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New Greek Parliament elects Syriza veteran, former minister as speaker

Greece's new Parliament, elected two weeks ago, has chosen Syriza deputy Nikos Voutsis as its speaker.
The Province: October 5, 2015

Greek government to submit draft 2016 budget to parliament

Greece's new coalition government is to submit its draft 2016 budget to parliament, which will include a series of reforms required under the country's new three-year, 86 billion euro ($96 billion) international bailout.
The Sentinel: October 5, 2015

Baby's body found washed up on Kos shore: Greek coast guard

The badly decomposed body of a baby was found on Sunday on the shore of Kos island, on the frontline of the migrant influx coming from Turkey, Greek Coast guard said Sunday.
Yahoo! News: October 5, 2015

Tsipras: Greece must fundamentally change in the next four years

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in his address on Saturday to SYRIZA parliamentary group said that the government's strategic plan is "Greece to fundamentally change in the next four years."
October 5, 2015

Economy Minster Stathakis sees restart of economy before summer

The restart of the economy will certainly be achieved before summer , maybe in the first three months of 2016, reassured Economy, Development and Tourism Minister George Stathakis in an interview to Efimerida ton Syntakton newspaper
October 4, 2015

Prices surge for tourists, locals as Greek islands lose tax break

It doesn’t have the glitz and glamour of nearby Mykonos, nor Rhodes’ steady stream of European charter flights disgorging package tourists.
The Seattle Times: October 1, 2015

Greece opens Olympic venue to migrants

Greek authorities have opened a disused Olympic venue to house more than 400 migrants who have been camping out in Athens' Victoria Square.
October 1, 2015

Counter-terrorism squad finds arms cache, vehicles at hideout in Marathonas

An arms cache containing rockets, Kalashnikov rifles, ammunition and other heavy weaponry has been found at the Marathonas, Attica hideout that is possibly linked to the terror suspect Giorgos Petrakakos,
October 1, 2015

Amphipolis was commissioned by Alexander for Hephaestion

The Amphipolis tomb was commissioned and financed by Alexander the Great in honor of his beloved friend Hephaestion.
October 1, 2015

Olympiakos beats Giannena 5-1

Defending champion Olympiakos thrashed visiting Giannena 5-1 to maintain its perfect record in the Greek league on Saturday.
Bradenton Herald: September 28, 2015