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  1. Anastasiades, Tatar to meet for first time on Nov. 3

    Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades and the new Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar will meet for the first time on November 3rd, a United Nations spokesperson in Cyprus said on Tuesday.

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  3. Palestinian president calls on America, Israel to stop ‘undermining’ peace

    Recent developments in the United States, the expansion of Jewish settlements in the West Bank, and the recent agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to normalize relations, have pushed the prospect of a Palestinian state further away.

  4. Fourth phase of cheap loans next month

    According to Finance Ministry data, since the start of the lockdown in late March, enterprises and employees in Greece have received more than €3.2 billion from the state.

  5. Greece has protected its jobs better

    The Greek government’s measures to protect workers from the effects of the pandemic have served as a shield against unemployment, according to the course of the jobless rate in Greece and the rest of the European Union as revealed by Eurostat figures.

  6. System developed to protect military from cyber attacks

    Greek company Space Hellas is developing a system in cooperation with the Defense Ministry to protect devices used by the military from cyber attacks within the context of a major European project.

  7. Astra Airlines sees Chinese hopes fade

    The chances of Astra Airlines returning to Greece’s skies a year after grounding its aircraft due to financial problems are fading.

  8. Avax seeks a broader alliance for Line 4 construction

    Construction company Avax, which a few days ago landed the major public project of Athens Metro Line 4 along with two other companies, is seeking the broadest possible alliance of corporate forces.

  9. Global survey shows Greeks trust government on pandemic, believe conspiracy theories

    The large majority of Greeks trust their government in managing the pandemic, but about one in two believe that health authorities are exaggerating the numbers of deaths, according to a global survey on the pandemic whose results were published on the Guardian on Monday.

  10. Beyond the red lines

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has crossed many, many red lines. He is now a systemic threat to the West and beyond.

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