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Daily Archives: January 24, 2012

Filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos’ Tragic Death Curcumstances

 Greece’s most famous film director Thodoros Angelopoulos passed away during a surgery after he was  hit and seriously injured  by a motorcycle on Tuesday evening. He had severe head injuries and multiple fractures all over his body. Theodoros Angelopoulos   made his first short film in 1968 and in the 1970s he …

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Olli Rehn: Greece’s Political Parties Need To Write Commitment For 2nd Bailout

Greek political parties need to provide clear commitments before a second bailout can be offered to the country, Olli Rehn, European Commissioner in charge of economic and monetary affairs, told reporters Tuesday.    O. Rehn Gazing at  the Greek Commitment “The political party leaders are expected to commit to the …

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IMF: Kill Greece’s Private Sector in 9 Steps

Master Mind Bob Traa, a Dutch,  is the permanent representative of the International Monetary Fund in Athens. He put down in a memo the 9 steps-measures that he has in mind apparently in order to increase competitiveness and provide economic growth in debt- and recession-ridden Greece. For these reason workers …

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UPD: Famous Greek Journalist Detained for Tax Evasion

UPD: The trial has been set for May 2012, as the journalist told the court that he had already paid one installment of 15,000 euro. Further he said that the day he was detained he had visited the local tax office to arrange a regulation of his debt. ( Veteran journalist …

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