Looking at the first-half results published by listed companies last week, it is easy to understand why they are having nightmares about a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
Medicines and medical supplies to support the victims of the Beirut explosion will be collected from spots throughout Attica on Thursday as part of an initiative by the Attica Regional Authority in collaboration with the Medical Association of Athens and the Oloi Mazi Boroume (All Together We Can) philanthropic organization.
The Museum of the Stoa of Attalos, in the archaeological site of the Ancient Agora in Athens, will remain closed for 14 days due to the detection of a coronavirus case.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will on Tuesday brief Greek party leaders on the latest developments in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Liverpool have signed Greece defender Kostas Tsimikas from Olympiakos Piraeus on a long-term contract, the Premier League champions announced on Monday.
Turkey’s Defense Ministry has released pictures of the seismic vessel Oruc Reis escorted by five Turkish naval units.
A prosecutor on the island of Evia has ordered an investigation to determine whether any person or body can be held responsible for the deaths of eight people, including an infant, due to the flash floods on Sunday.
Turnover on the Athens Stock Exchange may have risen Monday – to 41.8 million after the auctions – but only because investors gave sell orders, mainly on banks and other blue chips.
A man was arrested on Monday in the Kilkis area of Thessaloniki in northern Greece after narcotics unit officers found around two kilos of cannabis and a small amount of cocaine in his house.
The northern Greek town of Veria was jolted by a light earthquake early on Monday morning.