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  1. Greece's foreign policy council to discuss Turkey, Brexit on Friday

    The National Council for Foreign Affairs (ESEP) will hold a meeting Friday at 14.30 p.m. to discuss developments in Greek-Turkish relations, following Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ recent visit to the neighbouring country.

  2. Three new Athens metro stations to open in June

    Three new Athens metro stations on Line 3 will open to the public in June this year, the head of Greece’s state-owned subway operator, Attiko Metro, told the semi-official news agency ANA-MPA.

  3. Compromise reached on protection of borrowers

    The government and Greece’s systemic banks reached an agreement on Thursday on the protection of debtors’ primary residences, which will require the approval of the country’s creditors – especially the European Central Bank.

  4. Toothless Olympiakos succumbs to Dynamo at Kiev

    The European dream has ended for Olympiakos, as the 2-2 home draw last week was followed by a 1-0 loss at Dynamo Kiev on Thursday.

  5. Greek hoopsters defeat Georgia and go top

    Greece scored its 10th win in 11 World Cup qualification games downing Georgia 81-69 on Thursday and has returned to the top of its pool one game before the conclusion of qualifying.

  6. Greece hosts over 30 million tourists in 2018

    The number of tourists who visited Greece in 2018 rose to 30.1 million, with incoming tourist traffic recording an increase of 10.8 percent compared with 2017, data released by the Bank of Greece (BoG) on Thursday show.

  7. Qatar woos construction corporations

    As part of Qatar’s efforts to forge closer ties with countries beyond the Persian Gulf, the Greece-Qatar Business Council is preparing a business mission and a workshop exclusively for Greek medium-sized construction companies and building materials enterprises in Doha on April 3.

  8. Registered unemployed are on the rise

    The number of people registered as unemployed at the Manpower Organization (OAED) rose considerably in January, the month when the increase in the minimum wage was announced.

  9. ATHEX: Benchmark at four-month high

    The benchmark of the Greek stock market recorded a new four-month high on Thursday thanks primarily to the advance by bank stocks, which continued to rise as a solution concerning the protection of debtors’ main residences appears to be near.

  10. Hospital workers sue alternate health minister for calling them ‘trash’

    Eighteen members of the national union of hospital workers (POEDIN) have filed a lawsuit demanding 270,000 euros in compensation from Alternate Health Minister Pavlos Polakis for referring to them as “trash” during a chat with journalists.

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