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  1. Government may call off Thessaloniki International Fair due to coronavirus

    The government is considering cancelling the annual Thessaloniki International Fair this year as part of the measures to prevent overcrowding and following an increase in the number of coronavirus infections in the wider region, according to sources.

  2. Georgia in pursuit of peace and stability

    Twelve years ago, Russia dealt a blow to the rules-based international order by launching military aggression against Georgia. The 2008 Russia-Georgia war has left a longstanding imprint.

  3. Guard prevents Corfu jailbreak

    Prison authorities thwarted an escape attempt from a penitentiary on the Ionian island of Corfu by the man convicted of murdering prominent criminal lawyer Michalis Zafeiropoulos in October 2017.

  4. Late tourism start boosts July job data

    Waiters and bartenders were the professions that boosted employment last month, taking the balance of hirings and departures in the local labor market to a surplus of almost 68,000 jobs, according to the Labor Ministry’s Ergani database.

  5. Recycling being boosted on holiday island of Santorini

    The southern Aegean island of Santorini is seeking to set higher standards in waste management and recycling practices to become a paradigm for other parts of the country facing landfill problems.

  6. SYRIZA back to its old tricks

    SYRIZA’s reaction to the recommendations outlined in a report earlier this week by the expert committee headed by economist and Nobel laureate Christopher Pissarides and advising the Greek government on economic policy is fresh evidence of the opposition’s tendency to allow its ideology to get the better of it.

  7. A right and necessary deal

    The agreement between Greece and Egypt delimiting their exclusive economic zones was a right and necessary move. With this agreement, Greece sends a clear message that it is ready to negotiate with all its neighbors in accordance with international law.

  8. ATHEX: Weekly gains reduced to just over 2.4%

    The rising tension between Beijing and Washington over trade matters and the continuous growth of coronavirus cases across the European continent checked stock prices on Friday, with Athinon Avenue seeing its benchmark slump, as well as trading volume.

  9. Regional airports hit hard by the pandemic

    Traffic at Greece’s 14 regional airports managed by German transport company Fraport has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.

  10. Waste management plan set to improve standards

    After the failure to meet targets set in 2015, the new updated National Waste Management Plan (ESDA) for 2020-30 was put up for public consultation by the Environment Ministry Thursday.