Debt settlement mechanism working at satisfactory level
ECONOMY

“The latest data on the course of the Extrajudicial Debt Settlement Mechanism prove that it is now functioning satisfactorily,” Finance Μinister Christos Staikouras said.

Turkey says Western states gave it no evidence to back up security threat reports
NEWS

Turkey said on Friday that Western nations, including the United States and Germany, had not given it any information to back up their assertions that security threats had prompted them to close their missions in the country.



Cyprus presidential candidates push leadership credentials
NEWS

The three front-runners vying for the presidency of ethnically split Cyprus wound down their campaigns Friday, putting pronouncements of their leadership credentials ahead of issues two days before the election.

Smart Attica Digital Innovation Hub opens at Demokritos research center
NEWS

The Smart Attica European Digital Innovation Hub (Smart Attica EDIH) began operation in Greece recently to support small and medium-sized enterprises and public sector agencies in their digital transformation, the Development & Investments Ministry said in a statement on Thursday.

Thessaloniki student injured in knife attack outside school
NEWS

Police have arrested 19-year-old in Thessaloniki over his alleged involvement in the injuring of a student in a knife attack outside a high school in the neighborhood of Oraiokastro.



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NEWS

Tug and Lifeguard Crews union to follow PNO strike with further industrial action
Earthquake recorded near Methoni
NEWS

A 4.1 magnitude earthquake was recorded off the coast of Methoni, in the southern Peloponnese, on Friday afternoon at 2.44 p.m. according to the Geodynamic Institute of the Athens National Observatory. The quake’s epicenter was located 20 kilometers southwest of Methoni, at a depth of 6 kilometers.




ECONOMY

TUS to fly to four more Greek destinations
TRANSPORT

TUS Airways will launch flights from Cyprus to four Greek destinations this summer as part of its ongoing growth strategy. In addition to the recently launched flights between Larnaca and Iraklio, the airline will start new flights from Larnaca to Preveza, Corfu, Kefalonia and Hania, with one-way fares starting at 107 euros.


SOCIETY

Greek content creator in OnlyFans: ‘I’m selling pixels, not my body’



SPORTS

Asteras knocks Panathinaikos off the top
Reds rule the roost in the Euroleague
BASKETBALL

Olympiakos scored a hard-fought home win against Anadolu Efes on Friday to continue as joint leader of the Euroleague along with Real Madrid, while Panathinaikos worked well at Baskonia but could not overcome its host.



CULTURE

Jazz Chronicles | Athens | February 5
WHAT'S ON

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center’s Jazz Chronicles series continues on Sunday with Martha Mavroidi and her band.




The palace on the hill
F-4 co-pilot laid to rest in Tripoli
Memorial park inaugurated in fire-ravaged Mati
An unexpected visit
Lab helps preserve cultural heritage
Tsitsipas one step from the highest peak