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Live Performance on International Jazz Day – Apr 30/2017 free admission

Home Sessions Greece celebrates the International Jazz Day by organizing, under the auspices of Unesco, an all-day event that will host a painting exhibition, photo exhibition and live musical performances, all around Jazz. The artists involved are prominent with an important career in the arts and directly related to Jazz. …

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Juncker says further pension cuts ‘bad advice”, calls on Eurozone to draw up debt relief measures for Greece

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker urged euro zone countries to draw up more debt relief measures for Greece next month. He said that Athens needed help after making “huge progress” in its economic reforms. “Further pension cuts is a bad advice,” Juncker said. In an interview to Greek economic news …

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Tsipras says additional measures won’t be implemented if no debt relief deal

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said that the additional austerity measures 2019-2020 will not be implemented if there is no measures for debt relief. In an interview to private ANT1 TV on Tuesday evening, the Prime Minister clarified that the government will legislate for the additional pension cuts and higher …

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