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Terrorist group: ‘We wanted to dishonor this symbol of democracy’

A Greek terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the terror attack in front of Parliament.

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Τollway avoiders increased high price

There were more protests by residents living close to the Athens-Lamia national road last week because the increased cost of traveling on the highway is leading to more drivers

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Rains threaten major Greek highways with rock falls

Less than a month after a major rockfall at Tempe in central Greece led to an engineer’s death and the closure of a section of the Athens-Thessaloniki national road, engineers h

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PM: New start, major changes now

Samaras: the problem is not the first 100 days that were lost but the days that are coming

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Traders high hopes for winter sales

The Greek winter sales started on Friday with expectations that the winter sales will feature sales items discounted by between 50 and 60 percent.

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Greeks order ships despite downturn

Greek shipowners charted a course against the current of the international crisis, ordering a relatively high number of new and used vessels last year and despite the considerab

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Christofias: Cautious about progress of talks

Cyprus President Demetris Christofias has said he is very cautious to speak about convergences during the first phase of the intensive talks, in the framework of the ongoing dir

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Brussels attacks Greece over false data

The European Union’s statistics arm accuses Greece of deliberately misreporting a range of financial and economic data.

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Greek PM: Support for quake-devastated Haiti

Earthquake ravaged Haiti, the first nation to recognise 1821 Greek Independence, will be supported by Greece.

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Students to amass at Federation Square for tertiary offers

The anxious wait ends tonight for VCE students with the release of the first round University offers.

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