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Nov

Nothing but his mohawk hair… Naked protester joins students’ march in Athens

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Peacefully marched protesting students through downtown Athens, when suddenly a protester of special kind joined the crowd. Tall, well-built, barefoot and naked. The man wore a red mohawk hairstyle and two necklaces. He carried a couple of magazines that he occasionally held in front of his hanging protest banner. picture [...]

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26
Nov

Bribes Alert! Opposition MP claims, she was offered €3mln to vote for Greece’s next President

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Stavroula Xoulidou, a lawmaker from right-wing Independent Greeks party, claimed that she was offered 3 million euro to vote for Greece’s next President. Xoulidou made her claims during a late night show on Tuesday short after party president Panos Kammenos had claimed that there were attempts from the side of [...]

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26
Nov

Police arrests man who opened fire with AK47 at Piraeus bar

Posted by in Very Mix

In an operation apparently resembling CIS-tactics, Greek police caught the “killer” who opened fire with a Kalashnikov AK47 at a bar in Piraeus last in the early morning hours of Sunday. According to news websites and portals, strong police forces surrounded the apartment where the man of Albanian origin was [...]

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25
Nov

University Professor fired for trading “bribes” for “grades”, now seeks justice in ECHR

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The professors had a price list for the grades he could give to students who wanted to pass his class: 250 euro for grade “6”, 300 euro for an “8” and 400 euro for the top mark “10”.  It is not clear for how many years the professor at the [...]

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25
Nov

Greece’s general strike affects public transport, ferries, planes, Nov 27/2014

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Greece’s public and private sector unions ADEDY and GSEE will launch a 24-hour anti-austerity general strike on Thursday, November 27th 2014. The general strike is expected to paralyze the country as next to civis servants, also bank employees, and public transport workers as well as seamen and air traffic controllers [...]

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25
Nov

UPD Thessaloniki University Vice-Dean forced to resign after saying: “We in power should fascistize”

Posted by in Very Mix

Forever gone are the times when Greece was praised for being the cradle of democracy. In year 2014, it is the suppression, the violence and the authoritarian state and institutions that are been praised and thus by an academic (?) who teaches young people. Vice-Dean of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki [...]

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24
Nov

Lock-out for 140 unpaid journos & staff of daily “Eleftherotypia” after strike

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Who could ever think that Greece would lead in imposing measures that are normally known as neo-loberal? In times when the International Monetary Fund and the other kids of the Troika block want the lockout as austerity measure to tackle “unemployment” (lol), a private businessman imposed it in real Greek [...]

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24
Nov

ILO warns of prolonged social crisis in Greece

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International Labor Organization (ILO) warned on Monday, that Greece faces a prolonged social crisis unless action is taken.  In its report “Productive Jobs in Greece” released today, the ILO calls for additional measures to support jobs plus social protection and a stop to further wage cuts in the country. The [...]

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24
Nov

Troika, Greece to meet in Paris to negotiate stalled progress review

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Greek government officials will meet with representatives of the Troika-lenders in Paris tomorrow Tuesday. The meeting aims to break a deadlock that occurred after the Greek government refused to obey some of the Troika commandments and the Country’s lenders insisted. A Greek Finance Ministry statement said that Greece and its [...]

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24
Nov

Athens: Syrian refugees on hunger strike; four collapsed

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Two men and two women, one of them pregnant, collapsed on Monday, on the second day of their hunger strike outside the Greek Parliament in downtown Athens. All four have been transferred to public hospitals. Several men and women, refugees from civil war-hit Syria, closed their lips with tape and [...]

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