Text Size
Mon, Oct 14, 2019
FacebookTwitterDeliciousStumbleuponRedditRSS FeedPinterest
English Arabic Chinese (Simplified) Dutch French German Greek Hebrew Hindi Italian Japanese Polish Russian Spanish Turkish Ukrainian

ekathimerini.com

ekathimerini.com
  1. Hospital chiefs to be assessed

    A Health Ministry bill headed to Parliament foresees a change of leadership at state hospitals with new entrants being obliged to sign a contract for performance assessment. 

  2. Cartoon
  3. Greek Expressionism | Athens | To January 5, 2020

    The Athens Municipal Gallery pays tribute to often overlooked yet important Greek artists who were active in the second half of the 20th century with “Exception: Aspects of Expressionism in Greece.”

  4. EU countries stop short of arms embargo for Turkey

    European Union countries committed on Monday to suspending arms exports to Turkey, but stopped short of the EU-wide arms embargo that France and Germany had sought.

  5. Irish, Cyprus presidents meet in Nicosia

    Irish President Michael D. Higgins (l) and Cyprus’ President Nicos Anastasiades shake hands before their meeting at the presidential palace, Nicosia, Monday. Higgins is in Cyprus for three-day official visit. [Petros Karadjias/AP]

  6. London-based designer Sophia Kokosalaki dies, aged 47

    London-based designer Sophia Kokosalaki has died at the age of 47, local media report.

  7. Cyprus says frigate underlines French support

    Cypriot Defense Minister Savvas Angelides says a French frigate within the Cypriot exclusive economic zone (EEZ) was not intended to militarize a situation but to show support from France towards the Republic’s sovereign rights.

  8. Terna Energy Finance to launch green bond tender offer Oct. 16

    Terna Energy Finance, the financing arm of Terna Energy, will launch a tender on Oct. 16 for a green bond loan of up to 150 million euros, it said on Monday.

  9. Greek PM facing a tough balancing act at EU summit

    At his first European Council meeting this week, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will face a difficult balancing act of backing further funding for Turkey to curb the flow of refugees through Greece while also supporting sanctions against Ankara for its illegal drilling off Cyprus and its incursion in northern Syria.

  10. Cartoon

Weather in Crete

Name Days

Mon Oct 14
GERVASIOS
Mon Oct 14
IGNATIOS (1)
Mon Oct 14
NAZARIOS
Tue Oct 15
LOSKIANOS
Tue Oct 15
LOUKIANOS

Who's Online

We have 66540 guests and no members online