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Fri, Dec 13, 2019
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  1. Two banks, sandwich shop attacked overnight in Athens

    Unknown assailants vandalized two banks and a sandwich shop on central Ethnikis Antistaseos Street in the eastern Athens district of Kaisariani in the early hours of Friday.

  2. EU leaders break stalemate over climate target, claim deal

    EU leaders broke a deadlock early Friday and claimed a deal over a key climate target by committing to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, sidestepping the objections of Poland, one of the bloc’s biggest economies.

  3. EU poised to reject accord between Turkey and Libya

    European Union leaders meeting in Brussels for a second day on Friday are expected to issue a statement rejecting a Turkey-Libya maritime border deal as invalid and insisting that the pact interferes with the rights of other countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea. 

  4. Trikala to be Greece’s first ‘Giga City’

    The City of Trikala and telecommunications company Vodafone presented on Thursday the project for the first smart city, or “Giga City,” as they described the town in central Greece.

  5. Aegean Air shifts focus to Thessaloniki, Corfu

    Aegean Air announced its summer schedule for 2020 on Thursday, shifting some of its focus to Thessaloniki.

  6. One in four cigarettes is contraband

    Greek consumers smoked more smuggled cigarettes than all other Europeans in 2018, with one in every four smoked last year in Greece being contraband, according to the Stella Report by KPMG presented on Thursday in Athens.

  7. ATHEX: PPC keeps bourse index in the black

    Traders are betting that Public Power Corporation managers will present a very positive overview to analysts in a conference call on Monday, and took the utility’s stock to a new 30-month high on Thursday, when PPC shares ended 9.17 percent higher. 

  8. Leftist MP under fire over offensive post about police

    In the wake of a spate of angry reactions, particularly from law enforcement unions, a SYRIZA lawmaker issued a public apology Thursday over a post on social media in which she referred to police as “pigs and murderers.”

  9. Real patriotism is dealing with foreign policy responsibly

    Is it the size of the threat and uncertainty over our allies’ and partners’ support; the realization that no one else will fight our war; the dignified presence of the foreign minister; the fact that SYRIZA has gone through the experience of being in government that forced it to act in an institutional rather than reactionary manner?

  10. Police publish identities of suspected sex offenders

    Police publicized the identities of two sex offenders on the Greek Police website (www.astynomia.gr) on Thursday as part of the force’s efforts to raise awareness about and publicly shame the perpetrators of such acts.