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The Legacy of the Antikythera Mechanism Discovered on This Day in 1901

The Legacy of the Antikythera Mechanism Discovered on This Day in 1901 The Antikythera Mechanism, currently housed at the National Archaeological Museum. Credit: ZDE/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 4.0 The Antikythera Mechanism, widely believed to be the world’s first computer, was among wreckage retrieved from a shipwreck off the coast of the Greek island Antikythera 0n May […]

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Biden-Mitsotakis meeting under way

Biden-Mitsotakis meeting under way Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is meeting at this moment with US President Joe Biden at the White House. This is Mitsotakis’ second official visit to Washington. He had met with President Donald Trump in January 2020. Mitsotakis’ current visit was to have taken place in 2021 but was postponed due to […]

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Palamas’ residence at stake

Palamas’ residence at stake This graffiti-scrawled iron door in the Athens district of Plaka leads to the house where celebrated Greek poet Kostis Palamas died in 1943. The next chapter of this historic residence will be reassessed by the Culture Ministry after a ruling by the Council of State determined its announced compulsory purchase order […]

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Eni-Total to probably start drilling off Cyprus this month

Eni-Total to probably start drilling off Cyprus this month Cyprus Energy Minister Natasa Pilides said on Thursday that the Eni-Total joint venture’s next drilling in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone will probably take place this month, as soon as the drilling rig concludes its work in Egypt. In statements on the sidelines of the Famagusta Business […]

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Fifty airlines to fly to Cyprus this summer

Fifty airlines to fly to Cyprus this summer Cyprus’ Hermes Airports unveiled its summer 2022 flight schedule to/from Larnaca and Paphos airports, marking the return of various connections to and from the island. It said 50 airlines are expected to operate flights to/from Larnaca and Paphos airports on 140 routes this summer, including five new […]

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EBRD sees Greek economy growing at 2.9% this year

EBRD sees Greek economy growing at 2.9% this year Greece’s economy is forecast to expand by 2.9% this year with growth expected to pick up to 3.5% in 2023, helped by increased disbursement of funds from the European Union’s Recovery and Resilience Facility, the EBRD projected on Tuesday. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development […]

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Greece Expects Half a Million Tourists from the U.S. This Year

Greece Expects Half a Million Tourists from the U.S. This Year Credit: Greek Reporter Greece expects half a million tourists from the U.S. this year, more than any other time before, Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias said on Monday. “We have never had 500,000 travelers directly from the U.S. to Athens [in one year],” Kikilias said, […]

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PM Mitsotakis’ upcoming visit to the US: What’s on the agenda?

PM Mitsotakis’ upcoming visit to the US: What’s on the agenda? Later this month Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will be in Washington, DC, and he is arriving with a full agenda that includes the global impact of the war in Ukraine, regional energy developments, and Turkey’s provocations in the Aegean. Meanwhile, the foreign ministers of […]

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Half a million US tourists expected this year

Half a million US tourists expected this year Never before has Greece had half a million tourists from the United States in one year, or more than 60 direct weekly flights between the US and Athens, Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias told Skai Radio, adding that the government expects significant revenues from the sector in 2022. […]

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Editorial Ta Nea: University police force plan on the back burner

Editorial Ta Nea: University police force plan on the back burner This time it was not a university rector who was humiliated or a professor who was beaten up, as has occurred in the past. Yet, the damage wrought with sledgehammers over the weekend by a group of antiauthoritarians at the Aristotle University, at a […]

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EU tweaks new sanctions on Russia to win over reluctant members

EU tweaks new sanctions on Russia to win over reluctant members This week the EU proposed the toughest package of sanctions yet against Russia for its war in Ukraine, including an embargo on Russian oil. However, some member states are worried about the impact on their own economies, and the EU has had to tweak […]

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ATHEX: Index slides more than 6% this week

ATHEX: Index slides more than 6% this week The stock nosedive the world over hit Athinon Avenue hard on Friday, with bank stocks continuing to head south at an increased pace. This was the eighth consecutive session of losses for the banks index – something unseen in more than four years. Trading volume was the […]

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Athens Photo Festival announces open call for photobooks

Athens Photo Festival announces open call for photobooks This year, the Athens Photo Festival will present an exhibition dedicated to the medium of the photobook, and is now inviting artists and publishers worldwide to submit their books for consideration. The selected books, which will be on view at the Benaki Museum Pireos Street Annexe in […]

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Support measures worth 4.34 billion euros this year

Support measures worth 4.34 billion euros this year The Greek government has earmarked nearly 4.34 billion euros, or 2.2% of the country’s gross domestic product, for measures aimed at supporting households and businesses against the energy crisis and rising inflationary pressures this year, up from 991 million (0.5% of GDP) in 2021, according to the […]

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Bogdanos Marine Bureau returning to Posidonia

Bogdanos Marine Bureau returning to Posidonia Among the leading exhibitors at this summer’s Posidonia fair, on June 6-10, will be N. Bogdanos Marine Bureau. The company that boasts an over 65-year presence in Greece, represents – among others – the two globally renowned manufacturers of composite materials in the sectors of industrial piping and floor […]

