The demand for holidays in Greece is at its peak, Deutsche Welle said citing the largest German tourist agencies. Greece is one the first choices, followed by Tunisia and Egypt that are gradually recovering from the crisis of the last years.
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  • 20:39   Unfazed by rain, revelers dress up and dance at Patras’ grand Carnival Parade
  • 20:02   ND's Koumoutsakos: Turkey's behaviour is dangerous and unacceptable
  • 19:27   HELPE chairman: Record profits in 2016 are due to new supply policies, borrowing cost reduction
  • 18:45   ESM's Regling: Greek economy did better than expected in 2016
  • 17:26   ND's Hatzidakis to ANA: The government hates reforms, undermines those it accepts
  • 16:28   Papadimoulis: Law should be implemented on shady loans whatever the name of the recipient
  • 15:42   Family of deceased filmmaker reject state-funded funeral to avoid burdening public coffers
  • 15:22   Defence minister: Let Turks step on a Greek island; we’ll see if they leave from there
  • 14:38   Youngsters throw petrol bombs against riot police in Exarcheia
  • 14:24   Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy on Monday
  • 20:25   Thousands of revelers flood Patras’ streets for Carnival's night parade
  • 19:47   Foreign ministry: Personal attacks do not help Greek-Turkish relations
  • 18:57   Chouliarakis: A good deal today is preferable to a better deal tomorrow
  • 17:58   Bomb squad neutralizes explosive device left near police station in Dafni
  • 17:25   WTO's Rifai to visit Greece on Feb. 28-March 3
  • 16:21   Police confirms human remains found in Malia belong to missing British holidaymaker
  • 16:02   Weather Forecast: Cloudy on Sunday
  • 15:23   Parliament head: Greek program review will close
  • 14:52   Aircraft carrier 'USS George H.W. Bush' docks at NATO's base in Crete
  • 14:19   Athens Newspaper Headlines
  • 22:18   Weighted average maturity for Greece's EFSF loans extended to 32.45 years
  • 20:55   Two Turkish servicemen are being held by police in safe area, says ministry
  • 20:40   ADEX closing report
  • 20:36   Government categorically denies Turkish officers are held by Greek intelligence agency
  • 20:19   Government's 'Growth Strategy' plan discussed in meeting chaired by Tsipras (RECASTS, ADDS)
  • 20:05   Hellas Sat 3 will mark new era for the use of space technology in Greece, minister says
  • 20:01   Mouzalas: We plan to close most refugee camps in 2017, move people into apartments
  • 19:35   Seven Turkish military aircraft violate Athens' FIR
  • 19:12   Police arrests trafficker for trying to smuggle migrants into Greece
  • 18:34   About 60 Pakistanis arrive in western Crete, housed in closed gym
  • 18:34   Funeral for director Nikos Koundouros on Saturday, at public expense
  • 18:27   Greek bond market closing report
  • 18:23   Mitsotakis: 'I neither invest nor rejoice in the government's failure'
  • 18:13   Greek stocks end slightly down
  • 17:54   Tzitzikostas, Boutaris discuss investments, Holocaust Museum with U.S. ambassador
  • 17:53   Tsipras chairs ministerial meeting on plan for productive reconstruction
  • 17:28   Special opening hours for shops and food markets on Clean Monday holiday
  • 17:07   EC spox on Juncker letter: 'Full compliance' with EU Human Rights Charter is key
  • 17:03   German journalist, once jailed in Greece during the Junta, revisits Korydallos prison
  • 16:41   Tsipras chairing ministerial meeting on plan for productive reconstruction
  • 15:38   Turkey will seek an escalation of tension, says ND's Koumoutsakos
  • 15:22   PM Tsipras to meet with his Maltese counterpart Muscat on March 1.
