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  1. Mystical Patmos island cast in new light in attractive photo album

    American photographer Robert McCabe has been documenting Greece since the mid-1950s, treating everything pure and untouched by “progress” with reverence. 

  2. Olympiakos beats Panionios to go alone on top

    Olympiakos left it late but managed to preserve its perfect record in this year’s Super League, beating Panionios 1-0 in injury time to rise alone on top on Monday night.

  3. Foreign investors concerned about growth rate, Greek stocks

    Institutional investors who attended 13th Annual Greek Roadshow in London last week appeared concerned at the prospects of the Greek economy and the current picture of the Greek stock market.

  4. ATHEX: Stocks slide as expectations are dashed

    Trader disappointment on Monday over Moody’s decision not to issue its verdict on the Greek economy last Friday, amid the general negative mood in markets due to the mutual tariffs on US and Chinese goods, put fresh pressure on most local stocks, with the low turnover mirroring investor reluctance.

  5. Greek police arrest 8 over attack on government lawmaker

    Greek police say they have arrested eight people on suspicion of involvement in a mob attack by alleged far-rightists on a lawmaker with the governing Syriza party.

  6. FYROM FM says referendum result not binding

    In an indication of the difficulties surrounding the ratification of the name deal by the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), its foreign minister said on Monday that the result of this Sunday’s referendum in the Balkan nation is not necessarily binding.

  7. German corvette crosses Corinth Canal

    A Braunschweig class corvette F260 is towed through the Corinth Canal, which separates the Peloponnese from mainland Greece, Monday. The international maritime exercise NAIAS was conducted in the Aegean Sea from September 14 to 22 with the participation of Greece, the US, Egypt, Albania, Romania and vessels of the Standing NATO Maritime Group 2. [ANA-MPA]

  8. Second suspect detained over LGBTQ activist's death

    Greek police detained on Monday a second suspect in connection to the death of an LGBTQ activist who was beaten last Friday in central Athens after he allegedly tried to rob a jewelry store.

  9. Decision on Greek pensions expected in December, says Eurozone official

    The decision on whether nor not to withhold new cuts in Greek pensions will probably be taken at the Eurogroup meeting in December, as part of the discussions on member-states' 2019 draft budget plans, a senior Eurozone official said on Monday.

  10. Greece at risk of missing EU waste management targets

    Greece is among the 14 EU member-states that are at risk of missing the 2020 target of 50 percent recycling of municipal waste, the European Commission said in a report on the implementation of EU legislation published on Monday.

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