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25
Oct

Change the Clocks! It’s Winter Time! Oct 26/2014

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It’s time for “winter” time and for days to get shorter, no matter how much we hate that. In the night from Saturday to Sunday, clocks will be set one hour back: the magical change will occur at 04:00 am that will suddenly be 03:00 am. The time change refers [...]

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24
Oct

When it rains, Athens and Piraeus turn into Greek …Venice! (picts, video)

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The absolute chaos! Main roads turn into rivers and lakes with floating vehicles and garbage bins.  Homes and shops are flooded, while the fire brigades received more than 300 calls to pump water. It took two to three heavy rain showers to mutate the streets in several suburbs in Athens [...]

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24
Oct

Shock in Patras school: teacher cuts his wrists in front of students

Posted by in Very Mix

A teacher in amok, students in shock. Ateacher in a high school class went out of control and started to cut his arms, from the wrist to the elbow, with a paper cutter in front of screaming children in the classroom. Amid students’ screams and cries, the teacher spread the [...]

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24
Oct
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“Winter” arrives in Greece with rain storms, early snow and temperature drop

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Winter arrived in Greece with heavy rain, strong winds, early snow in the mountains and sharp temperature drop. Sudden rain storms turned streets into rivers. the island of Zakynthos (Zante) was hit by a mini-tornado that uprooted trees, swept away stables roofs and destroyed balconies. Snow felt not only in [...]

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23
Oct

UPD Silver Alert: French woman reconnected with her family

Posted by in Very Mix

UPDATE: The French who was found by the police wandering in Glyfada a couple of days ago, was reconnected with her family. According to a statement issued by Silver Alert, the reconnection was done with the aid of the French Consulate in Athens. The name of the woman is given [...]

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23
Oct

LOL Ex-Minister complains about cuts in MPs’ salaries and allowances

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Ex minister for Health and Nea Dimokratia MP Adonis Georgiadis complained about the cuts in MP’s pay and perks. “Greek MPs have suffered the biggest cuts in their salary and allowances than any other branch in the government,” he claimed adding “the salary cuts reached 60% and the parliamentary pensions [...]

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22
Oct

Athens Metro stuck in tunnel; passengers walk to next station using mobile-phones as flashlight

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Passengers of Athens Metro Line 2 experienced the blankest horror when the wagons stopped in an underground tunnel due to mechanical failure. The light in the wagons went off, with the passengers first waiting patiently. When time passed and nothing happened, panic broke among the dozens of people commuting to [...]

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22
Oct

Amphipolis: archaeologists discover missing Sphinx head

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One surprise follows the next: archaeologists discovered the head of one of the Sphinxes guarding the entrance of the ancient tomb in Amphipolis. The head made of marble was found in behind the wall after the third chamber in the inner of the tomb. The head is 0.60m high and [...]

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21
Oct

Amphipolis’ Kebab & Persephone’s Gyros: 4,000 vendors want to open souvlaki grills near the ancient tomb

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Funding the excavations and promoting the mysterious ancient tomb of Amphipolis, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras had an inner desire: to see the area blooming and attract thousands if not millions tourists every year.  Growth and development and revenues at full speed. And, indeed.  Samaras’ wish seems to come into fulfillment, [...]

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21
Oct

Death by Taxation: Greeks’ debts to tax office reach €70billion in September

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It is a never ending horror spiral of tax debts and tax collection in recession-, austerity- and overtaxation-hit Greece. While many taxpayers make arrangements with the state to pay old debts and do indeed pay the installments month in, month out,  they do not manage to pay their taxes for [...]

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