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  1. Hard work pays off for Reds and Greens

    Olympiakos and Panathinaikos had to work hard to score home wins for the Euroleague on Friday, against opposition that in other seasons would not have troubled them so much.

  2. Commission pledges more funds to Greece

    Greece stands to collect some 21 billion euros of European Union subsidies in the next program period that begins next year, European Commission Vice President Margaritis Schinas said on Friday at the National Development Conference in Athens on the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-27.

     
  3. EU to fund remaining section of E65 road in central Greece

    The European Commission approved a 255-million-euro investment for the construction of a road section in central Greece, it said on Friday.

  4. Building slows in October due to confusion over VAT

    Construction activity growth slowed considerably in October, Hellenic Statistical Authority data showed on Friday, with market sources attributing the phenomenon to uncertainty at the time regarding the government’s intentions over the application of the value-added tax suspension on new buildings.

  5. Greece returns 11 failed asylum seekers to Turkey

    Greece returned to Turkey eleven migrants who did not qualify for international protection, Migration Minister Notis Mitarakis announced on social media on Friday evening.

  6. ATHEX: Bourse ends week on new 59-month high

    Friday’s bourse session was much like Thursday’s, with a mild increase for the majority of stocks as the benchmark climbed to levels unseen since February 2015. 

  7. The Human Form in 20th Century Greek Painting | Athens | January 22 - April 26

    Continuing its collaboration with the National Gallery - Alexandros Soutzos Museum, the B&M Theocharakis Foundation presents another exhibition of masterpieces from the museum's vast collections which allows the viewer to observe the various transformations in 20th century Greek painting. 

  8. A president for all Greeks

    The decision by Alexis Tsipras and Fofi Gennimata to endorse Katerina Sakellaropoulou for the position of president of the Republic guarantees that the senior judge will be elected with a comfortable majority to the highest position of state in the first vote to be held in Parliament six days from now.

  9. Moderate quake recorded in Zakynthos

    A moderate tremor measuring 4.6 on the Rickter scale hit the sea south of the island of Zakynthos in western Greece on Friday night, the Athens Geodynamics Institute said in a preliminary reading.

  10. Police probes separate pre-dawn blasts in Athens, Piraeus

    An explosion blew open a bank ATM in the northern Athens suburb of Agia Paraskevi shortly after 3 a.m. on Friday, according to police who were seeking the perpetrators behind the blast. 

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