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  1. The Public Debt Management Agency announced last Friday that this Wednesday it is planning to auction 13-week treasury bills in book entry form to the amount of 625 million euros.
  2. The Cyprus tax framework is set for a significant overhaul as work begins on the integrated tax transformation project.
  3. Olympiakos won the season’s first title on Saturday lifting the Super Cup that involves the top four teams of last season’s Basket League.
  4. Cyprus on Saturday hailed a two-notch upgrade by credit ratings agency Moody’s.
  5. ANF News, a news agency close to the banned Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, reported Sunday night that the group had claimed responsibility for an attack in the Turkish capital Ankara earlier Sunday.
  6. State sovereignty is the core principle of international relations. Despite originating at the Peace of Westphalia in 1648, the pillar of the rules-based international system was only etched in stone with the birth of the United Nations after World War II.
  7. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has condemned Sunday's terrorist attack in Ankara.
  8. Lord Vaizey, chair of the Parthenon Project, which is dedicated to the reunification of the Parthenon Marbles, is unwavering in his belief: The recent incident of antiquities theft from the British Museum in London, where the 2,500-year-old sculptures are currently displayed, will have no impact on the ongoing negotiations.
  9. The first daycare in Kastellorizo, Dodecanese, opened on Sunday and will accommodate 15 children. 
  10. Several cities worldwide are simultaneously coming together under the official Oktoberfest banner, and this year, Athens is joining in.