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14 October, 2019


Displaying results 91-120 of 364 matches for query Athens.

91. Katrougalos eyes 'positive agenda,' Cavusoglu economic cooperation

92. For a strong Europe

93. Finish what you started on reforms, IMF tells Greece

94. Eurogroup may put off tranche decision to Greece

The chances that the 1-billion-euro tranche will be disbursed to Greece are diminishing, as this Monday’s Eurogroup is not expected to grant its approval, given that the Greek government has not completed all the necessary reforms, according to a eurozone official who spoke to reporters on Thursday....

95. Erdogan says Blue Homeland drill is not directed against Greece

96. Turkish and Greek nationalism, a two way street

Blue Homeland was front and centre due to the naval drill of the Turkish Armed Forces, but analysts have been wasting ink to influence public opinion...

97. SYRIZA has realized that Greece belongs to the West

98. German defence minister due in Athens and Cyprus

99. EU unhappy with Greek reforms, debt relief in doubt

Greece's bailout creditors say the country has fallen behind on several key reforms that have been set as a condition for debt relief....

100. Five injured in far-right violence at graduation ceremony in Ptolemaida

Four police officers and a protester were slightly injured on Wednesday during clashes in Ptolemaida, northwestern Greece, when some 50-60 members of a far-right group tried to gatecrash a fire brigade academy graduation ceremony which was attended by Citizens’ Protection Minister Olga Gerovasili....

101. Bank of Cyprus Board proposes Takis Arapoglou for new Chairman

102. Clashes in central Athens after march to protest death of Nigerian man

A group of unknown individuals clashed with riot police officers outside a precinct in Omonia, following a march in central Athens to protest the death of a Nigerian migrant earlier this month....

103. Leaders hold informal meeting

104. Hania region facing power cuts - Two small bridges collapse

The Cretan region of Hania faced severe power cuts throughout Monday and two small bridges collapsed, due to the heavy storms and strong winds affecting the island. ...

105. First contacts with candidates for the US presidency

106. Greek PM proceeds with cabinet reshuffle

107. SYRIZA and ND should now both push for the use of the qualifier ‘North’‘north

108. Tsipras, Zaev nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

109. Steady reduction of waste and recycling a priority, Environment Minister says

110. Ankara raises issue of eight officers again

A few days before Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras visits Turkey, the country’s National Security Council said in a statement on Thursday that Ankara will continue to pursue people it accuses of taking part in the failed coup attempt in 2016 – including the eight servicemen Greece has refused to extradite....

111. Turkey to pay damages in Guzelyurtlu case

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights issued a final ruling in the Guzelyurtlu case against Turkey and Turkish Cypriot authorities in the north, holding both financially liable while clearing the Republic of Cyprus over lack of cooperation allegations...

112. Greece after Prespes

113. Wess Mitchell and the musical chairs in the Trump foreign policy team

114. EU hails Greek approval of Prespes agreement

115. Greek parliament approves historic Macedonia name deal

116. Greece’s moment of truth

117. Prespes: The rally, the raw numbers, and the day after

118. Tsipras wins confidence vote paving the way for Prespes deal

119. Product with an expiry date

120. Angela Merkel in Athens