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Forty-four years after the heroic uprising at the Athens Polytechnic, it is time for us to completely reconsider what is euphemistically called the celebration of the anniversary.
In an effort curb a spate of cases of wealthy clients enjoying social welfare billing subsidies, the Public Power Corporation (PPC) social welfare billing programme is introducing stricter criteria for the benefit.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan today announced his country’s withdrawal from a NATO military exercise in Norway after an alliance document related to the manoeuvres allegedly depicted Turkey as an enemy target.
In a show of unity amidst mutual recriminations over the cancellation of their last debate before Sunday’s run-off, Pasok leader Fofi Gennimata and opponent Nikos Androulakis paid a joint visit to the flood disaster zone in Western Attica.
A legislative majority today approved the 2018 budget for the Greek, which for the first time since 2009 features a slight spending increase, of one million euros, or 0.75 percentage points.
At least 15 lives were lost, dozens more were endangered, estates were destroyed, entire areas drowned in mud, all just a few kilometers from the center of Athens.
Flash floods in Mandra, Western Attica, and Megara have left 13 people dead and 10 hospitalised, amongst whom a woman who has been placed on life support.
Representatives of Greece’s creditors are due in Athens on 28 November to discuss the final details before closing the third evaluation of the country’s fiscal adjustment programme.
Greece will find it extremely difficult to stem the brain drain without improvement of the economic climate and without targeted actions, saysCentral Bank of Greece Governor Yannis Stournaras.
Data collected by the Central Bank of Greece indicate that the rate of contraction of real estate prices has again dropped in the third quarter of 2017, but the downward trend continues.
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