Greece’s Business Prospects Brighten After Lost Decade (The Wall Street Journal)

ATHENS—As economic growth returns to Greece after a decade of crisis, so are some businesses that once wrote the country off.

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In Greece, the Authority Investors Fear Most: Its Archaeologists (The Wall Street Journal)

ATHENS—In Greece, the buck stops with archaeologists.

Mike Angeliades, a Greek-American property developer, discovered that after he won a state tender in 2014 for a €400 million ($495 million) plan to develop a beachside golf resort on the island of Rhodes.

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Greek PM makes small changes to cabinet, keeps finance, foreign ministers (Reuters)

ATHENS (Reuters) – Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras made limited changes to his cabinet on Wednesday after a minister bowed out in a housing allowance row, keeping his finance minister months before the country emerges from a bailout program in August.

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Greece, Turkey try to calm tensions after Aegean Sea crash (The Associated Press)

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The prime ministers of Greece and Turkey worked late Tuesday to calm escalating tensions after a Greek coast guard vessel was damaged in a collision with a Turkish patrol boat in the Aegean Sea, the site of a boundary dispute.

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Greece Curbs Sway of Shariah Law (The Wall Street Journal)

ATHENS—Greece’s parliament overwhelmingly voted on Tuesday to limit the power of laws grounded in the Islamic faith, which are still enforced for Muslim citizens in a region bordering Turkey.

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Surge in Migrants Creates Abysmal Conditions on Greek Islands (The Wall Street Journal)

SAMOS, Greece—Three months ago, Shehab Kabalan, a 20-year-old from Syria, traveled in a small boat from Turkey to Greece in the hope of receiving asylum in Europe and starting a new life.

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France’s Emmanuel Macron Takes EU Renewal Push to Greece (The Wall Street Journal)

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The European Union will crumble if it isn’t overhauled, French President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday in Athens, attempting to reinvigorate his call for greater sharing of financial burdens in the eurozone.

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Greek Authorities Escalate Investigation Against Former Statistics Agency Head (The Wall Street Journal)

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ATHENS—Greek authorities are escalating a criminal investigation against the former head of Greece’s statistics agency, who has been accused of inflating the budget deficit to help Greece’s creditors justify the country’s unpopular bailout terms, continuing a yearslong debate about the origins of the country’s debt crisis.

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Greece denies report it may opt out of receiving more bailout money (Reuters)

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Greece on Tuesday denied a German newspaper report it could refuse receipt of bailout loans needed to make a July debt repayment if its lenders fail to offer clear debt relief terms, despite it having passed more reforms.

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Greece Seeks Inclusion in ECB’s Stimulus Plan (The Wall Street Journal)

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ATHENS—Greece called on the European Central Bank to add the nation to its bond-buying program, even if that means relaxing the ECB’s earlier conditions for such support.

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