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  1. Opposition leader slams minister over oil spill

    Shipping Minister Panayiotis Kouroublis should have already resigned “if he had any dignity” over the oil spill that has shut down dozens of beaches in the Saronic Gulf and caused incalculable environmental damage, opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said in Parliament on Wednesday.

  2. City’s untreated injuries

    Athens suffers from a lot of problems which have been allowed to fester and often gives the impression of a city in a sorry state of decline with its graffiti-marred walls, dirty sidewalks, smelly dumpsters and abandoned buildings left to ruin.

  3. Rio casino reopens after court order returning reserves

    The debt-wracked casino in Rio, western Greece, has been allowed to reopen after a court in Patra put a temporary stay on the seizure of its capital reserves.

  4. Race for the Cure | Athens | October 1

    The ninth annual Athens Race for the Cure will take place on Sunday, October 1, organized by the Panhellenic Association of Women with Breast Cancer.

  5. Greek foreign minister heading to Turkey next month

    Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias will visit Turkey on October 24 at the invitation of his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu, authorities said on Tuesday.

  6. Greek current account surplus widens in July, tourism revenues rise

    Greece’s current account surplus rose in July compared to the same month a year ago due to a stronger services balance and a smaller income account deficit, the Bank of Greece said on Wednesday.

  7. Greeks in Mexico safe after 7.1-Richter quake, community leader says

    All of the members of the Greek community of Mexico are safe and unharmed after a 7.1-Richter earthquake rocked the Central American country in the early hours of Wednesday, claiming more than 200 lives.

  8. Captain, engineer of spill cleanup ship arrested for fuel smuggling

    The captain and first engineer of one of the ships helping in the effort to clean up an oil spill from a sunken tanker in the Saronic Gulf has been arrested for fuel smuggling, the ANA-MPA news agency reported on Wednesday.

  9. Dimitris Condos | Athens | To October 27

    Christina Androulidaki's CAN Gallery in Kolonaki is paying tribute to Dimitris Condos (1931-96) this fall with an exhibition dedicated to the late Greek artist and his abstract work, which was considered groundbreaking at the height of his career. 

  10. Dombrovskis says it is too early to talk about a ‘clean exit’

    European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis has told Kathimerini in an exclusive interview that a successful conclusion to the third review of Greece’s third international bailout by the end of the year would send money markets a convincing message that the program is on track.

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