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    Greece bans pork imports from Bulgaria due to African swine fever

  2. Earthquake in Athens

    Strong quake shakes Athens, knocks out phone service

    A magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook the Greek capital Athens on Friday, sending people running from buildings in panic, witnesses said.
  3. Greek lawmakers attend a swearing in ceremony

    New conservative Greek parliament sworn in after election

    Greece's new parliament was sworn in Wednesday (Jul 17) after Jul 7 elections, led by a conservative government that has vowed to cut taxes, boost ...
  4. Greek Orthodox church archbishop

    Greek conservatives scrap plans to take clergy off state payroll

    Greece's newly-elected conservative government on Tuesday (Jul 16) scrapped plans to remove priests from the state payroll, reversing a decision ...
  5. Yiannis Lagos

    Greek neo-Nazi Eurodeputy defects from Golden Dawn party

    A prominent member of Greece's Golden Dawn party recently elected to the European parliament has defected, the party said on Saturday (Jul 13), ...
  6. Members of a search and rescue team of the fire brigade prepare to retrieve the body

    US scientist 'asphyxiated' on Greek island of Crete: Police

  7. A caravan overturned by strong winds lies on a beach in Nea Plagia, in Chalkidiki, Northern Greece

    Fierce storms tear through Greek tourist area, killing six

    Fierce storms have killed six tourists and injured dozens of people in northern Greece, authorities said on Thursday (Jul 11).
  8. New Democracy conservative party leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis waves as he speaks outside party's

    Greek Conservatives take charge in landslide win, vow more investment, fewer taxes

    Greece's opposition conservatives returned to power with a landslide victory in snap elections on Sunday, and Prime Minister elect Kyriakos ...
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    Global shares muted as prospect of sharp US rate cut fades

  10. Kyriakos Mitsotakis

    PM-elect Mitsotakis vows to make Greece 'proud' after vote triumph