Greece asking EU for additional 5 bln euros to finance energy investment loans

Greek Alternate Finance Minister Theodoros Skylakakis submitted a request to the European Commission for additional loan financing resources from the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), amounting to five billion euros, in the context of REPowerEU.

The tangled web of a failed terror plot

One of the two Pakistani nationals arrested for planning to bomb a Jewish restaurant in central Athens, which doubled as a cultural and religious center, has already admitted his part in the plan, Kathimerini understands.

Panagiotopoulos and Akar to hold meeting next week

Defense Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos will travel to the earthquake-stricken areas in southeast Turkey next week to meet with his Turkish counterpart, Hulusi Akar.

Tempe train crash survivor, 21, released from hospital

A 21-year-old college student who was hospitalized with severe injuries after the train collision at Tempe, central Greece, on March 1, was released from a hospital in Thessaloniki on Wednesday.

Biden celebrates Greek Independence Day at the White House

President Joe Biden — surrounded by Greek-American politicians and community leaders — marked Greek Independence Day at the White House on Wednesday.


Is the Greek public concerned about the impunity witnessed on the island of Mykonos which came to light after the violent attack against an archaeologist?

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Two arrested in Thessaloniki for drug dealing
Erdogan says Putin may visit Turkey in April for power plant inauguration

Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin may visit Turkey on April 27 for the inauguration of the country's first nuclear power reactor built by Russia's state nuclear energy company Rosatom.


Huge success in 5-year issue

The decision of the Public Debt Management Agency to tap the markets at the exact moment the pre-election period begins and to capitalize at the same time on the improvement that has occurred in the bond market turned out to be absolutely correct.


Positive start for Greece against Gibraltar
Reds secure Euroleague playoffs’ home advantage

Olympiakos has clinched the home advantage for the Euroleague playoffs after its win over Villeurbanne, while Panathinaikos ended its poor run with a home win against Bayern.


Emmet Cohen | Athens | March 31 – April 3

Florida-based jazz pianist and composer Emmet Cohen, hailed as one of the most influential artists in his genre right now, is making his Greek debut.

Greece marks Independence Day with student, military parades
Greek workers protest outside French Embassy in Athens
Five Greek projects short-listed for Innovation in Politics Awards
Albanian PM presents his ‘Improvisations’
Return of Parthenon fragments ‘affirms universal truth’
Onassis Foundation spurs the culture of play