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  1. Athens far from accepting Turkey-Libya maritime border deal, says ministry

    Greece rejected on Wednesday Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's claims that Athens is gradually accepting Ankara's positioning in the Eastern Mediterranean following the maritime border deal with Libya, saying that these activities undermine regional stability.

  2. Minor fiscal impact from pension hikes

    The increases planned for main and auxiliary pensions amount to additional public spending of 0.22 percent of gross domestic product, or 434 million euros, for 2020.

  3. Panathinaikos wins its first volleyball trophy in a decade

    Panathinaikos won its first volleyball trophy in exactly 10 years on Wednesday after beating Olympiakos in the League Cup final by the narrowest of margins.

  4. ATHEX: OTE results lead stock market higher

    OTE telecom was the protagonist in Wednesday’s bourse session following the issue of its 2019 financial results that showed a rise in profits, leading to 2.32 percent growth for its stock while accounting for over two-fifths of all of the day’s trading.

  5. Bench warrants issued for two Novartis witnesses

    Two bench warrants have been issued ordering two witnesses to appear before a special parliamentary committee looking into the merit of claims of political interference in the Novartis bribery case. 

  6. Measures announced so strikes don’t halt public transport

    Seeking to ensure that the disruption suffered by commuters during Tuesday’s general strike is not repeated, Transport Minister Kostas A. Karamanlis on Wednesday announced measures to ensure that some form of public transport remains operational during industrial action.

  7. Inquiry ordered into coroner's sexual abuse claim for infant

    Justice Minister Konstantinos Tsiaras ordered on Wednesday a disciplinary inquiry into a coroner who claimed that an 11-month-old infant who died in a hospital in Athens last week had been sexually abused.

  8. Enter Achilles | Athens | To February 25

    Director, dancer and choreographer Lloyd Newson and the British Rambert Dance Company present “Enter Achilles,” a physical theater performance which tackles the subject of masculinity and the stereotypes surrounding it.

  9. Victoria Beckham’s Vogue Greece cover makes global headlines

    News of Victoria Beckham gracing the cover of the Vogue Greece issue has drawn global media attention. The British star fashion designer is on the double cover of the March issue, photographed by acclaimed photographer Alexi Lubomirski.

  10. Performance Rooms | Athens | February 20-23

    In the context of its annual “Rooms” exhibition, the Kappatos Gallery presents “Performance Rooms 2020” at the St George Lycabettus hotel in central Athens, which brings together 18 curators and 30 performers.