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Tax revenues seen rising over €47 bln

Tax revenues seen rising over €47 bln This year’s tax revenues may even climb above 47 billion euros, with Finance Ministry officials about to upwardly revise their target. Hundreds of thousands of private sector workers will start paying tax deductions as of May 1 after the 7.5% hike to the minimum wage. Workers and enterprises […]

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Ferry service between the Limassol and the main Greek port of Piraeus this summer

Ferry service between the Limassol and the main Greek port of Piraeus this summer Scandro Holding Ltd is set to operate the ferry service between the Cypriot city of Limassol and the main Greek port of Piraeus this summer after a winning bid of €15,594,000, according to the Cypriot Deputy Minister of Shipping Vassilis Dimitriadis, […]

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Over 700 cruise liners to sail Greek seas this year

Over 700 cruise liners to sail Greek seas this year More than 700 cruise liners will sail the Greek seas this year, Shipping and Island Policy Minister Ioannis Plakiotakis stated on Thursday, addressing an event at the port of Lavrio, on the occasion of the formal start of Celestyal Cruises itineraries with the Celestyal Olympia […]

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Huge increase in Attica port departures this Easter

Huge increase in Attica port departures this Easter Tourist departures from the ports of Attica for the Easter holidays recorded a significant increase compared to 2021, when there were restrictive measures due to the pandemic. Shipping and Island Policy Ministry data indicated on Wednesday there was a 150% rise in passenger departures compared to last […]

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A ‘travesty of justice’: The conviction of Osman Kavala and the US response

A ‘travesty of justice’: The conviction of Osman Kavala and the US response This week a Turkish court condemned Turkish philanthropist and civic leader Osman Kavala to life in prison, a verdict that’s been described as a “travesty of justice.” The State Department also chimed in, expressing its deep concern. Its statement only mentioned Osman […]

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Natural gas: How Greece will pay Putin

Natural gas: How Greece will pay Putin With the Greek economy betting heavily on this year’s tourist season to boost government revenue and estimates in favor of increased tourist traffic, the government has set itself the goal of ensuring energy efficiency. Thus, Athens is reportedly moving in the direction of setting up Greek companies importing […]

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Cyprus Hotels Association: This tourist season will be better than last year

Cyprus Hotels Association: This tourist season will be better than last year The hope that the tourism movement that started during the Easter holidays will continue so that this year 2022 will be better than the last, was expressed on Tuesday by the Director-General of the Cyprus Hotels Association, Philokypros Roussounides, CNA reports. According to […]

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Realpolitik in Ukraine

Realpolitik in Ukraine The Western objectives in the Ukraine war are far from clear. This is perhaps because there are significant disagreements between the United States and Europe. American officials have been extremely vague in a manner than leaves plenty of room for interpretation. US President Joe Biden has previously called for Russian President Vladimir […]

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Editorial To Vima: Greece deserves a national resurrection

Editorial To Vima: Greece deserves a national resurrection This spring was different in every way. It was considerably delayed and seemed literally and figuratively like a heavy winter. There was a protracted cold spell, the pandemic stubbornly persisted, and the murderous war in Ukraine disorganised everything, including all expectations. Even nature was challenged by the […]

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The things that unite us

The things that unite us This Easter is of special significance as it is the first that we will celebrate without restrictions after the two years of the Covid-19 pandemic.  Under normal circumstances, it would be a moment of great relief, the moment when we would emerge from a nightmare. The war in Ukraine and […]

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Six Reasons to Visit Thessaloniki This Summer

Six Reasons to Visit Thessaloniki This Summer Thessaloniki. Credit: Tefvik Teker/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY 3.0Thessaloniki, Greece’s second-largest city and the capital of Macedonia, is both historic and avant-garde, and an ideal destination for a short city break. The city has a lot to offer travelers in addition to its classic history and architecture. So here are […]

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Editorial Ta Nea: The pressing need for a social safety net

Editorial Ta Nea: The pressing need for a social safety net The minimum wage hike, the second this year, announced yesterday by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in a nationally televised statement, is more than welcome. Undoubtedly, it is a step in the right direction, because in times of crisis the state is obliged to make […]

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Traditional Easter to be costly

Traditional Easter to be costly Greeks are this time around – following two years of Covid restrictions – allowed to celebrate Easter however they wish, with dreaming of heading for the countryside, but can they afford it, given the increased cost of food and transport? Price hikes in many commodities, including essential goods for the […]

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Nicosia drops hint at ferry link this summer

Nicosia drops hint at ferry link this summer The Shipping Deputy Ministry in the Republic of Cyprus says a successful bidder for a state-subsidized ferry link to Greece has been asked to submit a proposal, with reports saying a summer connection could be launched this year. Deputy shipping minister Vasilis Demetriades says a Cyprus-Greece ferry […]

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Cyclades tickets are sold out

Cyclades tickets are sold out Passenger ships to the Cyclades will be full to capacity for this Easter as of Wednesday, though that is not the case with ferries to Crete and the Dodecanese. According to the latest data available from the association of coastal shipping companies (SEEN), despite ticket price hikes due to soaring […]

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