17 February, 2019


Displaying results 151-180 of 613 matches for query Greece.

151. Kotzias, the search for solutions and his combative style

152. Tourist arrivals hit record high in September

Tourist arrivals in Cyprus recorded a historic high in September 2018 and in the first nine months of the year staying above the 3 million mark...

153. Greece and the many changes in the Trump administration

154. Ancient mariners: Greek navy offers taste of life in galleys

155. Alpha Bank Cyprus unloads NPLs worth €400 million€400-million

156. Plan B for FYROM and more US bases in Greece

157. British woman in Limassol detained over thyroid meds

A British woman living in Limassol has been detained on Thursday after police found a large quantity of unlicensed metabolic medicine during a house search...

158. Solution from abroad for J&P Overseas

159. Greece urges US to expand military presence in Larissa, Volos, Alexandroupoli

160. With Israel in Washington

161. Whatever Guterres says he will be met with a yes

Last week was reminiscent of aerial dogfights even though there are essentially no Cypriot fighter jets here. We can put this down as a snag, but there’s a bigger issue here that pales in comparison to what lies ahead...

162. Bank share plunge fuels fears about Greece's vulnerability

163. This is the Balkans

164. Astrobank in talks to buy National Bank of Greece Cyprus unit

165. New ‘patriotic’ political party named Force of Hellenism in Greece‘patriotic-political-party-named-force-of-hellenism-in-greece

The name of the new political party formed by Dimitris Kammenos, an ultranationalist lawmaker who parted ways with coalition partner Independent Greeks in the summer over the Macedonia name deal, and Takis Baltakos, an ultra-conservative senior official in the New Democracy government of Antonis Samaras, is Force of Hellenism....

166. The international status of Cyprus has been upgraded Greek FM says

167. Banks have their recovery work cut out

The bank stock slump has gone on for too long and valuations are now exceptionally low, say senior credit sector officials in Athens. However, analysts questioned on the issue by Kathimerini say the problems that Greek lenders are facing will not be overcome quickly, justifying the pounding the sector has sustained on the Athens stock exchange....

168. Zaev: Coming days to show if deal with opposition is possible

Developments in the coming days will show whether it is possible to reach an agreement with the conservative opposition on the constitutional changes the parliament of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) is required to approve as part of a deal signed with Greece, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said on Monday, a day after the referendum held in the country....

169. Cyprus celebrates Independence Day

A military parade took place in Nicosia on Monday to mark the independence of the Republic of Cyprus, when the island moved from being a British colony to an official UN member state 58 years ago...

170. Powerful storm brings heavy rain to Greece

171. Attica governor summoned by prosecutor over deadly 2017 west Attica flood

Attica Regional Governor Rena Dourou and another nine officials have been summoned by a prosecutor as suspects in the deaths of 23 people and in the widespread destruction caused by a flash flood in the west Attica town of Mandra last November....

172. 11 meter high waves expected as Xenophon plows towards Greece

173. ‘No’ vote and abstention in FYROM referendum‘no-vote-and-abstention-in-fyrom-referendum

174. Anastasiades deeply concerned about Cyprus talks

175. Greek finance ministry lifts capital controls on cash withdrawals

Greece’s Finance Ministry announced on Thursday it is lifting all capital controls on cash withdrawals and the movement of capital within the country....

176. AXIA Ventures Group receives Global Finance 2018 award

177. Hurricane Xenophon eyes Greece

178. Tsipras’s last card

179. Moody's keeps Greek rating unchanged at B3

Moody’s kept Greece's sovereign credit rating unchanged at B3, with a positive outlook, in a credit opinion it issued on Wednesday....

180. Condé Nast International to launch its 25th Vogue in Greece