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Six people still missing, according to fire brigade΄s latest report Four of them were reported missing on Wednesday while two other men, a hunter and a canteen owner, were reported missing in the area of Mandra, western Attica in the following days.

Government secures five million euros in emergency funds for flood victims

he economy ministry is in continuous communication with the competent European Commissioners and EU agencies to find additional sources of funding.

Mitsotakis: Now is not the time to attribute responsibilities for Attica floods

Main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Thursday announced the formation of a party committee that will seek actions and solutions in the wake of the disaster.

Venezuelas state oil firm PDVSA declared in default

Venezuela΄s state oil firm PDVSA declared in defaultCrisis-plagued Venezuela has suffered another blow as a committee of creditors has ruled that state oil company PDVSA defaulted on its debt a decision that triggers payment of default insurance to investors.

US issues travel alert for Europe during holiday season

US issues travel alert for Europe during holiday seasonThe US State Department has urged Americans travelling to Europe during the holiday season to exercise caution. A travel alert said global terrorist groups still have the capability to carry out attacks in the continent.
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UN mediator Nimetz to meet Greece, FYROM negotiators on Dec 11-12

He will meet with the Greek and FYROM negotiators, Adamantios Vassilakis and Vasko Naumovski, respectively.

Greece at risk of poverty or social exclusion

A recovery in the labor market has reduced poverty and improved social justice across the EU, according to the Bertelsmann Foundation. But the gap between northern and southern countries remains wide.

Greek budget shows primary surplus of 5.355 billion euros in January - October

The report said that the state budget balance showed a surplus of 169 million euros in the 10-month period.

Regling: Greece could begin self-financing after August 2018, provided reforms continue

Greece may be able to begin financing itself after the completion of the current program in August 2018, according to statements by Klaus Regling, managing director of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) in Belgium.

Indian tourists visiting Greece up over 100 pct in 2017

There is a lot of interest and demand from India, especially for Athens, Santorini and Mykonos, he said, adding that currently the company is trying to promote other destinations such as Crete, Rhodes and Thessaloniki.
Economic adjustment programmes achieved only ΄limited΄ Greek recovery, report says

Economic adjustment programmes achieved only limited Greek recovery, report says

The economic adjustment programmes agreed for Greece after the financial crisis broke out failed to bring about its full recovery, despite providing short-term financial stability according to a new report from the European Court of Auditors.
How a decade of economic woe has fueled Zimbabwe΄s unrest

How a decade of economic woe has fueled Zimbabwes unrest

Zimbabwe is in crisis after the tanks moved in to seize control of the country. But with inflation at 50 percent a month and a shortage of US dollars, its economic instability that has stoked the current tensions.
IMF requests immediate launch of e-auctions

IMF requests immediate launch of e-auctions

They need to reduce nonperforming loans so that they can support the resumption of credit and growth in Greece over the medium run.



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