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Greece is unlikely to participate in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Austria, as the deadline for participants has expired. NERIT, the successor of Greece's...

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The New Hellenic Radio, Internet and Television (NERIT) has received a strong hit after the resignation of the Board's Chairman Antonis Makridimitris and deputy CEO Rodolfos Moronis. Yesterday,...

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Freedom House, a non-profit media monitoring group, said its annual analysis of economic, legal and political conditions in 197 countries worldwide shows press freedom...

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Foreign media outlets report on the outcome of Greece’s double elections, commenting on the first place secured by the country’s main opposition Coalition of...

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International media continue to comment on the forthcoming European Parliament elections and the prospect of Greece’s main opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA)...

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The New Greek Radio, Internet and Television (NERIT) has begun transmissions and launched its first program on Sunday. NERIT has also announced it is planning  to...

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Greece's partisan media and government attempts to muzzle dissidents has led to the country falling five places in the annual Freedom House press index,...

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Greek police authorities have been notified that from now on, they should first come in contact with the competent prosecutor in order to clarify...

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The German newspaper, Handelsblatt describes the Troika as the most unpopular institution in Europe. The newspaper underlines that the Troika will monitor Greece for...

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Just a day after Greece's World Press Freedom Index ranking fell to 99th, a judge has ordered a TV show not to show a...

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  An Athens prosecutor is investigating Greece’s biggest privatization deal to date, regarding the sale of OPAP to a group of Czech, Russian, Slovak and...

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  Greece’s Financial and Crime Unit (SDOE) had quite a big job on their hands last year. After numerous thorough controls, SDOE discovered that there...