In an interview with the Sunday edition of ‘Ethnos’ (22.11), Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called Greece’s political forces for a national dialogue on the major open national issues as well as on the social cohesion of t…

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The government's multi bill on ‘prior actions’ passed through Parliament last night (20.11) with 153 votes in favour and 137 votes against in the 300-seat chamber, but the government majority shrank as two dissenting lawmakers…

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Greece and Turkey agreed on Wednesday (18.11) on closer cooperation to address the refugee crisis and tackle the human traffickers operating on the borders of the two countries, during the second and final day of PM Alexis Tsipras’ visit…

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Greece and its international lenders agreed early morning hours on Tuesday (17.11) the measures needed to unlock the disbursement of a 2-billion-euro sub-tranche and a 10-billion-euro recapitalisation of banks, following lengthy negotiati…

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Today, Greece is commemorating the 42nd anniversary since theNovember 17 student uprising at the Polytechnic School of Athens against the military junta that ruled the country from 1967 to 1974. Starting November 15, 1973 thousands of students…

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Greece joined the rest of the world over the weekend in mourning and solidarity with France, following a series of coordinated terrorist attacks in Paris last Friday (13.11), that killed 129 people and left 352 injured. A joint message by EU hea…

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The Valletta Summit on migration, 11-12.11.15, brought together 60 European and African Heads of State and Government in an effort to strengthen cooperation and address the current challenges as well as the opportunities of migration…

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In the course of the two-day deliberations at the Valletta Summit on Migration (11-12.11), attended by EU and African nations and followed by anEU informal summit later today (12.11) on the European response to the refugee crisis, Pr…

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Yesterday (04.11) Greece carried out the first relocation of asylum seekers from its territory to Luxembourg, part of an EU-approved plan to ease the burden on border nations inundated by this year's influx of hundreds of thousands of refu…

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On a two-day visit to Athens to evaluate implementation of the Greek economic programme and discuss the first package of ‘prior actions’ with Greek officials, the European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici n…

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