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17 July, 2019


Displaying results 91-120 of 316 matches for query Athens.

91. Cypriot cop saves baby in Athens

A Cypriot police officer, who was on vacation in Athens, sprang into action when he noticed the parents of a baby that stopped breathing were calling for help...

92. The cool waters of the eastern Mediterranean

Andreas Paraschos - The UN Secretary General saw in June 2017 the rejection of a Solution Framework and now he is bringing it back with a 90-day timeline, which is plenty of time to sort out answers to some big energy questions...

93. Greece in the new East Med regional security scheme

94. Excavation for missing underway in Nicosia

More excavations are underway for the search of missing Cypriots who went missing during the ethnic conflict on the island half a century ago...

95. US backs Cyprus’s right to develop resources, Pyatt says

Washington supports Cyprus’s right to develop its resources in its exclusive economic zone (EEZ), US Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt said Thursday....

96. Turkish fighter jets fly over Nicosia

Nicosia skies were pierced by the thunder of two Turkish fighter jets at noon Thursday, marking celebrations in the north while drawing condemnation in the south...

97. The name deal and Kammenos’s endgame

98. Lost ancient Greek city of Tenea located

99. The Greek Diaspora

100. Dozens of aftershocks recorded in Zakynthos

Dozens of aftershocks have rattled the Ionian island of Zakynthos and regions further afield following a powerful earthquake on Friday morning....

101. Powerful earthquake shakes Greece

102. Turkey ups ante in Eastern Med over oil and gas

103. Flying to Athens now costs more than €300

104. Nicosia pleads with Athens over energy linkup

105. Persuasion and force

106. Cobalt Air license revoked, company recorded €30 million losses per year€30-million-losses-per-year

107. Grieving widow in iconic Cyprus photo dies at 87

Nevcihan Olusum, the Turkish Cypriot woman whose agonising face was captured in a prize winning photograph in 1964, has died...

108. Tus Airways in financial difficulties

109. Greece and the many changes in the Trump administration

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

111. 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....

112. 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...

113. Powerful storm brings heavy rain to Greece

114. 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....

115. 11 meter high waves expected as Xenophon plows towards Greece

116. Larnaca man arrested for stashing cannabis

A 24-year-old male has been arrested in Larnaca following the discovery of over 26 kilos of dry cannabis in his residence...

117. AXIA Ventures Group receives Global Finance 2018 award

118. Hurricane Xenophon eyes Greece

119. 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....

120. Police probe execution-style shooting in northern Athens suburb

A 33-year-old woman who was found dead in her car in the affluent northern Athens suburb of Kifissia on Wednesday was shot with an assault rifle and had a lengthy criminal record, including drug and theft charges....