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03/08 Zimbabwe opposition has to go back to the drawing board
As Zimbabweans elect a new leader from the old establishment, it is time for the opposition to go back to the drawing board, says DWs Privilege Musvanhiri. The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) will have to produce solid evidence to substantiate its claim that the 2018 election was rigged in favor of the ruling ZANU-PF.
03/08 Apple, the stock market and a trillion dollars
The iPhone maker is now worth a trillion dollars on the stock market, the first US company to ever to achieve this prize. But does this market valuation really reflect the companys success? Anne Schwedt investigates.
03/08 One more Attica fires victim dies in hospital, further raising death toll
The number of dead from the deadly eastern Attica fire has risen.
03/08 Terror group hitman Dimitris Koufodinas transferred to farm prison
The order for the transfer was given by the Central Committee for Transfers overseen by the justice ministry.
03/08 Turkish lira hits record low as US sanctions bite
Turkeys lira has fallen to a record low as US sanctions and the effects of an overly politicized monetary policy kick in. President Erdogans virtual economics may be about to hit a wall of hard truths.
03/08 ESM approves disbursement of 15-bln-euro loan tranche to Greece
The fifth and final tranche of loans to Greece under the third programme, amounting to 15 billion euros, will be disbursed within the coming days.
03/08 Renewed Italian government tensions fuel bond sell off, Greek bonds also pressured
Short-dated Italian government bonds sold off for the second straight day on signs of deepening tension within the Italian government that are raising the prospect of new elections, triggering a sell-off in the periphery, with the Greek 10-year yield reaching 4.135%, showing how vulnerable GGBs still remain to foreign developments, despite the fact that Greece will emerge from its bailout program in just two weeks time.
30/07 Twenty-five still missing after deadly eastern Attica fire, says fire brigade
The fire brigade said the number was reached after cross-checking available information and reports made to it.
30/07 Moodys: Greek banking system outlook changed to positive
On expectations that banks funding and asset risk will improve over the next 12 to 18 months, amid an improving but still challenging operating environment.
26/07 Death toll from Greek fires rises to 83
Meanwhile, the search for more missing persons in the burnt out buildings is continuing at the same pace.
26/07 Moodys: Greeces debt burden will remain very high for decades
The combination of very long debt maturities and low interest rates mitigate the risks from such a high debt level, but Greece might well require further debt relief in the early 2030s, as acknowledged by the euro area, Moodys Investors Service said in an annual report today.
25/07 At least 80 people lost their lives in wildfires in eastern Attica
The most devastating blazes occurred in Mati, a seaside town about 30 kilometres east of Athens, where a Red Cross official said on Tuesday morning that 26 bodies had been discovered, some of whom were locked in an embrace.
24/07 At least 50 people lost their lives in wildfires in eastern Attica
At least 50 people have lost their lives in wildfires that broke out in eastern Attica while there are fears of even more casualties, as many telephone calls have been made to the Fire Brigade to report missing persons.
19/07 EIB signs 24-mln-euro financing agreement with Terna Energy
To help fund the development, construction and operation of two windfarms on Mount Vermio.
19/07 Russia pushes back Lavrovs Greece visit after diplomatic row - TASS
The timing of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrovs planned visit to Greece this autumn is no longer suitable, Russias ambassador to Athens said on Thursday.
19/07 We want to contribute to the Greek economys growth, say Megalou, Athanasiou
Following the signature of a cooperation protocol between Piraeus Bank and Enterprise Greece on Wednesday, Piraeus Bank CEO Christos Megalou and Enterprise Greece CEO Elias Athanasiou underlined their determination to support export-oriented activity and growth in the Greek economy, especially the exports of Greek companies.
17/07 A bit of the Greek islands in the heart of historic Athens
The idyllic district of Anafiotika was constructed on the northeastern side of the hill leading up to the ancient Acropolis, and its 100-odd, tile-roofed houses are as old as the modern Greek capital itself. "The Acropolis? Its that way."
17/07 Opinion: Trump-Putin summit was a troubling media circus
US President Donald Trump clearly showed weakness in his high-profile meeting with Russias Vladimir Putin. It was a diplomatic mistake made on the world stage, writes DWs Bernd Riegert.
17/07 Turkish court rules to keep two Greek soldiers in custody
A Turkish court has ruled to keep in custody two Greek soldiers who were detained in Turkey in March.
17/07 J.C. Flowers & Co and EBRD acquire Piraeus Bank Romania
Private equity firm J.C. Flowers & Co and the EBRD have completed the acquisition of the Romanian subsidiary of the Greek Piraeus Bank. The EBRD is purchasing a 19 per cent stake, while J.C. Flowers & Co is buying 76.1 per cent.
17/07 New Democracy will not vote in favour of the name North Macedonia says Tsiaras
"Each one of us has his own way of looking at things."
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