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Greek health authorities announced 3,089 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday from a total of 63,710 tests.

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European Union countries formally agreed on Wednesday to launch Covid travel passes as a step towards reopening to tourism this summer and will negotiate details with the bloc’s lawmakers in May, two diplomatic sources said.



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The Municipality of Athens is close to completing the revamp of part of the capital’s commercial center and pedestrian zones which had been envisaged years ago but was never implemented. 

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Officials of France’s Naval Group on Tuesday presented the company’s proposal to supply frigates to the Hellenic Navy at the French Embassy in Athens.

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President Tayyip Erdogan accused Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Wednesday of behaving with “impertinence and disrespect” after he called the Turkish leader a “dictator”.



ANALYSIS

Rarely in the past 75 post-war years has the world faced as much fluidity, uncertainty, insecurity and lack of cohesion as it does right now. Perhaps this is because the so-called X factor that determines developments is so unpredictable.



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NEWS

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Labor Minister Kostis Hatzidakis and Deputy Health Minister Vassilis Kotzamanis announced on Wednesday that self-administered coronavirus tests will be mandatory for a variety of public and private sector employees starting on Monday.




ECONOMY

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ECONOMY

Greece must boost its investments and reforms in the post-pandemic period, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) stresses in its “Going for Growth” report released on Wednesday.




SPORTS

Ahmed Hassan scored a brace to lead Olympiakos to a title-winning victory over Panathinaikos. He then went on to celebrate in style.
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BASKETBALL

Panathinaikos bowed out of this season’s Euroleague with two losses in Russia on Monday and Wednesday, to Zenit and CSKA Moscow respectively.



CULTURE

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WHAT'S ON

In celebration of the bicentennial of the Greek Revolution, the Athens Concert Hall is streaming a performance by the Meizon men’s choir of “Hymn to Freedom.”




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