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  1. EU nations can restrict high-risk vendors under new 5G guidelines, sources say

    EU countries can restrict or exclude high-risk 5G providers from core parts of their telecoms network infrastructure under new guidelines to be issued by the European Commission next week, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

  2. Tatoi estate poses challenges for conservators

    Tens of thousands of items remain locked up in storage limbo at long-abandoned summer palace of Greece’s former monarchy.

  3. Authorities on alert over Wuhan coronavirus

    Greece’s health authorities have been placed on alert due to the outbreak in Wuhan, central China of a deadly coronavirus which has led to the death of six people and at least 300 infections.

  4. Pierre Barraud de Lagerie | Athens | To January 25

    Pierre Barraud de Lagerie’s first solo exhibition, “Pondering the Inevitable,” is taking place at Melanithros Art Space, in the downtown Athens neighborhood of Kallimarmaro, until January 25. 

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  6. Teachers, students protest education reform bill

    Teachers and students protest on Tuesday outside Parliament where MPs were debating an education bill which Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis described as a "bold and cohesive set of reforms that liberate education from the suffocating control of the ministry" while establishing the evaluation of universities and linking their funding partially to performance. As well as opposing evaluation and performance-linked funding, protesters object to plans to grant degrees from private colleges the same status as degrees from universities. [Alexandros Vlachos/EPA]

  7. Leonard Bernstein Tribute | Athens | January 23

    The late American pianist, conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein who, among others, wrote the music for “West Side Story,” will be celebrated at the B&M Theocharakis Foundation for the Fine Arts and Music on Thursday, January 23. 

  8. Lambrakis, Polychronopoulos, Tzavaras | Athens | January 22

    Musicians Harris Lambrakis, Spyros Polychronopoulos and Vassilis Tzavaras will appear on stage at TV Control Center (KET) in the downtown district of Kypseli on Wednesday, January 22. 

  9. With a nod from Parliament, Greece gets first female president

    Top judge Katerina Sakellaropoulou became Greece’s first woman president on Wednesday when lawmakers elected her head of state in a rare display of unity.

  10. Greek islanders protest overcrowded refugee camps

    Local residents, business owners and officials have launched a day of protest on the Greek islands hardest hit by migration, demanding that the Greek government ease the severe overcrowding at refugee camps.