but was enough to keep the Reds on top on Saturday, as they have maintained their two-point lead over second-placed PAOK.
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SOCCER
Olympiakos overcomes depleted OFI at Iraklio
Easy though it may seem, Olympiakos’s 3-0 win at depleted OFI Crete was rather difficult on Saturday, but was enough to keep the R...
BASKETBALL
Tremendous Spanoulis sweeps Laboral Kutxa
A hot second half was enough for Olympiakos to undo visiting Laboral Kutxa and score its fourth win in as many games at the second...
SOCCER
Broke Niki Volou relegated from Super League
Financial strife continues to plague Greek soccer after cash-strapped Niki Volou were officially relegated from the Super League f...
BASKETBALL
Real Madrid was too strong for Panathinaikos
A depleted Panathinaikos suffered a comprehensive 83-65 defeat at group favorite Real Madrid, its second in four games at the Euro...
SOCCER
Cash-strapped OFI triumphs in Cup
Greek Cup favorites gained the upper hand after the first-leg games for the round of 16 in midweek, but the most impressive result...
SOCCER
OFI Crete is going under
Reports in the Greek press converge to OFI Crete soon becoming the second club in the Super League, after Niki Volou, to drop out ...
BASKETBALL
Reds on top at Basket League´s halfway point
Panathinaikos and PAOK had narrow escapes on the road at the last round of games in the Basket League’s first half, that also saw ...
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BASKETBALL
Real Madrid was too strong for Panathinaikos
 
A depleted Panathinaikos suffered a comprehensive 83-65 defeat at group favorite Real Madrid, its second in four games at the Euroleague top-16.
SOCCER
Cash-strapped OFI triumphs in Cup
 
Greek Cup favorites gained the upper hand after the first-leg games for the round of 16 in midweek, but the most impressive result came on Thursday as a depleted and cash-strapped OFI somehow managed to trounce host Panthrakikos at Komotini.

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LIFE
EXHIBITION
Revisiting Hydra with Panayiotis Tetsis
By Margarita Pournara
According to the French Romantic artist Eugene Delacroix, the first virtue of a painting is that it be a feast for the eyes. This quality features prominently in the work of Greek artist Panayiotis Tetsis.
COMMUNITY
GAMBLING
Experts warn of teenage gambling addiction
By Marianna Kakaounaki & Theodora Vassilopoulou
Sixteen-year-old 'Yiannis' is very familiar with the Internet. He was around 13 when he first tried his hand at a free poker app.
LIFE
THEATER
Greek National Theater to transform Rex on Panepistimiou into a theater hub
By Nikos Vatopoulos
A recent ruling by an Athens court granting the Greek National Theater the right to use a large theater on the ground floor of a building it owns in the city center is expected to contribute to efforts for the gentrification of Omonia Square and its environs.
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