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Daily Archives: September 10, 2012

Santorini Volcano Magma is Swelling

 Our magma is swelling, our income is shrinking. These are Greek realities on Monday, September 10th 2012. Why our income is shrinking is very obvious and does not need surveys or experts to tells us why. But that the magma (the chamber of  liquid rock) under the Santorini volcano is swelling is …

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Sikiaridio Foundation for 250 Children with Special Needs Closes Down Due to Lack of State Funding

This is one of the cases of social groups living in Greece without the support of a strong lobby: seniors, poor, children with special needs. They suffer from the strict austerity and ‘die hard’ kicked out to the streets as foundations suffer from lack of funding and financial support from …

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Chrysi Avgi Raids On Street Vendors Shock And Spark Outcry

The raiding incidents against foreigners are shocking – especially when they are led by elected members of the Greek Parliament. Men in black raid the stands of foreign street vendors, no police is around to hinder them. They do it once, twice, a third time maybe… The incidents cause uproar, …

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Monday, Monday…

After a long weekend away, the week begins back home with lots of things to be fixed and solved… And lots of news to report about. The atmosphre is sunny and slightly windy. But down on earth, Greece boils for one more time: The Troika has rejected some of the expenses saving …

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