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Wed, Aug 05, 2020
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  1. Turkish military planes violate Greek airspace 33 times in a day

    Eight Turkish military airplanes carried out a total of 33 violations of Greece’s national airspace over the course of one day on Wednesday, Greek military authorities have said.

  2. Investment, savings needed

    The report just published by the Pissarides Commission shows that, during the 2010-19 period, which roughly corresponds to the protracted economic crisis that hit Greece, the country underinvested by €130 billion and saved €125 billion less that it would have if its investments and savings were comparable to the eurozone average.

  3. Five accused of running cyber-fraud ring

    A case file was submitted on Wednesday by the Papagou-Holargos police department in Athens against five Greeks, aged 46, 40, 51, 22 and 38, who are accused of belonging to a criminal gang that committed online fraud and violated money laundering laws. 

  4. No yielding to a pirate state

    Dialogue is a standard “routine” in foreign affairs. But having an “innocent dialogue” with Turkey is not what is being proposed to us now. 

  5. Church lends support to Beirut relief effort

    The Holy Synod of the Greek Orthodox Church of Greece and Patriarch Ieronymos have sent a letter to Patriarch of Antioch John offering their full support in the relief effort following Tuesday’s deadly blast in Beirut.

  6. Authorities crack down on online conspiracy theories

    An Athens prosecutor is examining posts on social media networks and news sites claiming that the pandemic is essentially a conspiracy, urging people to refuse to accept fines and sanctions and to disobey restrictions to contain a further spread.

  7. Pandemic impact is uneven

    The economic impact of the coronavirus is grossly uneven, as recent data show that pensioners, civil servants and a significant number of private sector workers have seen little if any effect on their incomes from the drop in economic activity in recent months.

  8. President expresses 'pain and sorrow' over deadly Beirut blast

    Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou on Wednesday expressed her condolences to her Lebanese counterpart, General Michel Aoun, over the devastating explosions in Beirut’s port that killed at least 100 and injured scores of people on Tuesday.

  9. One Greek dead, two injured in Beirut explosions, sources say

    One Greek national has died and two were injured in major blast in Lebanon that killed at least 100 people and injured more than 4,000 in the capital’s port on Tuesday, according to updated information from Foreign Ministry sources on Wednesday.

  10. Stock market rebounds on low volume

    Banks were behind the Athens Stock Exchange’s rebound on Tuesday, with the index jumping over 7 percent, but volume remaining disappointingly low.