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  1. Tsitsipas beats Federer to reach ATP Finals final

    Stefanos Tsitsipas kept his nerve in the key moments to beat six-time champion Roger Federer 6-3, 6-4 on Saturday and reach the final of the season-ending ATP Finals. 

  2. ASOEE academics issue petition calling for stop to lawlessness

    In a joint petition issued on Saturday, 100 academics at the Athens University of Economics and Business (ASOEE), which was the scene of a tense standoff between police and far-left demonstrators last Monday, called for “institutional changes and structured actions aimed at the smooth functioning and upgrading of the Greek state university.”

  3. State psychiatric hospitals send out distress signals

    Greece’s three main psychiatric hospitals are reportedly in crisis mode due to an increasing influx of patients, understaffing, a lack of funding, crumbling infrastructure as well as severe equipment shortages.

  4. Debunk, don’t trivialize

    There is one thing that is constant in the annual march marking the November 1973 student revolt against the junta: extra police measures. About 5,000 police officers were deployed in 2018 and around the same number will be on duty again this year. 

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  6. Transport inspections are boosted to stop fare dodgers

    Inspections are being increased on buses and trolley-buses in an attempt by the Athens Urban Transport Organization (OASA) to boost revenues as transport authority data suggest that one in 20 people commute without a ticket.

  7. Greeks mark 1973 student revolt

    A man stands next to the remains of a metal gate crumpled by a military tank in a 1973 pro-democracy student uprising, in the courtyard of the National Technical University of Athens, known as the Athens Polytechnic, on Saturday. Thousands of people are expected to take part in a march to the US embassy in Athens on Sunday, to mark the 46th anniversary of a student uprising against the then ruling military regime. [AP]

  8. Athens Philharmonia Orchestra | Athens | November 18

    The Athens Philharmonia Orchestra will perform three fine works by representatives of the Second Viennese School accompanied by piano duo Beata Pincetic and Christos Sakellaridis at the Athens Concert Hall under the direction of Byron Fidetzis on Monday, November 18. 

  9. Turkey responds to sanctions with drilling

    Ankara’s announcement on Friday that it is dispatching a vessel to conduct drilling operations off northeastern Cyprus coupled with a spike in Turkish violations of Greek airspace is being seen as a response to, if not an outright snub of sanctions announced a few days ago by the European Union Foreign Affairs Council over its activities within the Eastern Mediterranean island’s territorial waters. 

  10. Man dies after being hit by train near Soufli

    A man believed to be an undocumented migrant died on Saturday morning after being hit by a train en route to Ormenio from Alexandroupoli in northeastern Greece. 

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