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Alpha Bank Sells Serbian Real Estate Subsidiary for €8.4 million

Greece's Alpha Astika Akinita, an Alpha Bank subsidiary, said it has sold its Serbian subsidiary Alpha Real Estate to Mat Real Estate for 8.4...

Greece, Cyprus, Italy, Israel, EU to Sign on Gas Pipeline Development

A memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the construction of the world’s longest underwater natural gas pipeline is to be signed by the the energy ministers...

Comics Convention Athens-Con Kicks-off on the Weekend

AthensCon 2017, Greece's biggest comics and pop culture convention, is opening its doors on Saturday at the former Tae-kwon-do stadium in Palaio Faliro, to...

FM Kotzias Presents Draft Resolution for Journalists Safety in UN

Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Kotzias, submitted before the United Nations, along with other countries, a resolution aiming at protecting journalists. The resolution on...

Cyprus Hopes for Positive Results over Erdogan’s Visit to Greece

Cyprus hopes Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Greece later this month will yield positive results regarding the island’s reunification process, government spokesman Nicos...

Greek Gyros in Jeopardy after Potential EU Kebab Ban

The gyros, the most popular fast-food delicacy of Greeks around the world, may be in danger after an EU Parliament vote to ban phosphate...

Amnesty Int’l. Among 12 Groups Asking Greece to Move Refugees Before Winter

The Greek government, with the support of EU leaders, should act now before the onset of winter to end Greece’s “containment policy,” twelve human...

Greek Manufacturing Expands for Sixth Straight Month

Greek manufacturing activity continued to expand in November with rising demand and a robust increase in new orders leading firms to hire staff at...

First Lottery for Card Transactions to be Held Today

A Finance ministry lottery aimed at rewarding plastic money transactions, which will in turn fight tax evasion, is being launched Thursday, with a two...

HIV Cases in Greece Drop, Tests Shortages Rise

December 1 is the World AIDS Day, when people around the world look closely into the victims of the epidemic that devastated the world...