An open letter published by five respected Greek academics and politicians calls for the abolition of a law preventing police from entering university grounds and an end to tolerance of campus violence.
US President Donald Trump may visit Turkey in July, Turkey’s President Tayip Erdogan said in an interview in Japan where he will attend the G20 summit and is expected to meet with his American counterpart.
Fire fighters were able to bring under partial control a large blaze that broke out near the town of Karystos, in southern Evia, on Wednesday night.
Olympic gold medalist in shooting Anna Korakaki on Wednesday landed her first European Games gold at the 25-meter air pistol final in Minsk, Belarus, three days after collecting silver in the 10 m air pistol event. The Drama-born shooter received the congratulations of President Prokopis Pavlopoulos. [European Olympic Committees]
In its annual report on the Greek economy, the Public Debt Management Agency says that the main problems of the Greek economy remain the lack of liquidity, the state’s overdue arrears and the nonperforming loans of Greek banks.
Following the improvement seen in Greece’s residential property market, plots of land have also started enjoying a price recovery, according to a survey by Geoaxis Property & Valuation Services.
Following three tenders and countless bureaucratic procedures, state sell-off fund TAIPED finally took the decisive step for the utilization of the Afandou plot on the island of Rhodes.
Despite the selling trend observed at the Greek bourse early on Wednesday and the distribution of dividends by a number of blue chip companies, stocks recovered in the latter half of the trading session, with the majority recording gains and turnover heading higher.
Greek officers detained on Wednesday night one person in connection with an earlier stunt by anarchist group Rouvikonas outside the residence of President Prokopis Pavlopoulos, who has been convicted and jailed over his participation in Greek urban guerrilla group Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire.
Former New Democracy prime minister Costas Karamanlis said Wednesday his party was right to reject the Prespes accord, the deal that ended a 27-year-old stalemate between Greece and North Macedonia over the latter's name.