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  1. Milutinov hands Olympiakos victory at Baskonia

    Within less than a week Olympiakos produced a second emphatic performance on the road to beat Baskonia in Spain on Wednesday for the Euroleague, after Panathinaikos surprisingly went down at debutant Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

  2. Kotzias, the search for solutions and his combative style

    Former foreign minister Nikos Kotzias, who resigned on Wednesday, is a unique personality. He had tense relations, not just with Defense Minister Panos Kammenos and officials from the opposition, but also with people inside the government – even inside the prime minister’s office.

  3. Albanian FM thanks Kotzias for 'genuine cooperation'

    Albania's Foreign Minister Ditmir Bushati on Wednesday thanked former counterpart Nikos Kotzias for his efforts to resolve long-standing bilateral issues, following the Greek minister's tumultuous resignation from Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' cabinet.

  4. Untapped potential in Greece’s food and agricultural sector

    Greece’s agricultural and food sector could bring an additional 12.2 billion euros per year into the economy and create 200,000 new jobs if it was brought up to modern European Union standards, according to a study by the Financial Analysis Department of the National Bank of Greece that was published this week.

  5. ‘How much without a receipt?’

    The troika of international creditors has come and gone, but some things never change in this country, no matter how many memorandums it goes through.

  6. Fire probe continues

    The Greek public expects the Prosecutor’s Office and the Supreme Court to conduct in-depth and objective investigations into why so many people died in the seaside town of Mati during July’s eastern Attica wildfires.

  7. WEF report sees a government without direction

    The Greek government is heading to the future without direction or program, according to the World Economic Forum’s latest Global Competitiveness Report.

  8. Houliarakis sees only one scenario in the 2019 draft budget

    Alternate Finance Minister Giorgos Houliarakis claimed on Wednesday at a parliamentary committee meeting that there is only one fiscal scenario in the 2019 draft budget and not two.

  9. Olympiakos's Fortounis slapped with ban for obscene celebration

    Olympiakos midfielder Kostas Fortounis has been handed a one-match ban in the Greek league as punishment for an obscene goal celebration during a game this month.

  10. ATHEX: Kotzias effect sends local stocks lower

    The increased turbulence within Greece’s coalition government due to the resignation of Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias on Wednesday led to a turnaround in the fortunes of the Athens Exchange (ATHEX).

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