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  1. Britannicus | Athens | December 13

    The French Institute of Athens is organizing a screening of the notable 2018 performance of “Britannicus” at the Comedie Francaise staged and directed by Stephane Braunschweig.

  2. Hooverphonic | Athens | December 14

    Belgian-based trip-hop electronica trio Hooverphonic are booked to play the Fuzz Live Music Club in Athens on Saturday, December 14.

  3. Santa Run | Athens | December 15

    A special 3-kilometer charity run will be taking place in the center of Athens on Sunday, December 15, to raise money for Together for Children and the City of Athens Cultural, Sport & Youth Organization (OPANDA).

  4. Tusk says Turkey-Libya boundary deal ‘illegal, provocative’

    An accord between Turkey and Libya setting maritime boundaries is “illegal” and “provocative and creates instability in the wider region, the President of the European People's Party (EPP), Donald Tusk said on Thursday, during a meeting with Greek Premier Kyriakos Mitsotakis, according to a report by state-run news agency ANA-MPA. 

  5. Diplomatic source: Turkey blackmailed Libya into signing maritime border deal

    Turkey blackmailed Libya into getting its internationally recognized government to sign an accord mapping out maritime boundaries between the two countries by sending weapons, a Greek diplomatic source said on Thursday.

  6. MRB poll places ruling party 12.3 points ahead of main opposition

    Ruling New Democracy (ND) leads by a wide 12.3 percent margin over main opposition SYRIZA in a poll conducted by MRB and published on Thursday.

  7. WWF voices concerns over gas exploration plans

    The Greek chapter of conservation group World Wildlife Fund noted on Wednesday that plans for hydrocarbon exploration in western Greece were of major concern while welcoming the government’s plans to wean the country off lignite as its key energy resource by 2028 and to ban single-use plastics by 2021.

  8. Greek housing sector growth picks up in third quarter

    Greece’s housing market recovery picked up in the third quarter with prices increasing for the seventh consecutive quarter on a growing economy and foreign interest, central bank data showed on Thursday.

  9. Cyprus tops list of EU states falling short on market abuse rules

    Cyprus fared worst in a “peer review” of national regulators in the European Union for failing to fully comply with rules to stamp out abuses in markets, the bloc’s securities watchdog said on Thursday.

  10. Greek thriller ‘The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea’ at theaters

    Marshes, decay, closely held secrets, a rural town and a mysterious murder that needs solving: No, this is not a new season of “True Detective” – it’s “The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea,” the latest movie by Syllas Tzoumerkas.

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