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New Democracy leader Mitsotakis in Strasbourg

New Democracy leader Mitsotakis in Strasbourg

Main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis will be in Strasbourg on Monday to hold a series of meetings with top officials and address on Tuesday the parliamentary group of the European People’s Party (EPP) assembly in the European parliament.

Mitsotakis will also meet with the president of the

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Athens Newspapers Headlines: Monday 13/11 edition

Athens Newspapers Headlines: Monday 13/11 edition

The Monday edition of Athens dailies at a glance

DIΜΟΚRΑΤΙΑ: The new PASOK is a fiasco

ΕTHΝΟS: Fofi (Gennimata) and the centre

ΕLEFTHEROS TYPOS: The latest pensions

ΤΑ ΝΕΑ: The Democratic Coalition’s comeback

ΕSΤΙΑ: ΑΟΖ, 12 miles and new maps or veto on Albania

NAFTEMPORIKI: What hinders the works at Elliniko over the last

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Athens Newspapers Headlines: Monday 13/11 edition

Athens Newspapers Headlines: Monday 13/11 edition

The Monday edition of Athens dailies at a glance

DIΜΟΚRΑΤΙΑ: The new PASOK is a fiasco

ΕTHΝΟS: Fofi (Gennimata) and the centre

ΕLEFTHEROS TYPOS: The latest pensions

ΤΑ ΝΕΑ: The Democratic Coalition’s comeback

ΕSΤΙΑ: ΑΟΖ, 12 miles and new maps or veto on Albania

NAFTEMPORIKI: What hinders the works at Elliniko over the last

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Greece, Albania take ‘step forward’ on open issues during ministers’ talks

Greece, Albania take ‘step forward’ on open issues during ministers’ talks

Greece and Albania took “a step forward” in resolving open bilateral issues during a meeting of their respective foreign ministers over the weekend in Crete, according to their joint statement on Sunday.

Nikos Kotzias and Ditmir Bushati discussed “in a friendly and constructive environment the open bilateral issues” whi

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Greece, Albania take ‘step forward’ on open issues during ministers’ talks

Greece, Albania take ‘step forward’ on open issues during ministers’ talks

Greece and Albania took “a step forward” in resolving open bilateral issues during a meeting of their respective foreign ministers over the weekend in Crete, according to their joint statement on Sunday.

Nikos Kotzias and Ditmir Bushati discussed “in a friendly and constructive environment the open bilateral issues” whi

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CoS upholds ruling awarding 260,000 euros to family of boy in misdiagnosis case

CoS upholds ruling awarding 260,000 euros to family of boy in misdiagnosis case

The Council of State upheld an appeals court ruling awarding 260,000 euros to the family of a 14-year-old boy who died of meningococcal septicemia in 1998 because the doctor who treated him misdiagnosed his condition.

The boy was brought to the outpatient clinic of a hospital in Epirus with high fever, headache,

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