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  1. Greek firms adjust to short-term rental wave

    The growing supply and demand for short-term holiday rentals in Greece have generated a whole new and fast-growing industry with many firms riding the wave in the Mediterranean tourism destination.

  2. On 40th anniversary of Hellenic Studies program, Princeton provost urges dialogue

    Respected American academic and Princeton University Provost Deborah Prentice was in Greece recently for a meeting of the trustees of the Princeton Athens Center, an initiative of the Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies, which has operated under the directorship of Dimitri Gondicas since it was founded in 2016.

  3. Tchaikovsky Orchestra | Athens | November 23 & 24

    Award-winning maestro Vladimir Fedoseyev conducts the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra (TSO), the historic Russian ensemble which he has led as artistic director since 1974, in works by the celebrated composer for two shows at the Galatsi Olympic Hall as part of the Christmas Theater cultural program.

  4. European banks face large capital shortfall with Basel III rules, study shows

    European banks could need as much as 400 billion euros ($442 billion) in capital to comply with new rules aimed at making the global financial system better able to bear potential losses, a study commissioned by the European Union’s banking lobby showed.

  5. Cyprus rescues 120 Syrian migrants aboard boat

    Cyprus police say 120 Syrian migrants have been housed at a reception center after arriving from Turkey aboard a boat.

  6. Lynda Benglis | Athens | November 22 - March 15

    In “Lynda Benglis: In the Realm of the Senses,” her first solo show in Greece, the pioneering Greek-American sculptor presents a selection of work dating from 1969. 

  7. Migration plan foresees new restrictive facilities on islands, closure of Moria camp

    As part of an overhaul of its migration policy amid an ongoing influx of migrants from Turkey, the government on Wednesday announced plans to set up five “closed pre-departure centers” for migrants on the Aegean islands of Samos, Chios, Lesvos, Kos and Leros.

  8. PM reiterates pledge to keep Greece in recovery path

    Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Thursday reiterated his government’s pledge to keep Greece in the path of sustainable growth, during a meeting with his Croatian counterpart Andrej Plenkovic in Zagreb.

  9. Veteran leftist politician in ICU with breathing problems

    A prominent left-wing politician and second world war resistance fighter, Manolis Glezos, was under observation in the intensive care unit of the Athens' NIMTS hospital on Thursday, after suffering from breathing and neurological problems.

  10. Turkey: Mitsotakis’ comments on migrant arrivals ‘baseless and unfortunate’

    Turkey on Thursday criticized Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ comments on the “unmanageable” situation on island migrant camps, saying they are “baseless and unfortunate.”

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