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SYRIZA’s HQ Hit With Molotov Cocktails

ATHENS - Police say an officer was injured when masked attackers hit the Athens headquarters of Greece's left-wing governing party with Molotov cocktails. A police official says 35 suspects have been detained for questioning in the Sunday...
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Greece Will Accelerate Return of Island Refugees to Turkey

LESBOS, Greece - Refugees and migrants on Greece’s overwhelmed eastern Aegean islands will be return to Turkey faster under a swap deal, authorities said. The government, criticized for conditions in camps and detention centers...
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New Democracy Still Runaway Leader Over SYRIZA

ATHENS - Main opposition party New Democracy (ND) continued to field a double-digit lead over ruling leftist SYRIZA in a latest opinion poll, which showed it ahead by 13 percentage points. The poll, conducted by...
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Former IMF Representative: Wrong Forecasts Increased Greece’s Funding Needs

ATHENS - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has made serious mistakes in the first memorandum, noted the chairman of Attica Bank and Greece's former representative to IMF Panagiotis Roumeliotis speaking to Athens Macedonian News...
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Tension Rises Over Turkish Live Fire Military Exercise in Aegean

ATHENS - A Turkish live fire military exercise in Greek waters of the eastern Aegean Sea has ramped up anxiety between the countries again. Speaking to Kathimerini newspaper on condition of anonymity, a Greek diplomatic source...
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Greek Bank Bad Loans Spike 1B Euros in January

ATHENS – Customers expecting deals or write-offs stopped paying their bad loans to the tune of an additional one billion euros ($1.06 billion) in January, causing more anxiety among Greece’s troubled banks. Greeks hit by...
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IMF Will Join Third Greek Bailout, Take Lesser Role

ATHENS - The International Monetary Fund is reportedly ready to join a third bailout for Greece but with far smaller loans than expected. The IMF, which took part in two first rescue packages of 240...
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New Democracy Opposes More Austerity, Sees Elections

ATHENS - New Democracy (ND) has made known that it will not vote for new measures, its spokesman Vassilis Kikilias said in an interview with Eidiseis newspaper and accused Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of the...
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NYT: The Greek Bomb in the E.U.’s Foundations

ATHENS - What is the connection between a World War II bomb buried near Thessaloniki and the structure of the European economy? As the bomb found under the foundations of a gas station near Diavata...
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Fraport Greece CEO Travels to Kavala Ahead of Airport Managemenet

KAVALA, Greece - The need to achieve a close cooperation with the local government to achieve common goals was expressed by Fraport Greece CEO Alexander Zinell on Friday, during his visit to the city...