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ATHENS, Greece — Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis tweaked his Cabinet on Friday with a focus on cost-of-living and labor policies after his center-right party's victory in Europe's parliamentary elections.

ATHENS – Acknowledging disappointing results in the European Parliament elections for New Democracy, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said there won’t be early elections in Greece and dismissed any idea of taking New Democracy further right.

ATHENS – Acknowledging disappointing results in the European Parliament elections for New Democracy, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said there won’t be early elections in Greece and dismissed any idea of taking New Democracy further right.

ATHENS - A lawsuit filed against former transport minister Kostas Karamanlis over the 2023 head-on train crash in Tempi that killed 57 will go to the Parliament - controlled by the ruling New Democracy - to decide whether to let it go to court.

ATHENS - A lawsuit filed against former transport minister Kostas Karamanlis over the 2023 head-on train crash in Tempi that killed 57 will go to the Parliament - controlled by the ruling New Democracy - to decide whether to let it go to court.

ATHENS - Drab showings by Greece’s major opposition SYRIZA and the PASOK-KINAL Socialists in elections for the European Parliament have created conflicts in their parties seeing their leaders likely facing challenges.

ATHENS - Drab showings by Greece’s major opposition SYRIZA and the PASOK-KINAL Socialists in elections for the European Parliament have created conflicts in their parties seeing their leaders likely facing challenges.

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Dealing With EU Elections Results, Mitsotakis Shuffles Cabinet Positions

ATHENS - Reacting to high food prices and disappointing showing in the European Parliament elections - 28.

ATHENS - Reacting to high food prices and disappointing showing in the European Parliament elections - 28.

Mitsotakis: Tourism Workers Should Be Well Paid and Satisfied

ATHENS - Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis stressed that “tourism development should be sustainable, resilient, fair, and participatory” and that “the dividend of growth should be distributed as fairly as possible throughout the country.

ATHENS - Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis stressed that “tourism development should be sustainable, resilient, fair, and participatory” and that “the dividend of growth should be distributed as fairly as possible throughout the country.

Under Fire After EU Elections, PASOK Leader Faces Dissension Within

ATHENS - A disappointing third place finish in European Parliament elections with just 12.

ATHENS - A disappointing third place finish in European Parliament elections with just 12.

Mitsotakis Rules Out Early Elections Amid Disappointing EU Election Results

ATHENS - Acknowledging disappointing results in the European Parliament elections for New Democracy, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said there won’t be early elections in Greece and dismissed any idea of taking New Democracy further right.

ATHENS - Acknowledging disappointing results in the European Parliament elections for New Democracy, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said there won’t be early elections in Greece and dismissed any idea of taking New Democracy further right.

Mitsotakis on Alpha TV: Cabinet to Μeet on Friday with the Same Composition

ATHENS - The cabinet will meet on Friday without any changes, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Tuesday in an interview to Alpha TV on the Tuesday following European elections.

ATHENS - The cabinet will meet on Friday without any changes, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Tuesday in an interview to Alpha TV on the Tuesday following European elections.

After Tragedy, EU Railways Agency Says Greek Trains Still Unsafe 

ATHENS - Sixteen months after a tragic train collision in Tempi that killed 57 passengers, the European Union Agency for Railways (ERA) has recommended the urgent implementation of safety measures, indicating that the trains still aren’t safe.

ATHENS - Sixteen months after a tragic train collision in Tempi that killed 57 passengers, the European Union Agency for Railways (ERA) has recommended the urgent implementation of safety measures, indicating that the trains still aren’t safe.

Two SYRIZA Stalwarts Driving Reach Out to Center-Left Parties

ATHENS - Two veterans of Greece’s major opposition SYRIZA said it should make another overture to the center-left PASOK Socialist and New Left, made up of Leftist dissidents, to try to resurrect its faded fortunes.

ATHENS - Two veterans of Greece’s major opposition SYRIZA said it should make another overture to the center-left PASOK Socialist and New Left, made up of Leftist dissidents, to try to resurrect its faded fortunes.

After EU Elections Setback, Mitsotakis Now Looks to Cut the Cards

ATHENS - His party dominates and polls show none of his rivals are close to matching his popularity but Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis - unsatisfied with New Democracy’s showing in European Parliament elections is seen looking to shuffle his Cabinet - again.

ATHENS - His party dominates and polls show none of his rivals are close to matching his popularity but Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis - unsatisfied with New Democracy’s showing in European Parliament elections is seen looking to shuffle his Cabinet - again.

Hellenes Abroad Vote in EU Elections, Overwhelmingly Support ND

ATHENS – Hellenes in the Homeland as well as in the Diaspora participated in this week’s elections for the European Parliament, Hellenes abroad voting by mail for the first time in history.

ATHENS – Hellenes in the Homeland as well as in the Diaspora participated in this week’s elections for the European Parliament, Hellenes abroad voting by mail for the first time in history.

Spin Cycle: Greece’s EU Parliament Winners, Losers Give Their Takes

ATHENS - After the established parties in Greece were surprised by far-right marginal parties that made big gains in European Parliament elections, the mainstream leaders all said they were winners in one sense or another.

ATHENS - After the established parties in Greece were surprised by far-right marginal parties that made big gains in European Parliament elections, the mainstream leaders all said they were winners in one sense or another.

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