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29
May

Crete: Lightning injures 7 tourists in Knossos archaeological site

Posted by in Tourism

A lightning fell in the archaeological site of Knossos in Crete, on Friday morning injuring 6 tourists with one of them reportedly being in critical condition.  According to local media, the lightning fell at 9:30 in the morning near a group of Russian tourists visiting the site. The tourists had […]

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29
May

IMF : Greece has right to “bundle” four June payments into one

Posted by in Economy

Greece’s deadline for repayment to the International Monetary Fund is coming close, while the options for agreement with creditors remain unclear. Without agreement there is no bailout funding for cash-strapped Greece that struggles to avoid a “credit event” on June 5th, when €300 million are due to the IMF. Greece’s […]

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29
May

Dirty games or error? German FAZ misinterprets IMF Lagarde’s statement on “Grexit”

Posted by in Economy

The news went worldwide as a serious IMF warning to Greece. IMF’s Christine Lagarde had allegedly told German conservative Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung that a Greek exit from the eurozone was a “possibility.” F.A.Z. wrote a nice title on her interview with Lagarde and spread the news. “Schuldenkrise Lagarde hält Grexit […]

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28
May

After BrusselsGroup impasse, Tsipras speaks Merkel & Hollande via teleconference

Posted by in Economy

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras had a teleconference call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande early Thursday evening. The call lasted one hour and it was “in the context of the personal initiatives by the Greek PM to successfully conclude the negotiations with the Institutions, government […]

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28
May

Coin-cidence! EU trolls Greece with 2-Euro coin, when EZ future uncertain

Posted by in Very Mix

I would have never thought that the bureaucrats sitting on the chairs of the European union in Brussels were able to do such a trolling to Greece. While the conservative majority of the EU would love to see Greece out from the euro and the EU, while Greece’s eurozone future […]

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28
May

Greece hopes for agreement by Sunday, as creditors keep the beat with the usual pressure

Posted by in Economy

Negative signals and immense pressure have been the usual creditors’ modus operandi for the last five years. The usual operation tool, when talks between Greece and its creditors reach a dangerous curve and are short before reaching an agreement. While the Greek side expresses hope for an agreement by Sunday, […]

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28
May

ECB report: “Default risk expectations increased sharply for Greece”

Posted by in Economy

The European Central Bank issued it Financial Stability Review today and made very important conclusions: that Default risk has increased for Greece and that the Greek banking sector has suffered substantial deposit outflows. “Wow,” as Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis would say expressing his astonishment about the extremely surprising and nonplus […]

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28
May

Varoufakis’ not so secret notes during meeting of Greece’s negotiation team with PM Tsipras

Posted by in Very Mix

What was on the agenda of Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis at the meeting of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras with the Greek negotiation team? And thus short before the Brussels Group, the Euro Working Group and the Eurogroup, short before  the crucial meetings for the crucial agreement between Greece and its […]

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28
May

Daily Mail: Refugees “ruin” Briton’s holidays, turning Kos into “disgusting hellhole”

Posted by in Very Mix

The joy of holidaymakers is for UK’s Daily Mail more important than the lives of those who flee the war in Syria and Afghanistan. The shameful article, Holidaymaker misery as thousands of boat people from Syria and Afghanistan set up migrant camp to turn popular Greek island into ‘disgusting’ hellhole is […]

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27
May

UPD Greek among FIFA arrests: Who is Costas Takkas from Cayman Soccer Federation?

Posted by in Very Mix

A Greek or a man of Greek descent is reportedly among the fourteen top soccer FIFA officials arrested this morning in a 5-star hotel in Zurich, Switzerland. They will be extradited to the United States on charges backed by an F.B.I. investigation that allege widespread corruption in FIFA over the […]

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