Approval of street protest law a potential source of political tumult
Rise in "imported" Covid-19 cases a source of jitters for tourism industry
ND forced to compromise over demonstration bill, feeding SYRIZA's claims
Controversy over media campaign rumbles on as further details emerge
PM wants no strings attached to EU funds as ND juggles with public finances
PM sees 'new Greece' rising from Hellinikon rubble, pledges more aid for struggling firms
ESM approves next bailout tranche, providing Athens with some relief
The European Stability Mechanism’s board of directors approved on Friday the 8.5-billion-euro bailout tranche for Greece, ending concern in Athens of another agonising delay before funds would be released.
A meeting of the ESM’s board of governors on Wednesday did not result in the green light being given for the transfer. There had been reports in the Greek media that the decision would be deferred until the following week but Finance Minister Euclid Tsa...
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