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The paper initially appeared under the name Athinaika Nea, but was renamed to Ta Nea in 1945. During the dictatorship (1967-1974) Ta Nea opposed the regime along with the daily To Vima published by the same company, and tried to encourage resistance to the regime by means of caricatures and messages. Ta Nea was the most sold newspaper until To Ethnos appeared in 1981, and had close ties to the Pan-Hellenist Social Party (PASOK). Today it is close to the current government.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Left liberal
Circulation: 53,000 (first quarter of 2010)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday

Location: Athens, Greece
Publisher: Lambrakis Pressegruppe
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1931

Michalakopoulou 80
GR-11528 Athen
Phone: 0030-211-3657000, -7766000

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1.  Ta Nea - Greece | 16/12/2014

Political trench warfare endangers Greece

The first round of voting in Greece's presidential election takes place today, Wednesday. The left-liberal daily Ta Nea finds it incomprehensible that the parties are ... » more

2.  Ta Nea - Greece | 03/12/2014

Greek politicians should pay for their rubbish

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that Italy and Greece must pay hefty fines for failing to eliminate unauthorised rubbish dumps despite earlier ... » more

3.  Ta Nea - Greece | 24/03/2014

Greece has potential as startup location

Greece is seeing a boom in startups that could provide a positive impulse for the entire economy, the daily Ta Nea hopes: "In the midst ... » more

4.  Ta Nea - Greece | 17/10/2013

Greece stands up to neo-Nazis

The Greek parliament voted by a large majority on Wednesday to lift the immunity of six MPs belonging to the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn. Finally ... » more

5.  Ta Nea - Greece | 09/04/2013

Vetoed bank merger saves Greek money

Over the weekend the Greek government called a halt to the merger between the country's two largest banks after the troika voiced concerns that the ... » more

6.  Ta Nea - Greece | 05/03/2013

Change through trade between Athens and Ankara

Greece and Turkey want to intensify their cooperation in the health and tourism sector as well as in telecommunications and banking, and signed 25 declarations ... » more

7.  Ta Nea - Greece | 25/02/2013

Turkish EU accession increasingly unrealistic

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called for greater support for his country's join the EU the EU during a visit to Ankara by German Chancellor Angela ... » more

8.  Ta Nea - Greece | 18/02/2013

Greek violence scares off foreign investors

Presumably in protest against a mining project, several dozen unidentified persons launched an attack on Sunday against the Skouries site of the Hellenic Gold company ... » more

9.  Ta Nea - Greece | 07/02/2013

Greece sacrifices human rights

The Greek police have admitted that after a bank robbery on February 1, the four alleged culprits were beaten and that photos showing their wounded ... » more

10.  Ta Nea - Greece | 16/01/2013

Greek jails inhumane

A court in the northern Greek seaport of Igoumenitsa admitted on Friday that it had acquitted 17 paperless migrants who escaped from a prison because ... » more


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