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  1. Greek FM Dendias welcomes EU reaction to Turkey

    Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on Monday welcomed a decision by European Union governments to restrict arms exports to Turkey over its invasion of Syria (although stopping short of an embargo) and to draw up economic sanctions on Ankara over its illegal drilling inside Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone.

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  3. EU governments limit arms sales to Turkey but avoid embargo

    European Union governments agreed on Monday to limit arms exports to Turkey over its offensive in northern Syria, stopping short of a bloc-wide embargo on a NATO ally.

  4. Tsipras slams ND as he seeks to broaden electoral catchment

    Leftist opposition leader Alexis Tsipras went on the offensiveon Monday as he launched a campaign aimed at expanding his party’s electoral catchment, accusing the New Democracy government of reneging on its pre-election promises.

  5. Lyubov Popova | Thessaloniki | To March 1

    The State Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki has organized a comprehensive exhibition on Russian avant-garde painter and designer Lyubov Popova, nicknamed the “Amazon” for her fearless spirit of adventure.

  6. Yiannis Psychopedis | Athens | To January 12

    The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) has put together a retrospective on Yiannis Psychopedis that focuses on the artist's love of poetry, something that is evident throughout his oeuvre.

  7. Galan Trio | Athens | October 18

    The Galan Trio – Babis Karasavvidis on violin, Marina Kolovou on cello and Petros Bouras on piano – presents a recital that pays tribute to Clara Schumann on the occasion of the bicentennial of her birth, and Fanny Mendelssohn.

  8. Vizyenos drama goes back on tour at US universities

    A production of Georgios Vizyenos' 19th century drama “My Mother's Sin” is launching its second university tour in the United States, starting in California next week.

  9. 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. 

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