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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."
17/07 Katrougalos: Release of Greek soldiers a condition for normalising relations with Turkey
"This normalisation of relations is clearly in the interests of Turkey".
17/07 Savvidis denies involvement in Macedonia protests
The group of companies owned by Greek-based Russian businessman Ivan Savvidis has rejected any involvement in protests in Macedonia.
09/07 Intrasoft wins CYTA Cyprus contract
In order to support the telecom company with its digital transformation mandate.
09/07 Tsakalotos to meet potential investors in US
Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos is in the US with Alternate Minister Giorgos Houliarakis for talks with representatives of potential investors.
09/07 BofA: Negative view on Greek banks - the challenge remains formidable
Greek banks have made a lot of progress, but big challenges remain, BofA Merrill Lynch notes stressing that it takes a broadly negative view on the sector.
03/07 Moscovici: The troika will not return
Greece will be subject to the surveillance that applies to all eurozone countries, and the budget plan will be governed by the rules applicable to each country, EU Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs Pierre Moscovici stressed in the Greek Parliament on Tuesday.
03/07 Greek key coalition ally says will seek to block Macedonia accord
Greeces defence minister and key ally in a fragile left-right coalition said he would try to block a deal brokered with Macedonia last month to end a decades-long dispute over its name.
02/07 Tesla finally hits Model 3 production target
US electric auto maker Tesla has confirmed it reached a manufacturing milestone on the weekend. The company was able to produce 5,000 Model 3 vehicles in roughly a week, only hours after the deadline.
02/07 EU says US risks $294 billion hit over auto tariffs
The trade conflict between the US and the EU escalates: After Trumps threat to slap higher duties on auto imports from the bloc, the EU warns it could sanction US exports worth billions.
02/07 Can Europe rescue Iran as Trumps sanctions loom?
As US sanctions on Iran are set to resume, Iranian President Rouhani is visiting Europe in a bid to keep his country from economic isolation. But the ability of EU partners to make a difference remains questionable.
02/07 Tsipras: The next day for Greece is hopeful
"It is the moment to look to the future. The next day. And the next day is hopeful," said Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday.
02/07 Pyatt welcomes steps on Greek-Bulgarian gas pipeline
US Ambassador welcomed agreements that were signed last week.
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