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  1. El-Arabi scores again as Olympiakos puts four past Aris

    Olympiakos and PAOK scored comfortable home wins as they have turned the Super League into a two-horse race.

  2. Serving three major objectives at once

    We march on, with a mountain of energy and environmental problems to tackle in front of us, from mining and metallurgical company Larco to garbage management.

  3. Three demands that could fetch 6 billion euros

    The government’s negotiation plan for the ongoing fifth post-bailout assessment of the Greek economy provides for investments totaling 3.4 to 4 billion euros and fiscal space for tax breaks worth 2 billion euros in 2021 and 2022, as well as scope for even more tax cuts in case of overperformance.

  4. A new paradigm

    Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ nomination for Greece’s next president, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, was not based on partisan criteria (nor was it driven by inner-party concerns, for that matter).

  5. A ‘window of opportunity’ for the first market foray in 2020

    The continuation of yield chasing by investors has led to record demand for government bond issues in the eurozone. 

  6. Pensions to rise by 12-252 euros/month

    The final version of the Labor Ministry bill on the new replacement rates for pensioners will lead to an increase in main pensions by 12 to 252 euros per month, Kathimerini understands.

  7. Agenda

    MONDAY

    Finance Minister Christos Staikouras heads to Brussels to take part in the Eurogroup meeting of eurozone finance ministers.

  8. Stemming migration flows to islands 'priority' says minister

    The government's priority is to reduce migration flows to the Eastern Aegean islands, new Migration and Asylum Minister Notis Mitarachi declared Sunday.

     

  9. Greece responds to Erdogan's aggressive remarks ahead of Berlin meeting

    Greece and Turkey have exchanged pointed remarks a few hours ahead of the meeting on the situation in Libya in Berlin.

  10. Police detain 6 after overnight clashes

    Athens police say they have detained six persons after they were attacked with rocks and firebombs in central Athens early Sunday.