Inner workings of hooligans revealed

The case file put together by the police Sub-Division for the Prevention of Sports Violence against the participants in the incidents that led to the death of 31-year-old policeman Giorgos Lyngeridis outside a volleyball stadium in Athens last December has shed light on the way the Olympiakos club hooligans orchestrated the attack, the internal hierarchy of Gate 7 organized fans and their relationship with the management of the team.

North Macedonia polls to test EU drive

Voters in North Macedonia head to the polls on Wednesday for the first round of presidential elections, in a test vote that could define the country’s EU perspective. The tiny Balkan country changed its name in 2018, after signing the Prespes Agreement with Greece, in a process set to open its accession path to NATO and the EU.

Issue of new 30-year bond

Armed by the surprise move from Standard & Poor’s last Friday, upgrading Greece’s outlook to “Positive,” the Public Debt Management Agency is on Wednesday set to make its second major market foray for 2024, with a new 30-year bond.

Dendias, Austin discuss Read Sea mission, Ukraine, Gaza aid

Defence Minister Nikos Dendias discussed Ukraine, Greek contributions to security in the Red Sea, and bilateral relations in a call with US counterpart Lloyd Austin on Tuesday. 

IOBE sees 2024 growth at just 2.1% now

The IOBE was added to the organizations that have downwardly revised their forecasts for this year’s Greek growth, placing it at 2.1%.


A year ago, American officials seemed satisfied with how the war in Ukraine was going, thinking that the longer it went on, the more Vladimir Putin would bleed out, weakening his military and his country.