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  1. Parliament procedure for constitutional revision enters final stretch

    The parliamentary procedure on the revision of the Greek Constitution has entered the final stretch with a plenary debate that began in the House at 10 a.m. on Monday.

  2. Dendias holds talks in Abu Dhabi

    Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias, currently on a visit to Abu Dhabi, was scheduled to meet on Monday with business representatives in a bid to strengthen bilateral economic relations between Greece and the United Arab Emirates.

  3. Mitsotakis receives Patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa

    Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with the Patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa Theodore II on Monday at the Maximos Mansion.

  4. Unprecedented demand for flu vaccine

    Health experts’ warnings over the dangers associated with the flu virus this winter appear to have bolstered demand among the Greek population this year, figures show. About 2,350,000 vaccines have already been distributed across the country and an extra 500,000 doses are on their way to help meet the unprecedented demand for shots. [EPA]

  5. Two arrested after police raid Exarchia flats

    Police have arrested two men after swooping on two flats in a building the central Athens district of Exarchia in the wake of clashes between police and protesters in the area.

  6. Restoration of 19th-century Nafplio church under way

    The restoration of Agios Nikolaos Church in Nafplio began on Saturday. The church was built in 1713, more than a century before Greeks won independence from Ottoman Turkey and appointed Nafplio the first capital of the modern Greek state. Three-dimensional laser scanning technology is being used on the church’s ceiling. The building is to remain closed while works are under way due to stability concerns, following a decision by the local archaeological service. [Evangelos Bougiotis/ANA-MPA] 

  7. Party-list system in cards for European elections

    Greece’s conservative government is mulling the reintroduction of the party-list system in European Parliament elections in a bid to promote the emergence of serious but less recognizable candidates, Kathimerini understands. 

  8. At least 658 rescued in the Aegean since Friday

    At least 658 migrants and refugees were rescued in 20 separate operations in the eastern Aegean between Friday morning and Monday morning, the Greek coast guard said.

  9. Exporting production

    There are many encouraging examples from around the country. Producers who managed to break the vicious cycle of inertia.

  10. Potami centrists close to suspending operations

    To Potami’s political council on Monday proposed that Greece’s centrist party suspends its operations ahead of a meeting of party representatives on November 24.