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Islamic State beheads female civilians for first time in Syria

The hardline Islamic State group has beheaded two women in Syria, the first time it has decapitated female civilians, the…

Greece and creditors hold new talks on deal ahead of IMF deadline

Greece and its creditors are reportedly working on a yet new last-minute bailout deal ahead of a $1,8 billion loan…

Greece debt crisis: Tsipras may resign if Greeks vote yes

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras has threatened to resign over the result of a snap referendum on Greece's debt crisis due…

What's in the Stars today, June 30?

Don't waste the day with inactivity and idleness – seize every opportunity to improve the day and your life in…

German FinMin: It’s Up to Greece to Avoid Bankruptcy and Grexit

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Monday that it is up to Greece to avoid a Grexit and bankruptcy, adding that the country’s…

Reuters: European shares extend slide, with Greece set to default on IMF loan

European shares fell on Tuesday for a second straight session as a conflict between Greece and its lenders intensified, with…

Tsipras: «We’ll survive; we will stand on our feet»

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras send on Monday the message that Greece will stand on its feet and survive despite the…

There is no «Grexit», Austrian finance minister says

There is no 'Grexit' and Greece continues to be a part of the eurozone and the Eurogroup, Austrian Finance Minister…

Schulz joins in urging Greeks to vote 'yes' in referendum

European Parliament President Martin Schulz on Monday added his voice to the chorus of European officials and leaders urging Greeks…

Merkel: Greece is voting on its future in the eurozone

Greece will be voting on its future in the eurozone when it holds a referendum next Sunday, German Chancellor Angela…

EC President Jean-Claude Juncker urges Greeks to vote 'yes' in referendum

In a press conference on Monday (29/6), European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker urged Greeks to vote 'yes' in the upcoming…

Chancellor Merkel ready to talk to Greek PM if he wishes, spokesman says

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is willing to hold talks with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras "if he would like to,"…

Deliberations can continue provided Greeks want to, President Hollande says

"I hope, if Greece decides so, that the negotiations will continue," French President Francois Hollande on Monday said after a…

German economist Hikel to ANA-MPA: Referendum 'democratically inevitable'

German professor of economy Rudolph Hikel in an interview with ANA-MPA called the referendum in Greece "democratically inevitable."

Athens Newspaper Headlines (29/6/2015)

The Monday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance.

Means of transport in Athens free from June 29 to July 6

Means of transport in Athens will be free from June 29 to July 6, Alternate Minister for Transport Christos Spirtzis…

What's in the Stars today, June 29?

Today, you will find satisfaction in being sociable and sharing time, ideas, knowledge and interests with others

Gov't posts details on bank transactions, including daily limit and exemptions

Greek banks will shut down as of Monday, June 29 (today), to Monday, July 6, inclusive, in a series of…

Banks to shut down June 29-July 6; pensions and wages to be paid normally, tourists not affected

Greek banks will shut down from Monday, June 29, to Monday, July 6 inclusive, the government said following a Cabinet…

Athens Newspaper Headlines (28/6)

The Sunday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance.

Remaining in eurozone is 'up to the Greeks' but became much more difficult, Schaeuble tells ZDF

It was now up to the Greeks whether they will remain in the Eurozone but things were looking increasingly difficult,…

'Greece's course in Europe... must remain undisturbed,' President says, receiving ND leader

The Greek people will once again prove that in the most crucial hour they display the "greatest maturity and determination,"…

BBC: ECB 'to end Greek bank lifeline'

The European Central Bank is expected to end emergency lending to Greece's banks on Sunday (28/6), the BBC understands.

Greek crisis: 'Nobody can say what will happen in the referendum'

In a tense atmosphere on the streets of Athens, savers are withdrawing cash and bracing for further uncertainty.

What's in the Stars today, June 28?

Today you should give your time to people and things that matter to you, and focus on the depth of…