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Swiss festivals canceled, Greek event postponed amid coronavirus concern
Three international film festivals canceled or postponed their upcoming editions. Switzerland’s International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) and Think Cinema Lausanne (aka Rencontres 7e Art) have been canceled, and Greece’s Thessaloniki Documentary Festival postponed as concern intensifies in Europe about the spread of coronavirus.
Greek police fire tear gas on migrants at border with Turkey
Greek police have fired tear gas at migrants who had gathered on its border with Turkey in an attempt to prevent them from entering the country.
Greek police clash with students protesting against university shutdown
Greek police have fired tear gas at students protesting against the shutdown of a prominent Athens university that authorities raided at the weekend to confiscate materials they said were typically used in violent demonstrations.
Two Greek towns protest refugee transfers to mainland sites
Protesters in two towns in northern Greece took to the streets Sunday to rally against the transfer of migrants from the Greek islands to sites on the mainland.
Tens of thousands of goats munch Greek island into crisis
With oak and chestnut forests, waterfalls and rugged coastline, Samothraki has a wild beauty and a remoteness that sets it apart from other Greek islands.
Greek PM says 2020 budget will respect fiscal targets
Greece will submit a 2020 budget later this year that will fully respect the fiscal targets agreed with its lenders, newly elected Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Saturday.
Tax-weary Greek traders welcome change of government
“Once my taxes are paid, at the end of the day I have 20 or 25 euros left in my pocket,” lamented Greek hairdresser Babis Toumbanos.
In first post-bailout vote, Greek conservatives tipped to unseat PM Tsipras
Greeks have voted on Sunday in the first general election since the country emerged from international bailouts, with polls predicting the conservatives will return to power and end four years of leftist rule blamed for saddling Greece with more debt.
Greek president approves Tsipras call for snap election
Greece's president has accepted a request from Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to dissolve parliament, formally triggering a snap election that Tsipras has called for next month after badly losing a vote for European parliament.
Greek researchers enlist EU satellite against Aegean sea litter
Knee-deep in water on a picture-postcard Lesbos island beach, a team of Greek university students gently deposits a wall-sized PVC frame on the surface before divers moor it at sea.
Greek police clash with migrants after 'fake news' border movement
Greek police scuffled with hundreds of migrants who gathered near the northern city of Thessaloniki on Friday hoping to enter North Macedonia.
Iranian director Bakhshi to serve as jury member of Greek festival
Iranian director Mohammad Bakhshi, who is famous for the short film 'Are You Volleyball?!', was invited to join the panel of jury for the Third Independent Political Activism Short Film Festival (iPAS) in Athens, Greece, slated for April 9-12.
Top Greek bank CEO calls on lenders to do more in reducing the country's bad debts
The high level of bad loans in Greece is still the biggest issue that the embattled economy needs to focus on, the head of Piraeus Bank told CNBC.
Greek MPs narrowly approve name deal with Macedonia
The Greek parliament on Friday narrowly ratified a landmark deal to rename neighboring Macedonia, ending one of the world's longest diplomatic disputes and earning rich praise for the "historic" move.

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