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Athens: Angry Mob Destroys Migrants’ Shops – One Migrant Stabbed

The district of Agios Panteleimon turned into a “battlefield” during the last days after the attack against a local hairdresser that sparked a storm of reactions by residents and provided opportunity to right-wing extremists to start violent actions against migrant vendors, with the pictures of the damages to remind one of …

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Athens: “Meat” the Greek National Opera Event, Free of Charge, Nov 4/2012

Opera in the meat market? Opera in the meat market! Members of the Greek National Opera will sing arias from several famous operas on Sunday evening at the meat & vegetables market “Varvakeio” in the middle of Athens historical centre. The performance will take place  at 8 o’clock in the evening on …

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Greek Taxis on 24h Rolling Strikes as of Nov 5/2012

Greece’s tax owners decided to launch 24-hour rolling strikes as of November 5th 2012. The decision was taken on Friday, after they realized that the austerity measures package contains also an article that ‘opens the alternative market of limousines and mini vans,” as taxi owners said in a statement. They claim that …

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Greek Air Traffic Controllers, 3h Work Stoppage, Nov 6/2012

Greek air traffic controllers decided to participate in the general strike with a 3-hour work stoppage on November 6th 2012. The work stoppage will take place from 10 o’clock in the morning until 1 o’clock noon, according to a statement by Greek Air Traffic Controllers’ Association. Flights are expected to …

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