  • 15:21   Merkel ready to consider specific measures for easing Greek debt, Handelsblatt reports
  • 14:53   Greek budget primary surplus at 1.019 bln euros in Jan
  • 14:15   Sklavenitis to take over Marinopoulos' stores from March 1
  • 14:13   Weather forecast: Partly cloudy, rain in the afternoon on Saturday
  • 14:02   Greek economy to grow by 2.5 pct in 2017 on conditions, BoG
  • 13:51   KKE leader Koutsoumbas on PM Tsipras' speech in parliament
  • 13:50   Charred body found near Thessaloniki Zoo
  • 13:20   Fraport Greece signs contract for fire safety services
  • 13:19   Greek exports to Russia grew 1.1 pct in 2016
  • 12:44   Greek PPI up 9.7 pct in January
  • 12:43   Athens Medical Group wins UN distinctions
  • 12:31   Hellenic Petroleum reports record profits in 2016
  • 12:17   If the review is not concluded soon, we will experience worser days, says Potami leader Theodorakis
  • 12:16   Tsipras: Eurogroup's in principle agreement is a positive development (UPDATE 3)
  • 11:55   Tsipras: Eurogroup's in principle agreement is a positive development (UPDATE 2)
  • 11:54   Reduction of tax free threshold is a blow to low incomes, Centrists Union leader Leventis says
  • 11:41   Tsipras: Eurogroup's in principle agreement is a positive development (UPDATE1)
  • 11:39   Hermitage exhibition at the Byzantine and Christian Museum extended to March 7
  • 11:19   Athens Stock Exchange opening: Decline
  • 11:08   Tsipras: Eurogroup's in principle agreement is a positive development
  • 10:34   Defence Min Kammenos: Turkey lacks composure
  • 09:54   Athens Newspapers Headlines
  • 09:40   Greek Panorama Exhibition to be held at Grand Central Terminal Station on May 12-13
  • 09:12   PM Tsipras to brief Parliament on negotiations
  • 22:06   German authorities open new kickbacks case involving German firms in Greece
  • 22:03   German tour operators see an increase in Greek bookings
  • 21:33   Pavlopoulos: Donation of SNFCC continues tradition of Greece's great benefactors
  • 21:03   Pensioner shoots lawyer in Thessaloniki (ADDS)
  • 20:44   Tsipras, Lagarde, discussed Greek program, IMF's involvement in phone call
  • 20:43   Frigoglass signs agreement in principle on capital restructuring
  • 20:42   Greek bond market closing report
  • 20:41   ADEX closing report
  • 20:39   Wind Hellas reports better 2016 results
  • 20:36   Turkish officers seeking asylum in Greece may be wanted for Erdogan assassination attempt, Turkish sources say
  • 20:09   Measures agreed as part of bailout don’t have to conform to EU acquis, Juncker tells MEPs
  • 19:53   French man accused of sexually abusing refugee boys remanded in custody
  • 19:22   SNFCC a project of 'immense value' for Athens, PM Tsipras notes at handover ceremony
  • 19:20   Energy minister discusses progress in TAP, IGB, LNG terminal projects in Baku
  • 19:00   PM Tsipras: Athens acquiring important new cultural pole through the SNFCC
  • 18:45   First Borrowers' Advice Bureau to open in March on pilot basis
  • 18:43   Industry body SEV starts annual poll on Greek business environment
  • 18:24   IMF wants to specify measures on Greek debt relief to participate in program-spokesman
  • 18:17   Greek stocks end slightly higher
  • 18:13   Gerovasili on official visit to Georgia; memorandum on cooperation in public administration signed
  • 17:40   Fraport Greece signs deal for fire-fighting services in 14 regional airports
  • 17:28   Hospital doctors to strike on March 2, in protest against social insurance bill
  • 17:17   Finance ministry extends tax clearance for Athens Concert Hall until end of August
  • 17:07   French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve to visit Greece on March 3
  • 16:53   Teachers gather outside Oreokastro school in solidarity with children refugees
  • 16:35   Siemens' cash-for-contracts case involving 64 defendant to resume on Friday
  • 16:34   Briefings are given by the government and the spokesman speaks for all, Tsakalotos says iin Parliament
  • 16:11   Schinas: Commission wants 'balanced and fair' deal for Greece
  • 16:05   Pensioner shoots lawyer in Thessaloniki
  • 14:43   Weather forecast: Fair on Friday
  • 14:40   Germans' demand for holidays in Greece at peak
  • 13:40   Building materials' prices unchanged in Jan
  • 13:39   Negotiations must be completed within March, SEV says
  • 13:38   Competition authorities examine deals in food sector

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