Mitsotakis: SYRIZA has returned to ‘populism and lies’
NEWS

The main opposition party has returned to “the streets, populism and unbridled lies,” Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has told members of his cabinet, following SYRIZA’s recent decision to abstain from any parliamentary votes until a national election is held. “

Funeral of F-4 co-pilot held in Tripoli
NEWS

The funeral of a Hellenic Air Force officer aboard the two-seater F-4E Phantom II fighter jet that crashed in the Ionian Sea on Monday was held at the Peloponnesian city of Tripoli on Thursday.



Police in Athens investigate series of muggings targetting youths
NEWS

Police in Athens are investigating a series of attacks in which male youths were mugged and had their mobile phones stolen.

Tax inspectors shut down gas station that operated illegally for 12 years
NEWS

Tax inspectors have shut down an illegal gas station in Western Attica that sold €18 million worth of fuel since opening in 2010.

Artists’ strike closes theaters, music schools
CULTURE

Performing artists and art students ‒ some banging drums, playing trumpets and dressed in clown outfits ‒ gathered outside Parliament Thursday during a strike that closed theaters, halted TV shoots and disrupted art school classes.



ANALYSIS

Europe’s security environment has changed since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Neutrality no longer guarantees security from Russian aggression.

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NEWS

MEPs lift immunity of 2 lawmakers linked to scandal
Bulgaria’s president calls nation’s 5th election in 2 years
NEWS

Bulgaria’s president dissolved the National Assembly on Thursday and called early parliamentary elections for April 2 in hopes of resolving the country’s a bid to settle the country’s prolonged political impasse and biting economic woes.




ECONOMY

Tourism management plan
TOURISM

The Tourism Ministry this week presented the framework for the management of tourism destinations, known as Destination Management and Marketing Organization (DMMO). I




SPORTS

Asteras knocks Panathinaikos off the top
Olympiakos beats Fenerbahce by 20 in Turkey
BASKETBALL

Olympiakos is staking a claim for the top spot of the regular season’s table in the Euroleague after an emphatic triumph over Fenerbahce in Turkey on Tuesday.



CULTURE

Cultural Capital Opening Ceremony | Elefsina | February 4 & 5
WHAT'S ON

What else but the Eleusinian Mysteries could have inspired the opening ceremony of Elefsina’s year as a European Capital of Culture?




Memorial park inaugurated in fire-ravaged Mati
An unexpected visit
Lab helps preserve cultural heritage
Tsitsipas one step from the highest peak
Tsitsipas books spot in Australia Open final
Parliament remembers the Holocaust