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Golden Dawn MP calls German FM Westerwelle “Mrs.”

Golden Dawn MP Ilias Panayiotaros called German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle “Mrs.”. During a speech in the Greek Parliament, Panayiotaros referred to the visit of finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and said he was not in charge of the German WWII reparations to Greece. Addressing the Parliament, Panayiotaros said: “The government …

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Skouries: Eldorado Gold announces delay in Greek and Romanian projects

Slowly and gradually it looks as if Canadian Eldorado Gold steps backs and reconsiders its plans of gold mining in Greece and Romania. Official justification is the sliding prices of gold.I don’t how if there were protesters in Romanian project, but things are expected to calm down in Halkidiki peninsula …

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Athens: Envelope with explosive device sent to Misdemeanors Prosecutor

An envelope containing an explosive device was sent to the prosecutor of Misdemeanors in Athens. Greek media report that the police carried out a controlled explosion. The envelope arrived at the office of the prosecutor on Wednesday noon. As sender the perpetrators had written the name of the Athens bar …

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Happy Birthday, Angela Merkel! Ave, Imperatrix, morituri te salutant! – Best wishes from Greece

German Chancellor Angela Merkel celebrates her 59. birthday. Angela Dorothea Merkel was born 17 July 1954 in Hamburg.  She grew up in Eastern Germany where her father served as a pastor in a socialist-communist country. She studied chemistry and was member in several East German youth organizations and institutions, among …

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EU commissioner calls for the Troika to be abolished

Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding called on Tuesday for the “troika” of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to be dissolved, Reuters reported. “The time of the troika is over,” Reding said in a text of the main messages she gave at a citizens΄ …

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