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  1. The untapped potential of internationalized education

    Greece has a rather extensive list of untapped opportunities and unlocked areas of potential – and there is no doubt that internationalizing education is among the most prominent. 

  2. Bernd Alois Zimmermann | Athens | November 13-16

    Following the success of its tribute to French composer Olivier Messiaen last March, the Goethe Institute has teamed up with the Athens Conservatory for a new tribute, this time to Germany’s Bernd Alois Zimmermann (1918-70). 

  3. Cyprus' Church to return money if donor's passport revoked

    Cyprus' Orthodox Christian Church says it's ready to give back a fugitive Malaysian financier's 310,000-euro ($342,000) donation if a probe into wealthy individuals who were granted a Cypriot passport under a lucrative investment program finds that he broke eligibility rules and is stripped of citizenship.

  4. Two arrested in connection with violence at AUEB

    Two suspects have been arrested in connection to violence Monday outside the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB), police said.

  5. Jazz & Opera | Athens | Wednesdays & Thursdays

    As the nights draw in, the Hotel Grande Bretagne invites music lovers to its Winter Garden City Lounge for evenings of live jazz and opera from 8 until 11 p.m. every Wednesday and Thursday respectively until the end of the year. 

  6. Pretensions

    All political parties agree that in normal countries there is no need for police to guard closed universities. Interestingly, there’s no consensus on how normal institutions are meant to operate.

  7. Terror suspects remanded in custody

    Two men charged as alleged members of the terror group Revolutionary Self Defence were on Tuesday led to jail after testifying before an examining magistrate.

  8. Prosecutor charges KINAL lawmaker with bribery in Novartis probe

    Greece’s top corruption prosecutor Eleni Touloupaki ordered the Athens prosecutors offie to bring bribery charges against Movement for Change (KINAL) lawmaker Andreas Loverdos, as part of the ongoing investigation into the alleged graft scandal involving Swiss drugmaker Novartis.

  9. Two suspects testify over alleged terror group links

    Two men who were arrested last Saturday during a sweeping counter-terrorism operation in Athens appeared before an examining magistrate on Tuesday.

  10. Justice minister to withdraw blasphemy provision amid backlash

    Justice Minister Kosta Tsiaras announced on Tuesday he will withdraw a controversial provision that would re-establish blasphemy as a crime punishable by up to two years sin prison, citing reactions to the proposed legislation.

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