Photography

The most significant events in Greece and the world are documented every day by ANA-MPA's photo-reporters.

ANA-MPA's team includes professional photo-journalists throughout Greece, in collaboration with the European Pressphoto Agency (EPA), European news agencies and also selected correspondents/photo-journalists.

Furthermore, the agency's photo archives contain more than 2,400,000 images of international events and more than 560,000 photographs of events of Greek interest, from 1996 to the present.

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  • 22:45   Pavlopoulos: Saudi Arabia plays central role in combatting terrorism
  • 21:49   PAME holds rally and march in central Athens
  • 21:28   Finance ministry issues amendment on operation of Greek bank bailout fund
  • 20:26   Twenty-five Greek companies participate in SAGIA forum in Riyadh
  • 20:26   Greece needs competitiveness and sustainable growth, Schaeuble says
  • 20:05   Democratic Coalition: There’s no political agreement with lenders
  • 19:32   ADEX closing report
  • 19:23   Greek bond market closing report
  • 19:21   Greek stocks end strongly higher
  • 19:18   Draft bill for out-of-court debt settlement unveiled for period of public consultation
  • 19:13   Tsipras says he spoke with Juncker; gives no details
  • 19:08   Coast Guard rejects media reports that Turkish boat sailed close to Imia islets
  • 18:56   Papadimitriou discusses Eurogroup results, investment opportunities, with Dutch ambassador
  • 18:20   Recycling of electrical appliances up in Greece over the last 3 years, monitoring agency reports
  • 18:19   Protester hospitalized with head injuries in Ioannina after clashes with police
  • 17:44   Employees at public broadcaster ERT to hold work stoppages this week
  • 17:15   Up to Athens to decide the measures in the 'positive package' using fiscal space, Dijsselbloem says
  • 16:49   Eurogroup outcome opens path for reducing EU-IMF differences over Greece, Brussels sources say
  • 16:21   Anastasiades to ANA: 'A solution made to Turkish specifications...cannot be a solution for Greek Cypriots'
  • 15:11   PM Tsipras to speak on the phone with Jean Claude Juncker on Tuesday
  • 14:44   Greece presents Energy Exchange project
  • 14:25   Hellenic Sugar Industry optimistic over 2017 beet crop
  • 14:17   Eurogroup's agreement is the most crucial step for the conclusion of programme review, gov't spokesman Tzanakopoulos says
  • 14:15   Administration Reform Min Gerovassili to pay two-day official visit to Georgia
  • 14:10   EIB supported, supports and will support Greece
  • 13:59   Natural History Museum of Meteora and Mushroom Museum organises truffle hunting activities
  • 13:57   Weather forecast: Mostly fair on Wednesday
  • 13:49   Greek enterprises seek to expand activities in Azerbaijan
  • 13:42   Interior Min Skourletis receives Pakistani Ambassador Qaiser
  • 13:33   Registered unemployment up 2.03 pct in Jan
  • 13:28   I have confidence in Tsipras and his financial team, says europarliament VP Papadimoulis to ANA
  • 13:21   ANA and Greek scouts sign cooperation agreement
  • 13:19   Metron Logistics in distribution contract with Papastratos
  • 13:14   ELGEKA sells Arivia for 20 million euros
  • 13:04   Wage employment balance negative in January
  • 12:59   Institutions' return to Athens was the only decision of the Eurogroup, claims Centrists Union leader Leventis
  • 12:58   Greek short-term bond yields fall after Eurogroup agreement
  • 12:51   Balkan initiative with the help of Greece in multiple myeloma treatment
  • 12:04   Athens metro, tram workers announce 24-hour strikes
  • 11:55   President Pavlopoulos' meetings with ministers in Saudi Arabia focused on investments
  • 11:42   Painful compromise with worst possible conditions, says Potami on Eurogroup's decision
  • 11:09   Athens Stock Exchange opening: Rise
  • 11:02   There is no room for further austerity, Digital Policy Min Pappas says
  • 10:04   Athens Newspapes Headlines
  • 23:09   Eurogroup decisions to be discussed at SYRIZA’s meeting on Tuesday
  • 22:51   ToposText app nominated for 'Best use' category of ‘Digital Humanities Awards’
  • 22:07   DIMAR leader: If review had ended in time, Greece wouldn’t have to implement more measures
