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  1. Greece makes measles vaccination appeal amid European spike

    Health authorities in Greece have issued a public appeal to participate in vaccination and booster shot programs following a spike in measles cases in the country amid an outbreak in Europe.

  2. Athens metro station closed after suicide attempt

    The operator of the Athens metro has said that it shut down the station at Panepistimio in the city center following a suicide attempt.

  3. Rouvikonas attacks Shipping Ministry offices in Piraeus

    Members of the Rouvikonas anti-establishment group vented their anger at the Agia Zoni II tanker oil spill with a “raid” on a building belonging to the Shipping Ministry in Piraeus on Friday.

  4. Kos quake causes 95 million in damages

    The 6.6 magnitude earthquake that struck the eastern Aegean island of Kos in July caused 95 million euros in damages, according to the assessment of local authorities.

  5. Kavala fire under control

    A fire that raged in a mountainous region of Kavala, northern Greece on Thursday night has been contained, authorities said on Friday morning.

  6. Long term energy planning a top priority, says PM

    Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Friday that long term energy planning has been his government’s main priority, despite the country’s protracted financial crisis.

  7. Two cargo ships dispatched to sunken Agia Zoni II to pump out fuel

    Two cargo ships on Friday were dispatched to the area near Salamina where the Agia Zoni II fuel tanker sank earlier this month.

  8. Two migrants hospitalized after knife brawl in Chios reception center

    Two Iranian migrants sustained knife injuries on Thursday night following a brawl that took place in the Souda reception center on the island of Chios.

  9. Germans vote, Greeks wait

    If the polls are accurate and Alternative for Germany (AfD) comes third in the German elections this Sunday, this will have a negative impact on the European Union and on Greece especially. 

  10. Moving beyond just promises

    The government appears ready to take the necessary steps for the resumption two major – or emblematic, as they could be described – investment projects that have been mired in red tape.

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