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  1. Cavusoglu says Greece 'not a player' in Libya

    Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Davutoglu said Tuesday that there is no reason for Greece to participate in the Berlin Process, the initiative to try to resolve the crisis in Libya.

  2. Olympic champion injured in motorcycle crash

    Greek Olympic medalist at the 1980 Moscow Olympics Tasos Boudouris was in stable but critical condition on Tuesday after a motorcycle accident.

  3. Ex-minister hospitalized after collapsing in Parliament

    SYRIZA MP Tryfonas Alexiadis, 60, was rushed to an Athens hospital on Tuesday after fainting during a meeting of his party’s parliamentary group in a House chamber.

  4. The evolution of neo-Ottomanism

    If you want to confront your enemy, you first need to understand how he thinks.

  5. Italy dismisses Turkish claims on joint exploitation of Libyan resources

    Italy on Tuesday dismissed Turkish claims that the country is allegedly negotiating with Ankara the terms for the exploitation of Libya’s oil resources, describing them as “unfounded.”

  6. Top judge set to become first female president on Wednesday

    A high court judge is set to become Greece's first female president in a vote on Wednesday after two opposition parties sided with the center-right government's nomination.

  7. Mitsotakis heading to Davos on Wednesday after vote on new president

    Greek Premier Kyriakos Mitsotakis will depart for Switzerland on Wednesday evening to attend the 2020 World Economic Forum at Davos-Klosters, his office said Tuesday.

  8. Artificial intelligence in development at NTUA

    Postgraduate student Christos Antoniou (l) and PhD candidate Giorgos Zogopoulos (r) hold a drone in a laboratory at the National Technical University of Athens. The two men are part of a team headed by Konstantinos Kyriakopoulos, professor of robotics, mechatronics and control, which creates robots that can not only recognize their surrounding environment, but also assess their own state, detect any damage and restore it, as well as induce their self-destruction if they pose a risk to humans. [Nikos Kokkalias]

  9. EIB set to keep tight Turkey restrictions in place over Cyprus

    The European Union's lending arm, the European Investment Bank, expects to keep its lending heavily restricted in Turkey this year, as an EU row with Ankara over oil and gas drilling off Cyprus rumbles on.

  10. A game with many players

    The escalation of a crisis in relations between Athens and Ankara typically leads to negotiation; this is understood by both sides, as protracting a clash creates the risk of a potential military confrontation which Greece certainly does not want and Turkey most likely would not desire either.

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