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  1. Parliament to decide on handling of Novartis case

    Parliament is on Wednesday expected to formally announce that it has received the case file of the inquiry into the handling of the Novartis case from the Supreme Court.

  2. Thessaloniki police seek shooters behind attack on cyclist

    Police in Oraiokastro, near Thessaloniki, on Tuesday were seeking the perpetrators behind the shooting of a 32-year-old man who had been on his way to work as a security guard the night before on his bicycle. 

  3. Diver found dead off island of Mykonos

    Members of the Hellenic Navy's Underwater Demolitions Unit were on Tuesday attempting to retrieve the body of a 43-year-old diver who was discovered by other divers off the Platys Gialos beach on the island of Mykonos.

  4. Ex Golden Dawn MPs convicted over firing at junta general's funeral

    A court in Athens on Monday sentenced two former lawmakers of neo-Nazi Golden Dawn to four months in jail for firing a weapon without just cause at the funeral of a former junta general in 2013.

  5. Biker hurt after man's fatal fall from bridge

    Greek police say a motorcyclist is being treated with non-life-threatening injuries after a man who suffered a fatal fall off a highway flyover hit his passing motorcycle, causing him to lose balance and crash.

  6. FinMin tables request to pay IMF back early

    Finance Minister Christos Staikouras sent a letter on Monday asking the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) and the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) to approve the repayment of the expensive part of Greece’s loan from the International Monetary Fund before it is due.

  7. Highway operators stand in the way of wind turbine installations

    Investors in renewable energy sources are facing fresh obstacles at a time when the government is setting the development of the sector as a priority.

  8. Tax revenues overperform in first eight months of 2019

    Tax revenues in the year’s first eight months exceeded their target by 468 million euros, according to budget figures published by the State General Accounting Office.

  9. ATHEX: Very positive start to the trading week

    The Greek stock market shook off international concerns regarding oil prices and a US-Iran standoff and posted some healthy gains in the second half of the week’s first session, on improved trading volume too.

  10. ERT to be transformed into ‘modern, independent’ news outlet

    Constantinos Zoulas, the head of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ press office who has been nominated for president of state broadcaster ERT, on Monday told Parliament’s ethics and transparency committee that he would seek to fulfill the premier’s vision to transform ERT into a “modern, independent” news outlet. 

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