  • 22:02   Dijsselbloem: Greek reforms to include return to collective labour bargaining
  • 21:42   Theodorakis on Eurogroup: Government dubs 'new measures' as ‘new policy mix’
  • 21:21   Europe and Saudi Arabia should cooperate on economy, peace, says Pavlopoulos
  • 20:50   EuroParliament VP Papadimoulis: Eurogroup opened the way; now we must rush
  • 20:45   New 'policy mix' for Greece emphasising reforms over austerity, Dijsselbloem says (ADDS Moscovici)
  • 20:34   IMF welcomes Greek concessions at Eurogroup, says more needed to bridge differences
  • 20:10   Tzanakopoulos: Reforms agreed at Eurogroup will not contain a single euro of additional austerity
  • 20:09   New 'policy mix' for Greece emphasising reforms over austerity, Dijsselbloem says
  • 19:50   ND: Return of institutions tied to new concessions, painful measures
  • 19:37   Communist Party: As expected, government agreed to legislate new measures
  • 19:16   Top court prosecutor requests investigation into parliamentary report on shady bank loans
  • 19:14   Gerovasili categorically refuses municipalities' request to take over Citizen Service Centres
  • 18:51   Institutions are returning to Greece to hammer out a staff-level agreement (ADDS)
  • 18:47   ADEX closing report
  • 18:46   Greek bond market closing report
  • 18:45   Greek stocks end 1.01 pct higher
  • 18:40   Eurogroup ends; institutions returning to Greece
  • 18:30   Institutions returning to Athens after 'complete reversal' of climate at Eurogroup, say government sources (ADDS)
  • 18:30   Klaus Regling reappointed ESM chief by board of governors
  • 18:02   Institutions returning to Athens after 'complete reversal' of climate at Eurogroup, say government sources
  • 17:57   Athens metro, tram workers announce 24-hour strike on Thursday
  • 17:51   Belgian FinMin: Elections in member-states shouldn't lead to ‘half-baked’ solutions for Greece
  • 17:29   Moscovici says confident that Eurogroup meeting will be very positive
  • 17:09   Dijsselbloem: return of institutions to Greece the 'first goal'
  • 16:19   PM briefed on plight of children in Ukraine's Greek villages; extra financial support decided
  • 16:05   Government's econ team in last-minute meeting with creditors to prepare for Eurogroup, sources say
  • 15:42   Police to look for further clues to identify human skeleton found in Malia, Crete
  • 15:16   Greece is on the right track, as the EU response to IMF demands indicates, Cyprus President tells ANA
  • 14:50   KEPE sees clear signs of improving conditions in Greek economy
  • 14:33   ESM receives loan repayment of 2.0 bln euros from Greece
  • 14:29   Contraband cigarettes and tobacco located in Alexandroupolis
  • 14:24   EY symposium on battle against tax avoidance
  • 14:16   Weather forecast: Partly cloudy on Tuesday
  • 14:05   Industrial turnover index up 13.5 pct in December
  • 14:01   Greek merchant shipping fleet up 0.1 pct in Dec
  • 13:55   Greek business delegation to Israel offers deals
  • 13:44   Eurolife becomes strategic partner in Grivalia Hospitality
  • 13:30   Olive oil competition in London
  • 13:23   Greek current account balance turned negative in 2016
  • 13:06   Uni Systems in 5.0-mln-euro contract for National Library
  • 12:55   Wind Hellas and Zappware to offer TV services
  • 12:12   Greece most popular destination for Romanians next summer
  • 12:04   Eurogroup to seek political agreement so that institutions return to Athens
  • 11:18   Athens Stock Exchange opening: Rise
  • 10:58   Eurogroup to convene on Monday; moderate expectations
  • 09:58   Athens Newspapes Headlines
  • 09:43   Martin Schulz:The prattle about the Grexit is dangerous for Europe
  • 18:11   Weather forecast: Clouds, rain on Monday
  • 18:10   Unknown individuals threw petrol bombs at SYRIZA headquarters in Athens
  • 17:48   Metro station Syntagma to open on Monday
  • 17:05   IMF's wrong forecasts increased Greece's funding needs, says Attica Bank chief and Greece's former representative to IMF Roumeliotis
  • 16:56   Gov't spokesman Tzanakopoulos: Conclusion of second review without additional austerity
  • 16:43   Return of Parthenon Marbles an international request, says Culture Min. Koniordou

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