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Anti-Israeli Protest in Athens

  Some 2.500 protesters gathered outside the Israeli Embassy in Athens. The demonstration ended in clashes between protesters and police. Protesters threw water bottles and cups full of coffee, stones and wooden sticks to the policemen, who answered with tear gas.

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latest news from state NET TV correpsondent Panos Xaritos According to information from Israeli Foreign Ministry – there are no Greeks among the dead or injured – Captain of Sfendoni is not reported as injured – 14 Greeks are to be deported from Israel – There is a group of …

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Kaan: Youngest Gaza Activist on Board of Mavi Marmara

Kaan Cetin is one year old. Kaan is on board of  Mavi Marmara together with his mother. His  father Ekrem is officer at Mavi Marmara  stormed by  Israeli army. there are no news about their fate…. DHA-story in Milliyet  & Hurriyet newspapers http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/gundem/14891959.asp?gid=373 http://www.milliyet.com.tr/geminin-en-kucuk-yolcusuna-ne-oldu-/turkiye/sondakika/31.05.2010/1244834/default.htm

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Greeks: Fed up with Scandals & Corruption!

Greeks: Fed up with Scandals and Corruption “They should go …@@@” The insult coming out of my neighbor’s lips is unprintable. Giwrgos has just put aside the Sunday newspaper. “Every day we read about a new scandal, today I see at least 5” he says as he grabs again the …

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Fall of Constantinople: History in 3D – Paronama 1453 –

PANORAMA 1453 – CONQUEST OF  CONSTANTINOPLE -HISTORY MUSEUM – ISTANBUL/TURKEY Strapping riders brandish threatening their words… Fatih the Conqueror surrounded by his men dressed in army uniforms, knight armors, long robes or workers cloths. Hundreds and Hundreds Ottoman Warrios in 3D  ready to conquer Constantinople with oversized cannons and climbing …

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Grace Jones: victim of Greek crisis?

  Grace Jones’s concert in Athens has been cancelled due to low ticket pre sales… The organizers, On Stage, see the reason for the low pre sales “under the weight of the economic crisis” (www.inews.gr). The Tiger woman from Jamaica was to perform on June 15, at Lycabetus Theater. Ticket …

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Tolis Voskopoulos: P(e)ace Maker to Tax Office?

photo corfupress Tolis Voskopoulos has undergone a pacemaker surgery at the Naval Hospital in Athens this morning after hospitalized with chest pain. According to www.corfupress.com, the popular singer, has been facing chronic problems with his heart, suffering from atrial fiblillation. Wednesday night Voskopoulos was urged to the hospital after he …

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“Rocco” is Here to Stay….

Tasos Mantelis, ex Greek Minister ‘sponshored’ by SIEMENS, has not left for Azerbaijan, where he works as  Chief  Advisor at the TACIS Project. Tasos Mantelis is among us.  I just saw him on ALTER TV. He said he will stay in Greece. But even  if he would like to leave , this …

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wwww.corruption.gr – Important VIDEO below

If it is not a “communication trick” … then it is serious … because it is official. The Greek Ministry of Finance released a statement yesterday stating that according to a preliminary investigation, 70 employees to the Ministry have an average of real estate holdings worth of  €1,2 million, while …

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Greece:Pension Reform Bill-Shocking Changes on the Way

Five new changes in Pension Reform Bill are required by the EU/ECB/IMF-troika, currently in Athens for consultation with the Minister of Labor. Speaking yesterday morning in ANT1 (the TV show “Good Morning Greece), Labor Minister Andreas Loverdos said that the troika, fearing a possible collapse of the Pensions/Insurance Institutions, calls …

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Minister Tzakri is cleared!

  Theodora Tzakri is cleared from the accusations of Apokalypseis – newspaper that she had intervened for the employment of her realtives at the Pella Museum. Tzakri, Deputy Minister of Interior, Decentralisation & e-Government is innocent, says the investigation report of the Greek Ministry of Culture.

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Malkovich in Athens: The Infernal Ticket Prices!

The Infernal Comedy Confessions of a serial killer  Audience’s darling, actor John Malkovich is performing tonight in Athens the serial killer “Jack” accompanied by the Vienna Orchestra playing from music works of Vivaldi, Boccherini, Mozart, Gluck, Haydn and Weber.  “The Infernal Comedy” is a stage-play for a Baroque-Orchestra, two Sopranos …

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Alkaios in Eurovision: OPA! I am speechless!

Greece: Giorgos Alkaios & Friends OPA! EUROVISION 2010 – With OPA explanation! Giorgos Alkaios & Friends will perform their OPA!*** in Oslo tonight. The Telenor Arena will open for the first Semi-Final of the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest. This morning I watched the OPA-Video for the first time. I started …

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“Census” of Greek Civil Servants!

  Radical changes in Public Administration –  Greek Civil Servants to be registered Greek Civil Servants are kindly invited or forcefully ordered to register at the Finance Ministry and enter their personal & working data in electronic form until July 15, 2010. This registration will make it able for Civil …

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BILD-newspaper is relieved! Hopes for cancellation of the Greeks’ Loan!

XANAX: YOUR DRUG AGAINST ANXIETY ! —————————————————— For months newspaper BILD-Zeitung has been living in hell and agony, anxiety and stress. The German daily has been fiercly  opposing  any loan to the ‘bankrupt-Greeks” and their “bankrupt-Prime Minister“as it loves to call the modern Hellenes.  Deeply devoted to a Anti-Greeks smear campaign, …

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“Turkish Angels” to Aid Debt-Driven Greeks!

story contributed by Blog-Fan “A.G.” ————————————————————————- Are you one of the million Greeks hit by the economic crisis? Are you unable to pay back your loan? Are you threatened by unemployment? Are you uncertain about your future? No need to worry anymore! “Turkish Angels”  have  opened their wings and I …

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We write Greek NEPOTISM in Capitals

We write Greek NEPOTISM in Capitals Nepotism – the favoritism granted to relatives and friends regardless of their merits – has been a common practice in Greece. It has been tolerated by a large percentage of the population for ages, since it provided people with guaranteed income and politicians with …

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