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Italian-Greek anarchists link in Rome parcel bombs?

One day after the parcel bomb sent to Greece’s embassy in Rome, Italian daily “Corriera de la Serra” publishes an excerpt of the proclamation that accompanied the explosive device. According to the  newspaper, the organization “Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI) – Revolutionary Cell Lambros Fountas” that claimed responsibility for the bomb claimed: “We …

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Economist Bofinger: Greece’s austerity plan unbearable – Eurobonds solutions

 ” Greeks will not endure the austerity program” predicts prominent economic advisor to the German government, professor Peter Bofinger, and indicates that  the euro-bonds could be the way to reward countries like Greece that struggle to relieve their debt. Bofinger, one of the 5 ‘wise men’ of the German economy, …

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Writing my New Year’s Resolutions… in Pictures

 I never write down resolutions for the New Year. That I do for one simple reason. I misplace the piece of paper and never find it again. I don’t even make a list in my head, because it is normally “quick thought and quick forgotten”. Of course, above all these tricks …

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Greece: Bailout repayment extension to 2020

There are 10 t0 12 hard years ahead. Greeks will be bound to the  € 110 billion bailout package until 2020-2022. And that only if  things will go smooth and Greek state shows commitment and capability to apply a strict control to its spending. Reading news like this, I prefer we …

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Greece: No flights strikes, Dec 29-30, 2010

There will be no problems with flights within Greece as the Civil Aviation employees have cancelled their 48h strike scheduled for December 29-30, 2010. The strike would have affected inland flights only. What??? You canceled your flight ticket and bought one for a ferry boat trip or a slow train? …

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Athens UPDATES! Public Transport Strikes, Jan 10

The new week starts with new stoppages in the public transport of Athens, driving passengers to a new round of  troubled and disturbed moving around in the Greek capital. Monday, January 10, 2011: Buses, Tram and Trolley will not operate from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Metro and Urban Train-HSAP will no …

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Greece: After Christmas Facts,Dec 28

I find it hard to start posting again after the two days Christmas break. This luck of “working” spirit has to do with the fact that there no breathtaking or even weird news to report from Greece. Ok, there are strikes/stoppages on Public transport again but that’s no new.  Unionists …

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